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Old December 25th, 2019, 11:19 AM   #1
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1098 Microtec start cold problems

Hello everyone, I've been reading this great forum for some time and now I want to ask you.

I had a problem with my 1098 and taking advantage of I mounted Pistal Racing HC pistons and cleaned the nozzles of the cylinder head. In addition I have installed a 70mm Termignoni exhaust system and high flow air filter

Now I have installed a Microtec M197 ECU and I am having some problems to start cold, the bike takes a long time to start and stops frequently. Can you help me? Any information would be welcome.

I would also like if someone has 1098 maps with modifications similar to those of my motorcycle and can pass them to me to compare with the one I have now. My maps are at your disposal if you want to check them out.
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Old January 20th, 2020, 03:23 PM   #2
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Could be a multitude of things.

Look at pre-injection times if it's not firing or taking a long time to fire

If it starts and then fails to keep running or gets low idle and stalls it might be cold water injection times.

Try uploading a video of whats going on.

There's so many adjustments and things it 'could' be it's hard to say exactly.

Mark at Ducshop is the expert on the Microtec ECU
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