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Pinned ZXR250 TCI mappings

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Racing and Track Days' started by Frankster, Jul 11, 2019.

  1. Frankster

    Frankster See the World before you leave it Staff Member Premium Member Ride and Events Crew

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    Some bright spark suggested we start a thread about TCI mappings. This thread is for Kawasaki ZXR250 TCI units...

    I have in my possession a number of accurate mappings for some ZXR250A & ZXR250C TCI units. I acquired these from Ignitech in the Czech Republic. I sent them a couple of TCI units for them to read so I could be 100% sure what the stock units do. I also got them to load one of the mappings onto one of their aftermarket (programmable) units. All of this was/is part of the ZXR250T (Turbo) project @Murdo is working on. I'm more of a spectator than a participant in the project.

    Following are some mappings for any of you wanting to know what's what.
     
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    Frankster See the World before you leave it Staff Member Premium Member Ride and Events Crew

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    ZXR250A TCI unit 21119-1263 zxr250 C -1263 (measured by Ignitech).jpg
     
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    ZXR250C TCI 21119-1316 zxr250 C -1316 (measured by Ignitech).jpg
     
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    Your a legend Frank. I think it best to keep them separate as it will get very confusing if they get mixed up.
     
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    Seperate threads for the different machines seems like a good idea. Has anyone mapped the CBR250 (4 cylinder) family of engines yet?
     
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    Ken (@ZXR Kawasaki) posted some TCI mappings a while ago. They were done by a crowd in Geelong back in 2010. They seem okay, but I can't guarantee anything. Interestingly, the note Ken made on the graphs seems to imply that only the 21119-1384 needs a 10k Ohm resistor. Not sure why that TCI was singled out.
    ZXR250 TCI 2010.jpg
     

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