Discussion in '610/630' started by DYNOBOB, Aug 16, 2014.
great job ! thanks a lot
Did you use the Vagcom cable that was recommended in this thread? If not that is why it didn't work and not your rotten luck.
What is the difference between fb. and Co. In ibeat tool bar? Do they do the same setting?
FB is the "trims" the O2 sensor will do over time. We only want to adjust CO.
Does anyone happen to have an old o2/lambda sensor I could borrow? I would really like to see if reinstalling it and messing with it would allow me to access the co settings that are currently greyed out.
I can only get fb tab to open, how can I get Co tab to open?
You need to have the lambda/o2 sensors removed and power up kit installed in order to be able to adjust CO. With the lambda installed and no power up only fb will be accessible.
It appears that some people can't open CO even when they should be able to. I've seen it on a '09 610 and others have on 630s. No one has been able to explain it as far as I know.
I never removed the O2 sensor and I adjusted the FB to 100/105/115 and it improved a lot! The throttle response is much smoother and I think it pulls harder. So my question is, did I do anything wrong or its more or less the same as adjusting the CO?
I figured it out must have right resistor 2.2kohms to get Co. to open. I had 3.0kohms resistor will not work
^^^^^^^^^^^ If that's the key, there are going to be some happy people.
Not sure anyone can answer this as you're in uncharted waters there. I know that the FB numbers are "averages" built over time of how the o2 is adjusting. The ecu is applying this historical info to the base map I suppose. It could be another way of getting to the same adjustments? Find a dyno and see what your curve/output looks like to know for sure.
For the record, the change was sudden, as soon i adjusted the FB the engine behaved better. The most significant change is the lack of stutter at around 3500 rpms and it's more lively at higher rpms. My mileage is around 4 litres/100km or 58 MPG. Im pretty sure I wont get near any dyno in the near future, so I have to rely on my feelings. But to be sure I will check my spark plug, because it was white-ish before, indicating that it was running lean.
I have a cable for sale in the classifieds if anyone is looking for one.
That's what I used and it didn't make a difference the CO on my 610 is still greyed out. Does anyone happen to have a lambda lying around in a parts bin? From my research I beleive that may be the problem and would like to borrow one and see if I can get into the FB or CO adjustments. I can PayPal you shipping fees and or send you a home brew power up Kit if you want one.
I have an 08 TE450 and the CO is greyed out as well. I have a JD tuner on it. I have the O2 sensor, I think I'll reinstall it and see if the CO activates. I'll let you know if it helps. I could send you the O2 sensor if it works for me.
UPDATE: I installed the O2 sensor and the CO is still greyed out.
Thanks for the offer but Cjbrown offered me his lambda/o2 sensor and I already picked it up. Maddog are you using the Semco cable or the Vagcom cable? Has anyone been able to adjust co with the Vagcom cable? I am wondering if the Vagcom cable is missing part of the communication protocol and unable to adjust co.
I recently bought a sms630, o2 sensor eliminated, aftermarket exhausts and the ecu is been set to the "race" mode by Husqvarna dealer, still wise to get the Ibeat?
You absolutely need to add fuel for high rpm/high load situations. The ways to do it are well covered here. Enjoy the new bike!