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    Posted: 13 Aug 2019 at 20:18
2011 Tuono 1000 Gen 2.
Bought the bike with Akros fitted. I don't know if any thing else has been done. The bike is pretty jerky at a steady throttle in traffic up to 3500 rpm.I know these ain't the smoothest, but there is no soot in end of the can, infact it's grey, even when pootling about.
I'm thinking it's still on map one.
I wondered if I can post the ECU off and the rough cost.
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I'm not sure how often Griff visits here these days,probably the best thing to do would be give the shop a ring on 01827285500 and talk directly?
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Originally posted by IanG IanG wrote:

I'm not sure how often Griff visits here these days,probably the best thing to do would be give the shop a ring on 01827285500 and talk directly?



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You would still benefit from a proper throttle body set up in addition to any map changes. 

Do as Ian recommends and check with Griff 
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Originally posted by wigginsjp wigginsjp wrote:

You would still benefit from a proper throttle body set up in addition to any map changes. 

Do as Ian recommends and check with Griff 


I don't mind doing the throttle bodies myself as I have the gauges.
I'll give them a ring first though.Thanks.
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Not sure if you have done it on a gen2 before. If you mean vac gauges don’t forget the TBs are linked vac wise. hence why aprilia don’t spec a vac procedure only co2 although you can get it ballpark via vac.
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