I want to update my ECU mapping on my motorcycle to the latest one supplied by the manufacturer, but I'd also like to see what changed before doing so. I downloaded what was on the bike ECU and also got the latest release from the TuneECU website. I opened both with TuneECU individually and also in compare mode, but I can't see any difference, yet they have different versions in the meta-information and different file sizes. I'm not experienced with the TuneECU software, so it's also possible I'm using it wrong.

The F1 Table in both of them looks like this: enter image description here

Can anyone please explain how to read a map and which of the tables are used when? And is there any difference between the two maps?

  • On board - map version 20630
  • Latest - map version 20654

Vehicle: Triumph Tiger 800, standard exhaust, no ABS

Latest Triumph Maps.

I also put both the maps I'm trying to compare in Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/r0pmhwz4c0a6vhe/Tiger-OnBoard-Map-20630Map.hex?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/yg9yr6pyiz9p7ja/20654Map.hex?dl=0

  • Did you have a read on the TuneECU website? – JoErNanO May 13 '16 at 11:41
  • @JoErNanO Yes. I'm doing the F6 to compare and don't see any difference between the maps. I took another map (for the Arrow silencer) and for that one I see lots of differences. Or are you referring to something else that I may have missed? I'm starting to believe Triumph just bumped the version number and didn't change anything on the map. – Alin Purcaru May 13 '16 at 13:26
  • they could have very well done that. :) – JoErNanO May 13 '16 at 15:44
  • @AlinPurcaru Good question. I wish I had the answer. I tried the dropbox links but nothing came up. – DucatiKiller Sep 14 '16 at 21:16
  • @DucatiKiller Nothing came up as in you couldn't download the maps, or you downloaded them and you didn't see the any differences. – Alin Purcaru Sep 15 '16 at 7:59

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