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Old 20th August 2005
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Aerosport, I have the twin tec ignition on my 05 883 as well. My speedometer was off, but it was also registering all over the place. I ended up sending it back to them . They said it needed the software updated, why I dont know it was brand new. Anyway they updated it, then they calibrated it for my bike free of charge. It now registers right and no more bouncing around. As far as settings, started with 5-5, then went 5-7 and thats where it is now. Runs a little stonger on 5-7 but I have not experimented with other settings. As far as the speedometer diagnostics mine just says diag when checking it. The check engine light doesnt go out until it is started where as before it would go out about 3 sec. after the ign. was turned on.
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I own one of the first production 1200R's and noticed that the speedo was reading a bit low; the dealer did never anything about it, but through this forum I found the HD notification about the need for a reflash. This was duly installed by dealer.
I have to say that the bike ran fine before the reflash (never carb farts); and I do not notice any change after the reflash.
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I did notice the pipes have more bark to them. They just sound louder when I roll on the throttle. I'm not sure if this is related to the reflash or not because I noticed the mechanic made adjustments to my enricher, brake lever, throttle, etc.
I also had mine done recently & noticed the change in exhaust note. Not sure if I like it- it seems louder out the rear, but more raspier & not as deep as it used to be. Maybe it's just me.
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Just got my 2005 / 1220 Custom back form the dealer. Was purchased with SE Pipes, Air Cleaner and Carb Jet was changed.After many "Can't find a problem" visits, the service manager stated after another test ride, he had the same experience with carb poping. Dealer claimed to change the Crankshaft Possition Sensor and installed new factory carb. Run's good now and mileage when form 31 mpg to 53 mpg. I think it may be running to lean? I did not check the ECM/ICM code before the service, but now it is #32889-04A. Not a match for service Bulletin M-1162? Anyone know anything about this code?
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Just got my 2005 / 1220 Custom back form the dealer. Was purchased with SE Pipes, Air Cleaner and Carb Jet was changed.After many "Can't find a problem" visits, the service manager stated after another test ride, he had the same experience with carb poping. Dealer claimed to change the Crankshaft Possition Sensor and installed new factory carb. Run's good now and mileage when form 31 mpg to 53 mpg. I think it may be running to lean? I did not check the ECM/ICM code before the service, but now it is #32889-04A. Not a match for service Bulletin M-1162? Anyone know anything about this code?
Hey john if your bike running good now after the the new carb i would'nt worry about it. And those reflash numbers i think are updated sometimes. So if its running good don't worry about it. Why do you think its lean? I guess the dealer rejetted the new carb? And again john those reflashs just change the timing a little so no matter what number is if its running good forget about it.
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I had the ECM reflashed yesterday on my 05 1200XL C. The original Calibration Number was 32819-04A. The Vehicle Recalibration Report they gave me shows the new Calibration Number of 32819-04B. The bike runs like a scalded dog now. I have drag pipe slipon pipes (no baffles), rejetted slow jet to #45, turned Idle Mixture screw out 2 1/2 turns and installed a Hypercharger.

At the bottom of the Vehicle Recalibration Report it states:

Description of New Calibration
Revised Stock Calibration to Update Strategy Level. This Calibration retrofits for
this model and is comparable or superior to the O.E. Calibration from an emissions
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