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Triumph 675 remap vs tuneboy - October 18, 2009, 12:09 PM

I'm doing the 12k maintenance on my D675. I want to get the engine remapped and have the ECM checked for errors. I was going to just have a the remap done at a dealer.

Anyone done this? How much more is it to just break down and get a tune boy, and do you think its worth it?
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October 18, 2009, 02:23 PM

I have Tuneboy for my KTM and it works but is a work in progress because of the 2 ECU's. Your 675 will be easier to remap. We can get it set up for you. Give Rick a call at 571-277-0892


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I have Tuneboy for my KTM and it works but is a work in progress because of the 2 ECU's. Your 675 will be easier to remap. We can get it set up for you. Give Rick a call at 571-277-0892
sounds good. It will probably be a few weeks till im ready to do it. Ill give you guys a call at RnR to find out about it.
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