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PostSubject: Re: Map for the factory can   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Wed 03 Dec 2014, 12:30

Brraaaack!!
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PostSubject: Re: Map for the factory can   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Mon 08 Dec 2014, 07:09

garyclem wrote:


future GRiSO restorers will be scouring the planet looking for original mufflers and everything else that current owners have removed and misplaced or binned. FWIW, in my NSHO, I reckon that a GRiSO muffler will be worth a few "bob" in years to come.


I agree. I believe that the true value of a motorcycle, (car, boat, whatever) especially if it is considered to be rare or collectible, which it ain't, (at least not yet) is considerably more when it is in original stock condition. Butt ugly as it is, your estate will see a few more dollars (Pounds, Lira, whatever) after you've croaked and your loving family is busy selling off your prized Italian steed if you've been diligent and kept that stock muffler... Pricks.
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PostSubject: Re: Map for the factory can   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Mon 08 Dec 2014, 21:57

Braaaack indeed Mark. I near pissed myself when I saw that!
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PostSubject: Re: Map for the factory can   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Thu 18 Dec 2014, 05:42

dearest Beetle, whats gonna happen if and when I disconnect the battery to replace it with a new one ........... 'cause I will have to sooner rather than later. I think I remember you saying something is going to default back to the factory setting. (CO or fuel trim or some other fancy pants nerdspeak dooveywhat ????) Is disconnecting the battery going to fuck my beautiful new map? I love my new map I love you
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PostSubject: Re: Map for the factory can   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Thu 18 Dec 2014, 06:21

Nups. All is right with the world.

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PostSubject: Re: Map for the factory can   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Thu 18 Dec 2014, 06:38

Nah, lambda is off so once the adjustable parameters are re-set after upload the system no longer tries to trim the fuel. This means you can swap any component you like near enough and run naked around the streets of Sydney and the bike will keep behaving itself.

If you do choose to run naked around the streets of Sydney please let us know so we can ride down and have a laugh.

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PostSubject: Re: Map for the factory can   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Thu 18 Dec 2014, 06:39

beetle wrote:
Nups. All is right with the world.
thanks Mark, I'm gonna have to drink less and ride more. BTW, I hear Santa is using one of your maps this Christmas just so he can get home in time to help Mrs Claus have a very special time on Christmas Day ....... no surprises there. Merry Christmas Mark ............ and many thanks also on behalf of the many here in the Ghetto who have benefited from all your hard work ........... you have done a wonderful thing(s).

and Merry Christmas also to all you other fuck ups ..........
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PostSubject: Re: Map for the factory can   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Thu 18 Dec 2014, 07:04

Pete Roper wrote:
Nah, lambda is off so once the adjustable parameters are re-set after upload the system no longer tries to trim the fuel. This means you can swap any component you like near enough and run naked around the streets of Sydney and the bike will keep behaving itself.

If you do choose to run naked around the streets of Sydney please let us know so we can ride down and have a laugh.

Pete

Pete ........... yeah exactly what I was thinkin (not) and many thanks. Although you are obviously a very tormented individual. But what the heck, in Sydney nobody would notice.
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PostSubject: Stock map update   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Sun 11 Jan 2015, 17:22

I thought I might add my feedback on the stock exhaust Map that Beetle sent me just before Christmas,  As the weather was a bit shitty at the time I didn't get much of a chance to give her a good spanking!!

Well since then we have got some fairly ok weather and I had a few good spins in coldish but dry conditions and the bike is running brilliantly cheers

She is pulling like a train and is smooth in every gear and especially very smooth at low speed town riding without the snatchiness that the stock map has in this area. I also drove the living shit out of it on our badly surfaced twisties and she handled great with the engine pulling fantastically bounce

Thanks again Beetle, much appreciated Thumbs Up

As for the stock exhaust, I keep thinking when I have the shillings I might change it, but when I look at it from behind I think its CLASS, and it sounds good too, like the look of the termignoni as well scratch
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PostSubject: Re: Map for the factory can   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Tue 13 Jan 2015, 01:21

ordered the cables that are necessary to be able to run GuzziDiag last week, been reading up on how to use it and it sounds like I will be bugging Beetle for the stock can map while I figure out which aftermarket muffler to buy Very Happy  thanks in advance, im getting excited and antsy at the same time, come on cables!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Map for the factory can   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Sun 18 Jan 2015, 08:36

Got my second cable today and loaded up Beetle's map. Took it for a good ride and I'm very pleased with the results. Fuel economy jumped up by 4 mpg. No more snatchy throttle around town and the motor runs smoother accross the entire range. It even idles smoother with no adjustment to CO trim needed. Gone is the shaking in the bar at idle.
Would have done it long ago if I knew it was so easy.
Another GRiSO made better.
A million thanks Beetle! cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Map for the factory can   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Sun 18 Jan 2015, 09:29

It's what he does and he's good at it. Very good. And you won't be spun a line or be baffled with bullshit.

Pete
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PostSubject: Re: Map for the factory can   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Sun 18 Jan 2015, 10:49

No bullshit? I can baloney as much as the next guy! Suspect cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Map for the factory can   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Sun 12 Feb 2023, 10:17

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garyklem wrote:
Jest kilka powodów, dla których wolę tłumik „sygnowany” i lubię go. 

1: .......... lata szumu wiatru i głośnych wydechów podczas długich podróży całkiem dobrze zrujnowały mój słuch i chociaż od dłuższego czasu używam spersonalizowanych ochronników słuchu, szkody są wyrządzone. Standardowy tłumik faktycznie ma ładny, choć stonowany dźwięk i jeśli nic więcej to z pewnością unikalny identyfikator GRiSO. 

2: ........ w dużej mierze uważam, że firma MG wykonała całkiem niezłą robotę, spełniając różne wymagania dotyczące zgodności układu wydechowego i zasady projektowe na rynku międzynarodowym, o czym świadczy wielu, którzy przyznają, że motocykl z pewnością lepiej działa z kilka martwych DB i odpowiednia długość rury wydechowej / tłumika. 

3: .........po renowacji kilku motocykli w ciągu ostatnich 5 lat wiem, że za 15+ lat lub dłużej przyszli restauratorzy GRiSO będą przeszukiwać planetę w poszukiwaniu oryginalnych tłumików i wszystkiego, co obecni właściciele usunęli i zgubili lub wyrzucili do kosza. FWIW, w moim NSHO, liczę, że tłumik GRiSO będzie wart kilka „bobów” w nadchodzących latach.

4: ......... o ile nie jesteś zawodnikiem Moto3, oszczędzanie wagi jest nieco iluzoryczne podczas prawdziwej jazdy, szczególnie jeśli jeździec ma nadwagę, tak jak ja. Mógłbym prawdopodobnie stracić 10 kg, na przykład, zmniejszając ilość bourbona, który wypijam codziennie, a żyłbym dłużej i zaoszczędziłbym 800 USD + kupując alternatywę na rynku wtórnym.

…przepraszam, jeśli brzmię jak pretensjonalny stary skurwysyn „wiem wszystko”, ale „potwór z burbona”
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PostSubject: Re: Map for the factory can   Map for the factory can - Page 2 Icon_minitime1Sun 12 Feb 2023, 17:18

Wow ......... this is a blast from the past. And my utterances have never been translated into Polish before (except by the bourbon monster). BTW I have very recently put the signature 'trombone' back on my bike and its just as beautiful as it ever was. Just gotta get my map fiddled with when next in Roperville.
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