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ECU and Fuel Injection / Re: Bike stalling on downshift.
« Last post by Timbox2 on January 20, 2018, 06:16:21 PM »
Ah ok, yeah think my first 955 needed a shim or two around 40k. I had all sorts of issues with the stepper on that 955, not helped in the end by me trying to service it and the thing going ping all round the garage, bought a new one in the end and troubles over, not cheap but could be worse about £60 from memory

The symptoms on that bike was it would start up from cold no problem, then pretty much as soon as I touched the throttle the idle would drop through the floor
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ECU and Fuel Injection / Re: Bike stalling on downshift.
« Last post by CaptureTheBeer on January 20, 2018, 09:50:12 AM »
Well, I decided discretion was the better part of valour and left the valve shims as is for the moment.  I'll change them next time I'm on leave. 

The bike has just over 53000 miles on the clock.  That rubber gasket for the IACV has seen better days, I'll seal it up with rtv while a order a replacement.

I started balancing the throttle bodies and was having some difficulty, putting a wee bit of atf through number 1 cylinder and making more than a little smoke.  I was able to get them reasonably balanced, but the homemade manometer did froth a bit.  I think I'll order a carbitune just to make sure I get it right.

I saved the old map and loaded 10121 into the ECU.  However I wasn't able to drop the IACV setting to 35 and force an adaption. The bike kept stalling due to low rpm.

I may try again tomorrow taking smaller steps down from 119 and try an adaption at each step.

Anyway it's time for a drink  :occasion14.

Cheers Dan
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ECU and Fuel Injection / Re: Bike stalling on downshift.
« Last post by Timbox2 on January 19, 2018, 03:17:13 PM »
Your not the first to come across this with cam cap bolts, a brand new quality TX bit at exactly 90 degrees is the only chance, and even then................

How many miles she done?

Oh yeah, dont loose the little rubber gasket for the stepper valve, in your climate that could get nasty
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ECU and Fuel Injection / Re: Bike stalling on downshift.
« Last post by CaptureTheBeer on January 19, 2018, 01:22:08 PM »
Well today I went deep down the rabbit hole.

Because I had the tank and airbox off I decided to lift the valve cover and check the shim clearences. Well the exhaust shims all checked out however three intake clearences are between 0.06mm and 0.07mm. So I thought I'd whip the intake cam out measure the shims and get new ones tomorrow morning from the local triumph shop.  I followed the haynes book of lies, removed the chain tensioner and guide, and started to undo the camshaft bolts, two stripped torx heads later I'm calling it a night and grabbing a drink :BangHead.

I'm weighing up using an easy out tomorrow on the bolts (noting they're still torqued down) vs reassembling the lot and ordering mustangs shim tool.  I'll probably do the later as I've only got two weeks of riding  left before April.

Cheers Dan
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ECU and Fuel Injection / Bike stalling on downshift.
« Last post by CaptureTheBeer on January 18, 2018, 11:56:52 AM »
 G'day all,

My 2003 Girly has as intermittent habit of stalling on downshift when warm.  It doesn't happen all the time but it's starting to get annoying.  Not forgetting some surging between 2.5-3.5krpm.

So now that I've got a obd2 cable I decided to have a look on TuneECU.

The TuneECU indicates the bike has a 10120 map loaded, the long-term trim looks okay at 4.5% but the IACV stepper is at 117 which seems somewhat high😁.

I have a feeling this Saturday morning is going to be spent  balancing the throttle bodies, replacing vacuum lines and blowing in a fresh map.
Should I go the TOR or stick with the 10120? She's running a stock pipe but kn air filter.

Cheers Dan
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Speaking Of Bikes... / Main picture
« Last post by tonytiger on January 10, 2018, 09:02:59 AM »
Nice British racing green Steamer
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Tiger Gallery / Re: '93 Caspian Blue
« Last post by Sin_Tiger on January 09, 2018, 08:15:41 PM »
The coloured casing covers on my hack are holding on better than a few black ones a lot younger.

I heard a story that it was the German importer who conviced Triumph that local owners wanted them, not for long it would seem.
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Chassis & Suspension / Re: Fork Springs?
« Last post by CaptureTheBeer on January 09, 2018, 11:05:31 AM »
More time spent looking for ways to spend future money resulted in two more reasonably priced options for the rear shock.

YSS shock at $375 https://www.wrs.sm/en/shock-absorbers/147695-adjustable-yss-shock-absorber-triumph-tiger-955i-01-06.html

And a HyperPro TR09-0AC at $565 https://www.wrs.sm/en/shock-absorbers/125900-rear-shock-2-reg-hyperpro-triumph-tiger-955i-01-03.html

Whilst neither has a remote preload adjuster I can probably make do with a C spanner and gloves.

The HyperPro is pretty close in price to the Hagon so it'll most likely be between those two.

The YSS troubles me as the manufacturer doesn't list the Tiger 955i in any of its fitment guides and I can't find another supplier to crosscheck.
Edit: Searching a little harder did turn up YSS Thailand with a listing for the Girly. I just needed to Google better. Model number is MZ456-370TRL-11
Well it's all a future me problem anyway (that guy is screwed).

Cheers Dan
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Tiger Gallery / Re: '93 Caspian Blue
« Last post by threepot on January 09, 2018, 07:39:00 AM »
I think the 'peeling' paint issue is due to salt,and wet/damp conditions? All my bikes have been effected. Not so bad on my Daytona due to the fairing. Some BMW's suffer same?
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Tiger Gallery / Re: '93 Caspian Blue
« Last post by 93TigerBill-2016 on January 08, 2018, 09:21:24 PM »
Just noticed 132,000 Km, so not a low mileage bike either, but I suppose thats the Aussie climate for ya. According to my Hinkley Bible,  Triumph went back to black covers the next model year (94), as they couldnt get the paint to stick properly, seems like they got it to stick to that one ok.
Thx TomBox2, my 'research' showed the same, colour only on the '93's. I've only seen one other in Oz, a Red one, and in both instances, the paint adhesion is fine, although I'm careful not to be too aggressive on cleaning.
There's a fair few of the '93 Tigers in Germany apparently, a mate travels back there every two years, and notices them. Seems they sold in Germany before the UK, regs on plastic tanks it seems.
Regards, Bill
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