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June 23rd, 2010, 11:06 AM   #21
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

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Hi codemonkey this is the website address http://www.vortexcdi.com
cheers aquajett
$779.95 plus $50 if you want the handle bar switch. You cannot data log or adjust fuel cells seperately as the software is not available yet. Ignition timing is the pre-set ten maps. Fuel is the low, mid and high dials on the side. Plus, from the picture it looks bigger than the stock one and doesn't fit nicely. Might be a pre-production picture.

Vortex= $830 plus probably $300(my guess) for the software when it's done.

Factory Husaberg is $500-600 depending on how nice your dealer is to you. 912 minutes of data recording. As far as I can tell does not record or read Lambda(A/F ratio).

Who wants to be the gunea pig on these?
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

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Originally Posted by aquajett
Hi codemonkey this is the website address http://www.vortexcdi.com
cheers aquajett
$779.95 plus $50 if you want the handle bar switch. You cannot data log or adjust fuel cells seperately as the software is not available yet. Ignition timing is the pre-set ten maps. Fuel is the low, mid and high dials on the side. Plus, from the picture it looks bigger than the stock one and doesn't fit nicely. Might be a pre-production picture.

Vortex= $830 plus probably $300(my guess) for the software when it's done.

Factory Husaberg is $500-600 depending on how nice your dealer is to you. 912 minutes of data recording. As far as I can tell does not record or read Lambda(A/F ratio).

Who wants to be the gunea pig on these?
Maybe someday in the future. I have a use for RPM info and maybe speed too, among other things - I think it would be kewl to embed such things into a video.

I am an unemployed Code Monkey (I write software) - what is the connection (of the Husaberg tool) to the stock ECU/EFI unit? Would it be possible to reverse engineer the data stream? Is the recording in something external to the ECU/EFI? I know nothing about the unit beyond the fact that it exists.
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June 23rd, 2010, 02:58 PM   #23
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

Originally Posted by CodeMonkey
what is the connection (of the Husaberg tool) to the stock ECU/EFI unit? Would it be possible to reverse engineer the data stream? Is the recording in something external to the ECU/EFI? I know nothing about the unit beyond the fact that it exists.
I met this fella in my local coffee shop his name is Wayne and goes by the name of Tuneboy. He has reverse engineered the connection to the Keihin EFI computer. He as done this for KTM bikes and Triumph bikes, but not Husabergs yet. I am working on him.
I don't normally talk to strange men in coffee shops but he talked to me first. He spotted me 570 in the carpark
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June 23rd, 2010, 04:14 PM   #24
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Well, if there is any protocol/specification info out there, and I can hook into the ECU/EFI with a standard USB or Ethernet interface, then I can probably write software to talk to it.

But even though I have a EE degree, it has been almost 25 years since I used it and I barely remember Ohms law. So building an electrical interface is not something I am going to try. It would be quicker for me to buy the factory tool.
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June 23rd, 2010, 07:50 PM   #25
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

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Originally Posted by CodeMonkey
what is the connection (of the Husaberg tool) to the stock ECU/EFI unit? Would it be possible to reverse engineer the data stream? Is the recording in something external to the ECU/EFI? I know nothing about the unit beyond the fact that it exists.
I met this fella in my local coffee shop his name is Wayne and goes by the name of Tuneboy. He has reverse engineered the connection to the Keihin EFI computer. He as done this for KTM bikes and Triumph bikes, but not Husabergs yet. I am working on him.
I don't normally talk to strange men in coffee shops but he talked to me first. He spotted me 570 in the carpark
Well keep talking to him. I sent an e-mail a couple of months ago asking if the Husaberg was on the table. No reply. I use Tuneboy for my 990 with great success. While adding 20% rwhp(with a few mods) I also managed to raise the mpg from 35 to 50+ with a best of 56. Added a knock sensor to the bike and will see what the ignition timing will bring. If they are going to come out with something I will wait.
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June 23rd, 2010, 09:54 PM   #26
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

So, does the ECU/EFI unit talk OBDII??
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I don't know the code. I will ask him next coffee. He obviously is not going to give too much away in case some out of work bloke in Seattle steals all his business
You can see the little 6 pin connector loose near the Fuses.

We talk a lot now, we both like a morning coffee and a bit of fuel injection. Last coffee he showed me his 3 cylinder Triumph that he changed the firing order on. He had a new camshaft ground up and fires 2 cylinders at once now, sounds like it has big balls at idle. The previous firing order only fired one cylinder at TDC while the other was top of the exhaust stroke. Then the opposite happened at the next revolution.

I'm talking tahoeacr. He has asked me to his dyno shop with my FE570 Not sure when yet, but will let you know.

Are you allowed to hijack a Post off the subject? Seems this "Air Box" Post has turned a bit EFIy
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June 24th, 2010, 12:40 AM   #28
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Gday all,
Topic, does seem to have moved away from "air boxes", but you "tech" guys have passed on a wealth of information, more than enough to provide me with multiple '"researched options" to enhance the performance of my machine. Just wanted to pass on my congats on a great effort, keep up the good work......
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I will second that ozberg570 its been great i have only had the 2010 570 for about 3 weeks now and love it and this site has been very helpfull with all the information
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

Originally Posted by Davo
You can see the little 6 pin connector loose near the Fuses.
I suspected that was the connector

I'm talking tahoeacr. He has asked me to his dyno shop with my FE570 Not sure when yet, but will let you know.
Yeah - I spent about an hour reading a thread with him and Cyborg (who is local to me and wants to sell his Aprilia RXV to get a Husaberg) about their trials with Tuneboy and their KTM 990s.

Apparently there is the Tuneboy and TuneECU software out there and all you really need is the cable for the latter as the software is free. I may look into it - I may ask Cyborg.
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