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post #101 of 143 (permalink) Unread 07-18-2019, 08:12 AM Thread Starter
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For those that want to replace the DDC with Ohlins or KTech on the 20 which you got the only available optioned out ///M bike in the USA was with DDC, I can now delete DDC, apply the 2nd and 3rd gear fix, full exhaust support. There is your normal race track ready 2020 now.

You can get that in your ECU, or, I have ECU's in stock for the 2020 which I can clone your EWS coding and you have a A option ECU, and a B option ECU.
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So true! Alpha (in Germany?) keeps telling SJ BMW that nobody has cracked the code and is doing flashes. SJ BMW wants a product to sell and they don't have it.

Got my plug and play ecu from @BMW_388 Thursday. Installed it today and rode straight to SJ BMW to see Teach McNeil. Was in Race mode Pro 2 with experimental settings for the street. TC was at 4 but was intervening between 9.5K and 10K in 3rd on the freeway. Turned off TC, saw approximately 15 minutes of the first show. Gave my key to Cory Call our resident expert racer. He didn't even do his full test loop. He just rode around the block. I watched him wheelie for at least a block of his ride. He came back saying OMG. Night and day difference. Next up Willie, former master tech and current GM said the same. He has substantial time at Sonoma and Laguna on a stock 2020. For my ride home, I went McKee, Hamilton, Junction and Mines Road. Most enjoyable street ride in a long time.

The bike is a monster when on the gas 6K and above in any gear.

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I'm still in near disbelief that a motorcycle as beastly as the 1290 R Super Duke is in production. It's still evoking a diabolical cackle every time I ride it.
Just substitute 2020 S1000RR in place of 1290 R Super Duke and that's how I feel about my new bike now.


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So true! Alpha (in Germany?) keeps telling SJ BMW that nobody has cracked the code and is doing flashes. SJ BMW wants a product to sell and they don't have it.

Got my plug and play ecu from @BMW_388 Thursday. Installed it today and rode straight to SJ BMW to see Teach McNeil. Was in Race mode Pro 2 with experimental settings for the street. TC was at 4 but was intervening between 9.5K and 10K in 3rd on the freeway. Turned off TC, saw approximately 15 minutes of the first show. Gave my key to Cory Call our resident expert racer. He didn't even do his full test loop. He just rode around the block. I watched him wheelie for at least a block of his ride. He came back saying OMG. Night and day difference. Next up Willie, former master tech and current GM said the same. He has substantial time at Sonoma and Laguna on a stock 2020. For my ride home, I went McKee, Hamilton, Junction and Mines Road. Most enjoyable street ride in a long time.

The bike is a monster when on the gas 6K and above in any gear.



Just substitute 2020 S1000RR in place of 1290 R Super Duke and that's how I feel about my new bike now.


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AWESOME TO HEAR! Super jealous right now.... I have a track day at Thunderhill 5 Mile and I wish I could ride mine like it was meant to be.
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So true! Alpha (in Germany?) keeps telling SJ BMW that nobody has cracked the code and is doing flashes. SJ BMW wants a product to sell and they don't have it.

Got my plug and play ecu from @BMW_388 Thursday. Installed it today and rode straight to SJ BMW to see Teach McNeil. Was in Race mode Pro 2 with experimental settings for the street. TC was at 4 but was intervening between 9.5K and 10K in 3rd on the freeway. Turned off TC, saw approximately 15 minutes of the first show. Gave my key to Cory Call our resident expert racer. He didn't even do his full test loop. He just rode around the block. I watched him wheelie for at least a block of his ride. He came back saying OMG. Night and day difference. Next up Willie, former master tech and current GM said the same. He has substantial time at Sonoma and Laguna on a stock 2020. For my ride home, I went McKee, Hamilton, Junction and Mines Road. Most enjoyable street ride in a long time.

The bike is a monster when on the gas 6K and above in any gear.



Just substitute 2020 S1000RR in place of 1290 R Super Duke and that's how I feel about my new bike now.


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SJ BMW sounds pretty incompetent...

MAX BMW created a fix for the issue weeks ago, which means BMW will not come out with a "fix" of their own for those holding out.

Glad the hacked ECU seems to be making you happy with the bike
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Max? We havenít heard about this yet..
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SJ BMW sounds pretty incompetent...

MAX BMW created a fix for the issue weeks ago, which means BMW will not come out with a "fix" of their own for those holding out.

Glad the hacked ECU seems to be making you happy with the bike
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Track Day 07_20_19 Cresson TEXAS

When to the track 1 week ago to shake down the new 2020 and what I needed to improve on. All I really ended up doing was programming other peoples ECU, and installing 2 Akra Full Exhaust on 2020's for the 1 week. I wanted to adjust rear height, replace the clip ons so I could adjust them in, drop the front gear to a 15, install the full Akra system. Well, all I got to do was install my full Akra system. However, so worth it on this XWORKS ECU. The shift cam really does work, and the pull all the way to 14,595 is awesome.

My warm up session I paced around at 1:24's. Came in and check pressures off the track, helped work on other people's bikes mostly. Next session I ramp'ed it to 1:22's . Now that pace is my K46 usual lap times with a PB at 1:21 on the K46 back in 2016 just after I added RCK3/HP power kit and started working with the DDC extensively. My next session out I was chasing a guy on a full race R6 that runs 1:19's and thought the monkey see monkey do idea of speed into the corners. If you carry alot of speed into a corner, you better we ready for the lean angles associated with actually making the corner. I managed to hit 61 degrees of lean angle. Everyone brag about Marc Marquez hitting 65 degrees a couple weeks ago and surviving to make another lap. I certainly feel that feeling now having survived 61 degrees on Pirelli SC1 slicks not really designed for that much lean angle on a stock bike. I ran 1:22 on that lap so all was good.

The Akra pipe cleaned up the wheelie control alot. I am sure you are thinking how did a full exhaust help in wheelie control. The torque curve. The torque curve changed enough that it matches the wheelie control parameters of the new 6 axis IMU. All you have to do is trust it and pin it. The control of the ECU is so nice you have maximum drive all the time with the front tire just slightly off the ground.

I have the new dyno graphs from the Race company in South Carolina now also. It is difficult to compare these numbers 100% because they are 2 weeks apart in the dyno sessions, and temp and humidity always plays a big part. Then there is the bike setup back on the dyno itself. They explain to me the detail they try very hard to use the same setup parameters each time including swingarm height strapping the rear down for maximum tire contact on the dyno wheel.

This is the 3rd gear pull. The ECU is stock with the Akra exhaust on the red line. The ECU is XWORKS with the Akra on the blue line. So we can see the nice HP and torque improvement in the mid 6500 to 8000.. then the nice HP and torque improvement from 13200 to the 14595.

Enjoy it if you got it !

Look forward to helping others as the new 2020 gets those break in miles shook off and making that decision to mod something that we all wish BMW could have made the best right off.

PS, I tried to blur out my happy face in that reflection on the left side. My gosh my smile riding that bike at race pace in 100 degree temps. The tires just stuck like glue on them.



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When to the track 1 week ago to shake down the new 2020 and what I needed to improve on. All I really ended up doing was programming other peoples ECU, and installing 2 Akra Full Exhaust on 2020's for the 1 week. I wanted to adjust rear height, replace the clip ons so I could adjust them in, drop the front gear to a 15, install the full Akra system. Well, all I got to do was install my full Akra system. However, so worth it on this XWORKS ECU. The shift cam really does work, and the pull all the way to 14,595 is awesome.

My warm up session I paced around at 1:24's. Came in and check pressures off the track, helped work on other people's bikes mostly. Next session I ramp'ed it to 1:22's . Now that pace is my K46 usual lap times with a PB at 1:21 on the K46 back in 2016 just after I added RCK3/HP power kit and started working with the DDC extensively. My next session out I was chasing a guy on a full race R6 that runs 1:19's and thought the monkey see monkey do idea of speed into the corners. If you carry alot of speed into a corner, you better we ready for the lean angles associated with actually making the corner. I managed to hit 61 degrees of lean angle. Everyone brag about Marc Marquez hitting 65 degrees a couple weeks ago and surviving to make another lap. I certainly feel that feeling now having survived 61 degrees on Pirelli SC1 slicks not really designed for that much lean angle on a stock bike. I ran 1:22 on that lap so all was good.

The Akra pipe cleaned up the wheelie control alot. I am sure you are thinking how did a full exhaust help in wheelie control. The torque curve. The torque curve changed enough that it matches the wheelie control parameters of the new 6 axis IMU. All you have to do is trust it and pin it. The control of the ECU is so nice you have maximum drive all the time with the front tire just slightly off the ground.

I have the new dyno graphs from the Race company in South Carolina now also. It is difficult to compare these numbers 100% because they are 2 weeks apart in the dyno sessions, and temp and humidity always plays a big part. Then there is the bike setup back on the dyno itself. They explain to me the detail they try very hard to use the same setup parameters each time including swingarm height strapping the rear down for maximum tire contact on the dyno wheel.

This is the 3rd gear pull. The ECU is stock with the Akra exhaust on the red line. The ECU is XWORKS with the Akra on the blue line. So we can see the nice HP and torque improvement in the mid 6500 to 8000.. then the nice HP and torque improvement from 13200 to the 14595.

Enjoy it if you got it !

Look forward to helping others as the new 2020 gets those break in miles shook off and making that decision to mod something that we all wish BMW could have made the best right off.

PS, I tried to blur out my happy face in that reflection on the left side. My gosh my smile riding that bike at race pace in 100 degree temps. The tires just stuck like glue on them.



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Yet another wonderful report!
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