Triumph have been that way since they went FI with the Sagem system. Not sure if it's the same program nowadays, but back on my '02 955i the software was called TuneBoy.
Glad to see you bringing the bike back to life....
The Pile is a 2010 675 with a Keihin brand ECU. It is very likely Tuneboy software could be used as well, though with wide popularity and support on Triumph 675 specific forums, we chose Tune ECU. Luckily I was able to use my onhand OBD link cable (specifically for Ducati use, but without requiring the additional Ducati specific adapter cable).
I've got a dedicated laptop wiped clean of all apps, programs, etc....its now got Tune ECU and guzzidiag which somehow scares the hell outta me, doesn't seem as "friendly" as T- ECU. Otherwise the laptop is devoid of other stuff.
tuneECU does not support the magneti-marrelli brand ECU on my SS800....unfortuntely I'm stuck with guzzidiag on that one.
I'll be frank here....as i'm just getting into "service via computer" I'm intimidated, over my head and scared bleepless I'm gonna wipe out something on the Ducati, screwing up using the complex guzzidiag.
TuneECU so much friendlier, IMHO.
Must rewire rear turn sigs on the Pile, we await a Triumph parts order of proper bracketry for final fairing installation, if you could see the crap these kids used to hang the fairings, you'd throw up....much like the wiring pile. In addition a front fork review...oil change minimum, possible fork oil seals. I need to open them and confirm all parts are present ....justified and required knowing the history of prior "attention" the Pile received from these PO kids.
The owner studying for medical Doctorate...he may well become my primary at some point.
I'm estimating completing the Pile in no more than 10-12 days max, juggling carb work and my own stuff. We're both excited anticipating the final outcome. Pics'll follow when justified.
My personal overview of this project....like doing a jigsaw puzzle without having the final picture of what its supposed to look like, many pieces scattered, missing