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Still on the hunt for a cable and software for an '07 K9

Discussion in 'Ignition / Electronics / Batteries' started by mainstream01, Sep 29, 2017.

  1. mainstream01

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    I've been looking for a cable and software for the Thunderheart box for, an 07 K9 for awhile. Has anyone found such an animal? More than one set of eyes would help me track down this unicorn..
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    For the fuel injection?? Call s&s directly
     
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    For the Thunderheart box.. Carburetor style..
     
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    This is beyond me I know that thunder heart ignition is programmable but never heard of programming the thunder heart control module unless your talking about the ehc in which that software is long gone with the old big dog
     
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    Yep.. I've got the RIP kit and I'm looking for the cable and software that comes with the control module.. My module doesn't have the easy click adjustment, just a port for the cable..
     
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    I don't think thunderheart licenses the software except to dealers it's locked.

    There is a programmable ignition which has 6 or 7 different preset ignition curves. That you can buy from thunderheart directly.

    Just curious why you want to change it anyways?

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    Unless I buy a whole new control box and the software and the cable is included..
     
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    You need to buy the programmable ignition if you want to change timing n the rev limiter. Or you can write your own also if you have the know how. DOC does have a hopped up program for his bike but you'll have to talk to Jeff
     
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    I'd like to know exactly what the presets are for my module and get real time data log.. My rev limits according to the tach are lower than the 5300 average presets.. I'd also like to know what the advanced timing presets are, because I've had the carbs jetted, adjusted the carb in all manners, bumped up the octane levels. And it still falls on its face for split seconds, and has a semi dead spot between cruising and acceleration.. And it's not the carb pump adjustment either..
     
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    Position Rev Limit RPM
    0 5984
    1 5984
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    3 5984
    4 5984
    5 5984
    6 5984
    7 5984
    8 6240
    9 6240
    A 6240
    B 6240
    C 6240
    D 6240
    E 6240
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    Which position does it go in again?
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    You don't have a programmable ignition, but if you did, just turn the white dial to your selection

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    That's what I been trying to tell him but apparently he knows better
     
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    A looong while back I was chatting with Doug of CA Jones, and he said he had a cable, maybe... He wasnt sure IF he could even unlock or change any settings. There were so many "ifs", I figured its easier to just buy a new programmable ignition.
     
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    Why not.. I guess.. it's the only thing electrical left that I haven't replaced..
     
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    You don't have a programmable ignition yours is stock
     
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    If you expecting big gains from changing the program, your in for a let down. The only way to see a difference is if you have it dyno tuned to see the read out.
     
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    Any updates on programming a non programmable ignition
     
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    I think the latest is you still can't program a locked unit... heavy on the "you".
     
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