Did they at least find your other mirror??…🤔🥴
they haven't had a chance to look at it yet. I dropped it in at the end of the day Monday and the head mechanic wasn't at work yesterday. he'll look at it today.Cheers ....👍😎 any luck with the bike yet?
I would question Ryan first before making a decision as well. Especially since he was so adamant at the beginning of this that his tune was not the issue. Its just weird how your bike was fine for so long and then randomly started acting up when replacing the bars. Would be worth it to hear what he has to say.Time for your tuner to step up and assist. Both tuners are supposed to have lifetime map support, time to see how good it is!
I can't contact Ryan about this issue.I would question Ryan first before making a decision as well. Especially since he was so adamant at the beginning of this that his tune was not the issue. Its just weird how your bike was fine for so long and then randomly started acting up when replacing the bars. Would be worth it to hear what he has to say.
I'd replace the bars to those you previously installed, ride it for a while, then potentially explore a bench tuned ECU. Good luck!so... I'm not sure if this is good or bad news.
dealer took the bike for a ride after I brought it in and said it was pretty much completely unrideable.
My dealer tried the throttle zero reset and told me it made no difference.
as a result they installed the US AH2 software.
according to my dealer, its now the best running FTR they've ever ridden. they claim the surging issue has gone completely.
so now I have a problem. I cant install my Toce tune on the new software. which means I can't install my Toce.
they told me that the advice from Polaris is that the bike will get better and better as it gets used to the new software and said I'm welcome to pick it up and ride it for 300kms to see if it improves.
they said Polaris also stand by their offer to give me a virgin ECU with the original software but given that their AH2 fixed the issue, that would be at my expense with no support from Polaris.
so my dilemma is this:
do I take the bike with the new software and sell the Toce I love so much?
do I buy a new ECU and reinstall the tune and see how it goes?
they claim they can not identify anything in relation to the bars that caused the issue with the bike and Polaris are standing by their claim that the aftermarket tune caused the issue.
Yeah, I feel like it's too weird to be a tune issue. I'm still onboard with the idea that it's gotta be something involved in the RBW system altogether (ECU, wiring, etc). I thought it was wiring before and this makes me think it's wiring even more now. I'd be real interested in what the actual ECU engineer thinks.Yes, keep riding it the way it is. My guess is the surging issue is going to come back.
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