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Thread: please read this before installing a PC3 or updating your ECU

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    Use bigger rear sprocket and small on the front

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodrigo Tizotti View Post
    So I just bought a 2004 RSV1000R and it came with Akrapovic exhaust. The bike runs really rough in low RPM's, what can I do to make it run better in the city traffic??? Thanks
    Do a search on "Balancing the Throttlebodies" this may help your low speed running.

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    I have just bought a PCV for my RSV.
    I have gone on line to Dynojets map page and found that they have a PCV map for the Touno that ,atchs my RSV specs (MIV cans, K and N filter, Map 2 installed).
    My question ...... The store I bought it from (In the US - I'm in AUST) said they couldn't load any map onto it as the US maps wont work on NON US bikes ??????
    From everything I have read in here about PCVs, unless a bike is "restricted", there should be no drama in using any maps ?????

    Don't worry tune Nazis (LOL), It's getting a custom tune. I want to be able to compare the DL map and custom map on the dyno...
    Last edited by luvdatits550; 05-24-2016 at 06:33 AM.

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    Quick question ~

    ``````If you don’t do this, the ECU will sense the modified A/F ratio (via Lambda probe) and attempt to lean it back out.````````
    What Powercommander will do when stock ECU tries to lean it back out? Just let it lean it back?
    I thought PC can overide the stock ECU no??

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    Hello Amauri

    Is the Info in the first post still valid?

    The latest AXONE software currently available is 7.0.1 and includes all the maps listed bellow:

    I thougth 7.0.5 is the latest AXONE Software??

    Are there any Map updates for the RR and RR Tuono?

    Regards René

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    just another Aprilia fanatic amauri's Avatar
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    There hasn't been a software update for the RSVR Gen2 in ten years.
    Aprila stopped developing the bike in 2006 and has moved on.
    AXONE 7.0.5 was the last update Aprilia released prior to switching to the Navigator.
    As I recall, AXONE 5.1.8 was the last update that applies to the Gen2 bikes, all updates after that were intended for other models.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amauri View Post
    There hasn't been a software update for the RSVR Gen2 in ten years.
    Aprila stopped developing the bike in 2006 and has moved on.
    AXONE 7.0.5 was the last update Aprilia released prior to switching to the Navigator.
    As I recall, AXONE 5.1.8 was the last update that applies to the Gen2 bikes, all updates after that were intended for other models.
    Perfect info as always!

    Mille Grazie Amauri

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    Which models of motorcycles support the latest Axone 2000 update? I can buy Axone and I can find out more information. Is there a manual for Axon anywhere?

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