+0 means the module isn't doing anything. Maybe set it to +0 for inspections, and then back to +3 when you're ready to ride around again?Sorted with the recommended “+3” the engine was running ‘too rich’ for EuroWhichever regulations. Turning the AFM to “0” kept all CO levels within EU limitations and the bike passed her check with flying colours .
I’m thinking about running it on “+2” i.s.o. “+3”, does anybody have any experience or suggestions for that?
Exactly, that is what I figured as well. I would not recommend keeping it on "0" too long, as I had the engine stop on me during the ride back home from the inspection while slowing down... I'm not sure if it was mishandling on my side (not possible hahaha ) or the engine running slightly too lean due to the open air filters in stead of the airbox. Once the weather allows for more riding again I will certainly investigate and try out more settings.+0 means the module isn't doing anything. Maybe set it to +0 for inspections, and then back to +3 when you're ready to ride around again?
According to their website it's suitable for all R-NineT's MY 2014-20.I have read this thread but still unsure....for me, I have a 2020 MY /5, so it is a euro4 ecu. Is the RP Easy suitable/workable/worth it for this model year, or is it really best for pre2017? The bike is also on stock pipes with cat and stock end can.