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I just did like Hilly said and updated the yellow "2" versions. Worked great and now have 2 icons for Mastertune, Datamaster, and Mastertune on my desktop. Wiz is correct in that all your previous files are associated with the older versions of things, BUT... if you open any of the "2" programs, and THEN pick what you wish to open, the older files open up in the "2" programs without any hitch!.
I could NOT change the properties at all, still opens with MT1 if click on the tune file, but... if I open MT2, and from there pick the file, it opens right up in MT2.I'm going to keep v184 around for awhile, until I see whats up. Like right now, I still have a laptop left with V157 to run the MT7s on. I DO like I can have MT1 and MT2 on the same PC. Thanks Steve.
When I eared about a new mastertune 2 I was happy and expecting a new terminal with a touch screen better than Power Vision and brand new cals. I must say I'm a little bit deapointed. The new tuner brings usb and multiplexing for concerned bikes and that all folks... I guess Power Vision will take the leadership soon and stay ahead for while !
When I eared about a new mastertune 2 I was happy and expecting a new terminal with a touch screen better than Power Vision and brand new cals. I must say I'm a little bit disapointed. The new tuner brings usb and multiplexing for concerned bikes and that all folks... I guess Power Vision will take the leadership soon and stay ahead for a while !
I was just telling about my feeling. I'm not a professionnal user and do not have the chance to tune my bike on a dyno. So I try to do it myself on the road as I can with the most easy to use device on the market. I know that TTS is maybe the best stuf associated to a dyno. I think TTS Cals are also the most accurate for our bikes. And the TTS tuning Guide is my Bible. I often read TTS cals to improve my own work.So I appologize for all the troubles I Brought there...
May be you are right. But now with Autotune on the PV, you don't need any PC on board to get your original cal, tune it, flash it, and log to check. You can do everything easilly from the side of the road. And with the screen you can monitor le log when doing your VE and improve some areas of map.Many bikes do not offer the possibility to bring a PC in a Tourpak or saddlebag. And PCs don't like vibrations (good or bad vibrations).I'm just speaking about the way to use the device without a dyno, as a lambda user. I'm not speaking about intrinsic quality of the device of course.I appolozise again and I won't disturb this thread again.
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