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Sket1234

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Sket1234 says:

Tune Boy Running Rich (TT600)

Hi guys bit of info required i have had the latest fuel map from triumph tt600 and since then runs really rich on start up and running at temp. which it wasnt before so i was looking for tune boy or pc3 so i can change the fuel map back and find out what it is doing wrong...
Also any ideas bike doesn't want to get warm
Usually 76-85 degree on ride 90 in traffic
Now 68-72 degrees on ride 79 in traffic
This all of a sudden changed i know the weather is colder now but it didn't affect my last tt600
Any Help Cheers

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kcmc

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kcmc says:

Triumph TT600 Year?

Hi Sket1234

Hmm,the bike will run rich on start up,as the CDI richens the mixture on start up on a cold engine(and i believe its very cold in UK at the moment) this will stay richer if the air temperature stays very low.Also if you have had a fuel map done then the fueling may well be different causing the engine to run at a different temperature.It could be a good idea to try adjustments when you get a more ambient temperature,not extremes of cold.Just a suggestion:huh:

Good Luck

KCMC:tongue: 

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