Table of Contents
- DirectLink Introduction
- DirectLink Main Features
- How To Setup TR4 System
- About This Manual
- TRo2/o2 Sensors/Rivnut Installation
- O2 Sensor Installation Kit Lite
- ECU Tuning Compatibility
- All TechnoResearch Cables
- Tuning Victory® Motorcycle
- 1 Setup and Installation
- 1.1 Where To Get The Software
- 1.2 Install Direct Link Flash Tuner
- 1.3 Run Direct Link Flash Tuner
- 1.4 Connect USB Cable
- 1.5 Power Up The Direct Link Flash Tuner
- 1.6 Power Up To Automatically Install Drivers
- 1.7 Update The Software
- 1.8 Confirm Com Port For Communication
- 1.9 Troubleshooting Com Port Issues
- 2. Toolbar Menu and Icon Descriptions
- 3. Direct Link – Key Features
- 4. Direct Link – Important Tables
- 5. Program the Calibration into the ECU
- 6. How to Save the Modified Calibration
- 7. How to Change Units and Colors
- 8. Monitor Real-Time Data
- 9. Monitor Real-Time Data
(Strip Chart/Meter Display)
- 10. Auto-Mapping
- 11. Common Issues and
- 11.1 Tuning File Issues
- 11.2 Fuel Issues
- 11.3 Issues with Auto Mapping Sessions Result
- 11.4 Idle Issues
- 11.5 Backup and Restore
- 11.6 Oxygen Sensor Issues
- 11.7 Other Possible Drivability Concerns
- 11.8 ECU Programming Issues
- 11.9 Deceleration Popping
4.9 Closed Loop
Found under 'Edit-Table' drop down menu.
This table can be left alone for tuning, as the AFR Table has been set so the motorcycle will always be in open loop and not be using the factory Oxygen sensors. Only when the AFR table is at 14.6 will this table be active and used.
There are (2) types of closed loop systems now.
- The older motorcycles use closed loop biasing and the new motorcycles do not.
- The new motorcycles can be set from 14.3 - 14.6 for closed loop.
Setting this table to 680 will yield approximately 14.5-14.6 AFR Value. The mv value can't be set much higher, as the O2 sensor will not switch properly and will drive the fuel rich. The sensor needs to switch around a center point.
This table is used to shift the AFR richer or leaner during closed-loop operation. This table is a function of engine speed and map load. The cell values are the switching voltage that the ECM controls to. A lower voltage will control leaner and a higher number controls richer. This table is used by the ECM in addition to the AFR table to determine what AFR to control to.