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Old 04-10-2007, 11:36 AM   #1
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Does TRE affect tuning?

So i have a TRE sitting at home ready to be installed once everything is running right. I actually wanted to ride the bike without it for a few days before putting it on so i could feel the difference. anyways, say i tune the bike with a power commander, will i need to re tune it after installing the TRE?
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no TRE needed unless your intending to go past the limiter in 6th gear, other then that i would just use the PC. ditch the TRE thats jsut me though.
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Does TRE also eliminate timing ? I had always assumed that dispatching with timing would give a snappier throttle response.
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tre is , the way it works:
suzuki have a gear indicator so the computer knows what gear you are in.
the computer has a special timing map for each gear, the tre makes the computer think that is in fourth gear all the time.
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I knew that part of it, for top speed derestriction. Isn't there another TRE-like device that doesn't give the same 4th gear air-fuel curve to every gear, but rather has separate AF curves for every gear?

What about timing ? Does this have anything to do with throttle response? I thought the manufacturers built in timing to keep novices from flipping literbikes, no?
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tre is , the way it works:
suzuki have a gear indicator so the computer knows what gear you are in.
the computer has a special timing map for each gear, the tre makes the computer think that is in fourth gear all the time.
I was under the impression that the suzuki computer simply pulled back the timing in order to lessen power in lower gears. the TRE was meant to eliminate that....retardation...:laughing6

I thought power commanders only changed A/F ratio, not the actual timing of the engine. ill check thier site adn see if they mention anything about timing variations
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The TRE only affects timing in 1st and 6th. Opinions differ on the benefit of using it or not
You can add on an ignition module to the PC but unless you're running nitrous or a turbo you won't really see any gains from it.
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im just trying to enjoy a properly/smooth running 600 engine. Thats fast enough for me.
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