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TigerTool Help - Access to a Tiger 900 needed

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T800XC:
I'm fixing a couple of known bugs / issues in TigerTool V3.0, but for one of them I need access to a Tiger 900.

The first bug also existed in V2.5 but I didn't realise what it it was until I noticed that Triumph have changed where in the ECU's memory they store the tune reference number. I have this one sorted now.

The second bug is that TigerTool can't read the DTCs from the ECU on the 900s because it appears that Triumph may have changed the location for that too.

Ideally I need to get access to a local (Devon) Tiger 900 for maybe an hour with my laptop to figure this out. Any Tiger 900 owners around these parts got an hour free?

Thripster:
Hi Rich,

In addition to my PM, here are the screen dumps (couldn't do this using PM as 'Upload Images' icon not present).









Regards


Neil

T800XC:
Thanks for the images.  :028:

For anyone else looking, you'll notice that the tune number now reads correctly and 'Tune2' has been replaced with 'Cal / Build' to more accurately describe the data.

Once the 900's DTC bug has been fixed I'll issue a proper updated version instead of the development version that's shown.

T800XC:
Originally Posted by T800XC I'm fixing a couple of known bugs / issues in TigerTool V3.0, but for one of them I need access to a Tiger 900.

The first bug also existed in V2.5 but I didn't realise what it it was until I noticed that Triumph have changed where in the ECU's memory they store the tune reference number. I have this one sorted now.

The second bug is that TigerTool can't read the DTCs from the ECU on the 900s because it appears that Triumph may have changed the location for that too.

Ideally I need to get access to a local (Devon) Tiger 900 for maybe an hour with my laptop to figure this out. Any Tiger 900 owners around these parts got an hour free?

Just bumping this one up as I'm still looking for access to a 900 to fix the DTC reading bug.

Thripster:
I feel for you Tiger800XC..........come on guys and gals........ let's try and help somebody who has spent a lot of time helping us. I would gladly loan my bike if it were a 900.

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