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Pretty much done, found all limiters - switching over to working over OBD2 and getting the handhelds working and programming. All bench work done. Final revision (OBD2) will be completed on the dyno when the cables show up.

ETA JAN 1 for completed project.
Curious to know if you thought about creating an enhanced stock map as well? Maybe one suited to the Akra slip on...
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Curious to know if you thought about creating an enhanced stock map as well? Maybe one suited to the Akra slip on...

We have a bunch of different maps created: stock enhanced, slip on, catless, full header etc, race fuel. Far superior to stock race ecu or HP4 engine mapping.
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We have a bunch of different maps created: stock enhanced, slip on, catless, full header etc, race fuel. Far superior to stock race ecu or HP4 engine mapping.
So when are you planning on releasing this?
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We have a bunch of different maps created: stock enhanced, slip on, catless, full header etc, race fuel. Far superior to stock race ecu or HP4 engine mapping.
That's great news. Can't wait to see the numbers...

There were differences in the number of throttle, power and torque curves between the first and second iterations of the ECU, i.e. throttle curves went from four to two and both performance and torque curves went from two to three.

1. Did you have to do two different tunes that lay over the existing architecture relative to each iteration, OR
2. Are you able to simply adjust the total number and kind of curves to go either way, i.e. for a 10/11 could you retain four throttle curves but add the one additional power/torque curve like the 12/13/HP4 or even add two more to create four truly unique modes, or would someone with 12/13/HP4 for instance be forced to get added throttle curves like 10/11 and lose their additional power/torque curve since a 10/11 ECU was your base?

I ask because I was going back and forth between getting an HP4 or keeping my 10 and getting the Race ECU, but now the possibility of my baby w/ a "far superior" flash, or even better, an HP4 with one changes the equation. At the very least I might have to get a 12/13 with one. Damn..lol

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We have a bunch of different maps created: stock enhanced, slip on, catless, full header etc, race fuel. Far superior to stock race ecu or HP4 engine mapping.
Is it ok to say I'm skeptical until I see some graphs/numbers or anything?

I appreciate the hard work regardless.
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Very cool info. Where are you located?

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That's great news. Can't wait to see the numbers...

There were differences in the number of throttle, power and torque curves between the first and second iterations of the ECU, i.e. throttle curves went from four to two and both performance and torque curves went from two to three.

1. Did you have to do two different tunes that lay over the existing architecture relative to each iteration, OR
2. Are you able to simply adjust the total number and kind of curves to go either way, i.e. for a 10/11 could you retain four throttle curves while adding one additional power/torque curve (like the 12/13/HP4) or even two more to create four truly unique modes, or would someone with 12/13/HP4 for instance get an added throttle curve and lose their additional power/torque curve since a 10/11 ECU was your base?

I ask because I was going back and forth between getting an HP4 or keeping my 10 and getting the Race ECU, but now the possibility of my baby w/ a "far superior" flash, or even better, an HP4 with one changes the equation. At the very least I might have to get a 12/13 with one. Damn..lol
We can offer both throttle curves - all maps are identified and mappable. We will have 2 options or so (4 curves or 2 curves).

Custom throttle mapping per bike will be time consuming however.

More info will be released when we decide to sell these and sponsor of course. You can decide if it's for you or not. The HP4 download we've tested has very very minor fuel changes (for exhaust changes) and has an otherwise stock base S1000RR map for performance. Everything else is based on abs/dtc/rear suspension electronics that is not included in the data area of a normal performance tune which will require other components more then a flash.

Final testing is right in order - handhelds are here and we're testing flashes without ecu removal now. Upload/download through the tail of your bike with multiple maps!


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Very cool!!!
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post #70 of 254 (permalink) Old 11-26-2012, 11:19 PM
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Do you already have any graphs of dyno or other realized tests?
Here in my country there are some Japanese motorbikes with the ECU reflashed. Watch this 2012 ZX10 of a friend of mine.

2012 ZX10R Top Speed Run 336km (Click HD quality to see better) - YouTube
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