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nicdaddy




PostSubject: replace muffler   Tue Oct 06, 2015 2:07 pm

Goodmorning everyone,
I am a happy owner of a WR250R 2008.
The only change I made to my bike and 'to replace the original muffler with a yoshimura. I left the servant to have no errors on the control unit and all operating normally.
I was advised to change a value of the unit after replacing the muffler, to you is ?? if you know tell me how to do ??
Sorry for my English, but I write in Italian supported by google ...
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Jens Eskildsen




PostSubject: Re: replace muffler   Tue Oct 06, 2015 3:10 pm

You can give the bike more fuel in the bottom of the powerband, by adjusting the CO level.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q98ARDWEnUY
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nicdaddy




PostSubject: Re: replace muffler   Tue Oct 06, 2015 4:01 pm

Jens Eskildsen wrote:
You can give the bike more fuel in the bottom of the powerband, by adjusting the CO level.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q98ARDWEnUY

Excuse me but I do not understand the values from the video ..
can you explain step by step ..
Be patient
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Jens Eskildsen




PostSubject: Re: replace muffler   Tue Oct 06, 2015 4:17 pm

1: Hold down the top and the left button.
2: Turn key on, while holding down the buttons.
3: After 5 seconds, the display changes to "Diag"
4: Stop holding down the buttons
5: Push the top button
6: Display changes to "CO"
7: Hold down both buttons again.
8: Display changes to "0 C1"
9: Stop holding down the buttons
10: Hold down both buttons again.
11: Display changes again, showing "0 C1" and then a number in the bottom. This number in the bottom is the CO setting.
12: Stop holding down the buttons
13: The number can be changed up and down by using the buttons. The higher the number, the more gas it gets.

I think mine is set at around 6. In the video its set at 14. Try it and see what settings feels best. Remember to test with a warm bike.

You can adjust it while the bike is turned on, when you shut the bike of, it saves it all, and you have to start by step 1 if you want to change it again.


Hope it helps.
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nicdaddy




PostSubject: Re: replace muffler   Tue Oct 06, 2015 4:27 pm

Jens Eskildsen wrote:
1: Hold down the top and the left button.
2: Turn key on, while holding down the buttons.
3: After 5 seconds, the display changes to "Diag"
4: Stop holding down the buttons
5: Push the top button
6: Display changes to "CO"
7: Hold down both buttons again.
8: Display changes to "0 C1"
9: Stop holding down the buttons
10: Hold down both buttons again.
11: Display changes again, showing "0 C1" and then a number in the bottom. This number in the bottom is the CO setting.
12: Stop holding down the buttons
13: The number can be changed up and down by using the buttons. The higher the number, the more gas it gets.

I think mine is set at around 6. In the video its set at 14. Try it and see what settings feels best. Remember to test with a warm bike.

You can adjust it while the bike is turned on, when you shut the bike of, it saves it all, and you have to start by step 1 if you want to change it again.


Hope it helps.


thanks for your patience
therefore, it should not be set to an absolute value ??
from what I can understand that, and 'set the optimal value?
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Jens Eskildsen




PostSubject: Re: replace muffler   Thu Oct 08, 2015 4:42 pm

Hi, the number is different from bike to bike, so not all are the same.

But most people need to get in between 0-10
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