Attention!! Very Important !! Basically TuneECU only use on motorcycles, which are listed in our compatibility list.
last update 06-2014
Support is only for the software, no advice or recommendation will be given on the use of maps. Except the brief descriptions available on the site, no additional information will be provided on the maps, any additional questions, please address in the appropriate forums.


                          TuneECU is freeware and may only be distributed free of charge.

For some time, some online auction platforms offer complete sets with cable, TuneECU Software,
instructions and maps. These providers do not act on our behalf.
The team TuneECU dissociates from these suppliers, as we have no control over what is passed
from these providers on the users. For safety ! -  Download the software, instructions and maps exclusively from our 

  1. If this software is not correctly applied, the engine can be destroyed.
  2. TuneECU is not a "Gameboy", anyone who uses this tool on his motorcycle should know very well,
    what he is doing and he does it at your own risk.
  3. At use of this software, under certain circumstance can invalidate your warranty.
  4. In the database provided custom maps can be used only as a basis for a tuning
    on a suitable dynamometer. 
  5. Because every engine is different, least should be performed a test run with A/F curve,
    If you want to have joy on your engine for a long time.
TuneECU is a software tool for the reprogramming, diagnosis and testing of the Engine Control Unit (ECU)
fitted to Electronic Fuel Injected (EFI) Triumph, KTM, Aprilia & Benelli motorcycles.

This software is compatible with the following Triumph, KTM, Benelli & Aprilia models:

TuneECU use only on these models.
Date of information
Triumph Daytona 675, only up to VIN # 564947 February 2013
Triumph Street Triple & Street Triple R, only up to VIN # 560476 February 2013
Triumph Speed Triple models 885, 955, 1050 & 1050 R (including models 2014) Mai 2014
Triumph Tiger models 800/800XC, 885 (900), 955, 1050 & Tiger Sport 
(including models 2014)
December 2013
Triumph 955 Sprint ST/RS models and 1050 Sprint ST/GT  (including models 2013) August 2013
Triumph Daytona models T595/955i Daytona (all models) March 2012
Triumph Rocket III  (including models 2014) March 2014
Triumph Daytona 600, 650, Speed Four, TT600 (all models) March 2012
Triumph 2 Cyl. EFI Models Thunderbird Big Bore(1600 & 1700 cc), except Commander and LT
America, Bonneville, Scrambler, Speedmaster, Thruxton (including models 2014)
December 2013
KTM models  990/1190  (including models 2012)
KTM 690 Duke  (including models 2011) (except all Duke 4 models
KTM 690 SMC & Enduro/690 Supermoto (including models 2013)
March 2014
Aprilia models Caponord and Futura RST January 2012
Benelli Tornado, TNT & TREK models June 2012

Technical Support: Please send an email to Alain

Your must enter a valid email address in the contact form, otherwise no answer is possible.

System requirements:
  • Computer:  PC or Netbook , running  Windows (XP, Vista,  Windows 7, Windows 8 & 8.1 (32 or 64 bit),
    except Windows8 RT, USB 2.0 or better.) 1024x576 display and NET Framework (XP only)
    Vers. 2.0 and upwards.
  • Cable for connecting to the dedicated 16-pin diagnostic plug of the Engine Control Module (ECM
    Sagem and Keihin models):
    USB/OBDII cable with FTDI chip set and associated CDM (D2XX) ver. 2.06.00 drivers or higher.
    Note: for Windows 8 & 8.1 from driver vers. 2.08.28, select here the driver package for manual installation.
    From driver version 2_08_30 also works with WIN 8 & 8.1, the automatic installation via Windows driver update.
    Drivers limitation for the USB-Tuneboy-cable:
    The TuneBoy cable works only with the ancient FTDI driver from TuneBoy's own site.
    For  WIN8 unfortunately, the tuneboy driver is to install only with a trick. See here.
    The problem is the enforced driver signing in Windows8 & Windows 8.1
    The hardware id of TuneBoy cable is different vs. a generic/TuneECU FTDI cable.
    So even though both cables have same chip, TuneBoy cable needs the matching driver.
  • Restrictions on the use of the serial TuneBoy-cable:
    The serial TuneBoy-cable can also be used with TuneECU, but is a USB-Serial-Adapter necessary,
    which has a FTDI-chip-set. Good example is here the Digitus DA-70156 USB-Serial-Adapter.

  • For Aprilia ECU's, additional components are required, follow this link.
  • For KTM ECU's, additional components are required, follow this link.
  • For Benelli ECU's, additional components are required, follow this link.

  • For Walbro ECU:
    only a serial cable RS232, a serial port on the computer, and AMP-Super-Seal-connector-6pin
    is required.
    Maybe You need nor a USB/RS232-converter. This converter is required if your computer has no
    serial interface (RS232) has.

    | Recommendation: You get a working cable, for example from here: Lonelec UK
      Enter under search the term TuneECU.
      Another source:   Triumph-TwinPower
      The offered there cable was tested with TuneECU. Thanks to "Forchetto" from the Triumph Rat Net.
      More sources can be found HERE

  • TuneECU on a MAC computer ?
    You will need a way to run Windows (preferably XP) on your Mac. This can only be done on those
    running an Intel Processor (so if you've got a (very) old one, you're out of luck).

    There are different ways to do this:

    • Dual boot (Bootcamp)
    • Virtualbox
    • VMware Fusion
    • Parallels
    Once you've got Windows running you are all set. Just download TuneECU, and make sure your
    cable driver is installed correctly in Windows.
!!!!!!!!!!! IMPORTANT NOTICE - PLEASE  READ FIRST !!!!!!!!!!!

1. Read the "Map Edit section" of the User Manual carefully and familiarise yourself thoroughly
    with the program before you begin!

2. Resist the temptation to fiddle before you know what you are doing!

3. Ensure you have the correct tune for the VIN range of your bike and its specification!

4. If you are not an expert in tuning EFI systems, keep to the Triumph OEM tunes or recommended
and resist the temptation to modify them!

5. If you are in doubt ask an expert. E.g. on the following partner forums:

English: Triumph or or
German: Triumph or
French: Triumph
Italian: Triumph
Spanish: Triumph Foro
Portuguese: Triumph

6. Do not download tune maps to/from the ECM without first ensuring your motorcycle battery is
 charged, your lights are disabled by removing the appropriate fuse, the 16-pin cable is
    connected to both
 your PC/Laptop and the 16-pin diagnostic plug of the Engine Control Module
    (ECM) and the ignition is on!
Occasionally it happens that the download is interrupted, although we have kept strictly to the
    It turns out that it comes to these interruptions, when the battery voltage falls below 12,5 volts,
    even when connected a battery charger. Apparently the power of modern chargers is not sufficient
    to avoid a voltage drop.

    It works perfectly when a second 12-volt car battery is connected.

7. Basically: make sure the TuneECU or the Tunes are not stored in too deep directory (this may lead
    to the firing of the ECU!) or the map is not even loaded.

    Negative Example: c: / tune / ecu / my / triumph / ecu / maps / to / I / myself have created /Tuneecu.exe or
Please store the map for example in:  C: \ Tune or D: \ Tune
Please store the program and the "TuneLibrary.dll" in:  C: \ Program Files \ TuneECU
This ensures that everything works.

Use of the software is at your own risk. Neither the software developer or the website operator will provide any form of guarantee. 
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   Damages of any kind will always be to the detriment of the end user.  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Downloads find here

All provided information on the sides of TuneECU have been made ​​in good faith,
but make no claim to completeness and correctness.

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