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    To determine if there is a cylinder that is running cooler than the others, indicating a mis-fire.
    If you have a FCE, consider calling IVAN. I understand that he may give you a credit towards a RE-FLASH on your ECU.
    This is by far the best mod that I have done.

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    Problem is I am in the UK lol. It's Ok, I know how to deal with it, it's only a problem when I eventually come to sell it..

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    IVAN ships.
    Why live with something that is wrong?

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    Would a re-flash affect the custom mapping I have on my PC3?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuuk1 View Post
    Would a re-flash affect the custom mapping I have on my PC3?
    Yes, but the map you will be provided is awesome!
    A.K.A. Mike

    2007 Yamaha FZ1 - Raven
    2005 GasGas EC300 (with plate)
    2004 GasGas Pampera 280 (hers)

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    Quote Originally Posted by loosenut View Post
    Yes, but the map you will be provided is awesome!
    Well, its been a long time since an update...

    I still have the bike and I still get that same fault code, however I have after many years of not a lot of riding, sussed how to manage it. Basically, starting from cold, 80% of the time the code 20 will appear and idle is a little rough. All I need to do is wait until temp reaches 101 degrees and the fan kicks in. Turn off, turn back on, and its gone all the time the bike is warm.

    I did contact IVAN and the great guy sent me a few old units that he had from part exchangers for the ECU flash. The exchanged item worked for a few months and the fault came back.

    Long story short, it has to be a fault of the FCE (although I haven't tried it without...). The bike only throws the fault when its cold and once it reaches the correct temp and the fan kicks in, its gone. All those reading in to the pressure sensors etc I think you are headed down a wrong path in the way that the bike is just getting confused with all the 3rd party kit attached.

    Its almost summer here in the UK, happy riding!



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