Discussion in '610/630' started by DYNOBOB, Aug 16, 2014.
I'm curious if anyone using the vagcom cable has been able to adjust CO.
No one here using the vagcom cable that has been able to adjust co settings?
Raaron, I just made a cable using Vag-Com and it worker well. Here is a list of parts I used:
I cut the male to female extension cable in half and used the female end.
So the dealer added some fuel in the higher rpm's/load situations, it pulls much harder now, goes faster, is more fun... But I think it's not perfectly tuned yet, I've still got some issues: In the past few days, it's really hard to start the bike, I've got to try several times, the cold start lever doesn't help much.
And it sometimes just stalls, I think when pulling the clutch, I've read about this but not sure what to do. Any help here? (maybe getting a tuner with ibeat?)
Thanks Special Ed65! I just ordered the same bits from Amazon to make my own. Were there any special wiring diagrams you followed for the 6-pin connector?
Just got my Amazon special cable and wired it up using @millenium7 3-wire instructions. Works great!
A couple notes:
You don't really need the OBD2 Male to Female Extension, you can just wire it in like millenium7 did in this post. Not pretty but it works.
I used VMWare Fusion on my Mac to run a Win7 emulator. You can download a free emulator that works for 90 days from MS.
Win7 did not recognize the USB cable and I had to install drivers. It comes with a mini cd in true 90s fashion. I don't even have a cd-rom drive any longer, but an amazon commenter put up a link for the drivers. It assigned mine to Com4.
The items I purchased, courtesy of Special Ed65:
$12 USB cable:
$8 ODB2 extension:
$9 6pin connector:
Total: $29. You can find lower price versions but I paid a bit more for Prime eligible products.
Thanks for the great write-ups everyone!
Now I just have to figure out how to correctly set my TPS
09 TE610, PU resistor installed
Question: I have iBeat and the makeshift cable working. I'm able to read/set TPS, but I can't seem to change FB settings (grayed out arrows).
I've been reading that I may need to install my 02 sensor and warm up the beast before setting FB.
Is that correct?
Sasha, Best I can tell no one has solved this problem yet. If you figure it out there will be some happy people here.
I finally got the bike back together and tested it. Holy crap that's a considerable power increase! Power wheelies in 1st and 2nd. Pulls stronger through 6th. Almost no popping on deaccel.
After warming it up I put back on the o2 sensor and hooked it up to ibeat. Set tps at 902. Still no ability to adjust FB.
I started it up and kept checking. And finally once it reached 90 degrees the arrows turned black and I was able to adjust FB.
My guess is that the o2 sensor was needed, and the bike must be above 90 degrees.
Longer test ride tomorrow to validate everything
That would be great it that's the solution on the 610 bikes. You might try unplugging the O2 and plug in the PU plug sometime to see what happens and let these guys know.
The 610s and 630s may be different animals in this regard, I know I can adjust my TE630 FB with the bike cold and PU plug in place.
All, I linked a cable I used in post #323 and Amazon changed the listing of the part of the middle link. The new link is...
https://www.amazon.com/ASSEM-OBD-II...II OBD2 16 Pin Male to Female Extension Cable
With the Ibeat, can you configure the cooling fans? Because they are constantly on at the moment...
The bike is also hard to start and keep it running, might be the fuel setting?
I'm doubting about getting the Ibeat or just the JDtuner...
Sounds like you have a bad coolant temp sensor.
Ordered, together with some other parts JDtuner is one of them. Thanks!
I should have sold you my JD Tuner, I haven't used it for years. Just running with Ibeat changes.
Damn, just ordered mine -.-'
Hi could I ask you what sort of numbers are you running. I have a full power up TE310 4port injector and standard ECU.
Mekanik has a TE630, his numbers would be irrelevant for a 310.
If you want clues about the direction to go with fuel adjustments I'd go on Dynojet's website and look at the fuel maps they built for your bike. It appears there are a few, and basically they're adding fuel on the big end (10-20%).