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I have successfully remapped  many 4rts 250, 260 various yrs

tried with my kit to read data from the 300 rr without success   05 and 07 software

twin throttle body  nn4 ic27      16400-nn4-m71

can anyone advise

 

Cheers in advance 

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Had same results

I think may need more modern software -  I did look into it but I like the st set up on the RR so didn't bother progressing. 

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I Phoned Micky Oats in Scotland

he told me only by the factory in japan

but indicated the new 2020 model will be programable

 

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If you check press release / sales blurb for the 2017 it did say PTB.

Having to send it back to Japan is a bit of a loose definition of PTB🤣🤣

As said I wouldn’t want to change mine 👍

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The rider of the Montesa 300 rr previously owned 300 Gasgas with all the mods, TRS 300, moving to the 300 rr  and the different way it makes  power

I agreed that the 300 RR is the best Montesa to date

Looks like he will need to work with what has, I would doubt that any off the shelf product would help

Disappointed that the PTB isn't

remapping can give an extra boost in areas that customer deems lacking   

 

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Check the Crf software - maybe more up to date.

thats the trail it led me

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Cheers for that

looks the same software, but it only needs one plug, the cable I have required two plugs

I wonder if the PTB part number is the same as

nn4 ic27      16400-nn4-m71

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I have a 2017 300rr that was remapped by Inch Perfect Trials, who did an excellent job of just altering one of the two switchable maps to smooth out and prevent the bike stalling at lower revs. It also enabled the bike to go back to standard gearing and ride slow stuff smoothly. 

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Thanks for that

can you remember the name of the guy in inch perfect that done the work ?

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I recently bought a 2016 260 model. Can anyone tell me where the red Service Check Connector is physically located?

The programming software is quite inexpensive at around $31 USD, whereas the interface hardware costs $414 USD.  I have a guess as to what the hardware does and would like to experiment with building my own.

TIA.

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It in the big rubber boot under the Throttle body - above the gearbox sprockets  -needs a bit of fishing out among  the other plugs.

You will need to confirm the 260 2106 has  a PTB 

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49 minutes ago, jimmyl said:

You will need to confirm the 260 2106 has  a PTB 

Mine says 16400-NN4-J11 (same as 2017 but different from 2015 according to the parts books) and supports dual maps.   Is that user programmable?

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7 hours ago, Rapidroy said:

looks the same software

The interface looks the same but internally different, it is not possible to use it for the 4RT or 300rr

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