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Offline m0ng00se

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KTM 690 Mapping
« on: May 24, 2012, 01:38:46 am »
Hi Guys,

Can anyone tell me what maps the KTM 690 uses in SA ?

I have a 690 in SA with the Akra pipe, which is ok, idle a bit erratic, not stalled on me yet, but recently bought one in the UK as well, also with an Akra pipe and I suffered from daily stalls on my commute.

I bought an Evo 1 Airbox Lid from my local KTM dealer and flashed my ECU with these maps: KM765EU11B0232FI, KM765EU11B0232EP. What a difference, idle is constant, sound is so much better and I feel more power, especially low down, totally a different bike. I can not get it to stall since and it puts a smile on my face everytime I ride it, so much fun ;)

When I go back to SA for a visit, I would like to take do the same with my 690 there, fit the Evo 1 airbox lid and also flash the ECU, but I am not sure if the bikes in SA uses the same maps, i.e. KM765EU which I assume is for Europe ?

Anyone with a KTM cable and TuneECU willing to have a look for me ? :)
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Offline Blender

Re: KTM 690 Mapping
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2012, 02:06:20 pm »
Hey man,

I've done exactly the same as you. Mine is a '09 model.

I've got the wings exhaust, EVO1 lid and loaded a slightly modified KM765EU0804001 map.  :deal:
Basically just added a little more kick down low and maxxed it out at the top end on the performance map setting.  :thumleft:

Like yours, the 690 is now a different beast!  ;D
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Offline m0ng00se

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Re: KTM 690 Mapping
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2012, 04:34:15 pm »
Thanks dude ...

I will load the same maps then as what I did with the bike here in the UK. It is definitely a different beast, love it :)
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