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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-03-2018, 09:54 PM Thread Starter
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so I managed to print out most of the manual but not the section covering the ECU. where is the ecu located and what are the basic steps to remove? thx in advance for input.
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so I managed to print out most of the manual but not the section covering the ECU. where is the ecu located and what are the basic steps to remove? thx in advance for input.
I'm curious why you would want to remove the ECU?
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Possibly to send it in the tuning service eisen mentioned in one of his posts.
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-05-2018, 10:20 AM Thread Starter
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Hilltop Motorcycle. May wait until I do something about the air flow, as well. Not a fan of piggyback solutions. Wish Dynojet made their PowerVision compatible with Triumph's Keihin ECU.
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Not sure if it helps here as there isn't a parts breakdown for the Bobber but WOT here Has the T120 which should list the ECU and give an indication of its location. I am guessing its under the tank.
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Thanks. I thought it might be under the tank, but noooooooo.....it's sitting in front of the rear fender. Removing is a hot mess. Have to take the tire, fender, and swingarm off to get to it. This project just moved down my priority list. Good news is that Hilltop is in the process of setting up a US distributor, so this could be a solution.
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