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post #21 of 143 (permalink) Old 06-24-2019, 02:09 PM
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BrenTuning has a place marker but no available products.
bren just got their s1k so it will be awhile before they have anything.
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There might be a shop here or there that could flash it, but none of the standard companies have a flash tune or piggy back product available for purchase as of today. Alpha, Bazzaz, and DynoJet dont even have a K67 page listed. BrenTuning has a place marker but no available products. BMW_388 is the only individual I am aware of that has made any ground with the new ECU and has offered his services. Even then, I don't think he has full access to the mapping as of yet.
Also, this true?! I know you said all gears, but I figured the focus of that statement referred to the previously lackluster 2nd and 3rd gears.
I have the full exhaust tune for the ECU. Its a long story on what I have so it is not information for release. I have now tested the coding about 200 miles with the stock exhaust, and I really wanted the Arrow Exhaust solution but they do not answer my ETA questions in emails so far. So I was waiting on it to test with before I start indicating I have the additional full tune solution.

Alpha Germany wants to sell you a ECU , Motec cluster, and wiring harness solution. That is $5000, and the wiring harness is not available still so you will really be a preorder / back order.

I have already explained in the K46 / K67 difference thread that BAZZZ and Power Commander are having to remake wiring harness for sure, and maybe even the PC boards inside the piggy back boxes. The injectors in the throttle bodies are completely different in the connections. I have not tried to research the exact injector it is, but it may even need a completely different electronics driver on the PCB. That is a huge amount of work for even a company like DynoJet.

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I have the full exhaust tune for the ECU. Its a long story on what I have so it is not information for release. I have now tested the coding about 200 miles with the stock exhaust, and I really wanted the Arrow Exhaust solution but they do not answer my ETA questions in emails so far. So I was waiting on it to test with before I start indicating I have the additional full tune solution.

Alpha Germany wants to sell you a ECU , Motec cluster, and wiring harness solution. That is $5000, and the wiring harness is not available still so you will really be a preorder / back order.

I have already explained in the K46 / K67 difference thread that BAZZZ and Power Commander are having to remake wiring harness for sure, and maybe even the PC boards inside the piggy back boxes. The injectors in the throttle bodies are completely different in the connections. I have not tried to research the exact injector it is, but it may even need a completely different electronics driver on the PCB. That is a huge amount of work for even a company like DynoJet.
Now you're talking. Looking forward to updates from you.
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As I said, nothing available as of now.

@BMW_388, I apologize if I misspoke, I've seen some posts where you have requested user's PM you regarding your XWORKS coding, I wrongly assumed aspects of it were available. Conversely, I don't remember the exact verbiage, but I saw you mention it's highly confidential as members in the past have stolen the fruits of your labors. I don't code, so forgive my ignorance, but couldn't you encrypt your coding the same ways OEM's do, but with an independent algorithm? Lastly, whats the word on these 6th gear powa whoolies?
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I just went out and did my 2nd test on top end speed on the cluster. its 193MPH. That is the 2nd time I have hit 193 and it is all will go. My K46 would go 196, so i guess not too bad. The bike gets the front tire too much up in the air at these speeds. The front needs to be strapped down just a bit to be more stable.

I dont own a GoPro so no video unfortunately.

Ok, I just downloaded the datalogger data so I will update how the numbers come up in Stock ECU vs XWORKS

STOCK ECU > CLUSTER Reads 186 MPH top speed is all it will go. I hit it twice.
267KM on Datalogger which showed 166MPH on datalogger too.
179 MPH on the STI Laptimer

XWORKS ECU > CLUSTER Reads 193 MPH top speed is all it will go. I hit it twice.
288KM on the DataLogger which also showed 179MPH
186 on the STI Laptimer

Just for bragging rights, I did a K46 RCK3 / HP power kit'ed ECU in Florida that does that roll on 1 mile top speed deal. He was stuck at 196 too and with my ECU flash, it went 205MPH he indicated. The K46 needs alot more aero to be much faster top speed.

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I would donate my stock exhaust to you for the cause if i had my bike.
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I just went out and did my 2nd test on top end speed on the cluster. its 193MPH. That is the 2nd time I have hit 193 and it is all will go. My K46 would go 196, so i guess not too bad. The bike gets the front tire too much up in the air at these speeds. The front needs to be strapped down just a bit to be more stable.
So.... you are saying you just did a 193mph wheelie... and then went and did it again?
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I just went out and did my 2nd test on top end speed on the cluster. its 193MPH. That is the 2nd time I have hit 193 and it is all will go. My K46 would go 196, so i guess not too bad. The bike gets the front tire too much up in the air at these speeds. The front needs to be strapped down just a bit to be more stable.
I'd prefer it if someone came out with a race fairing with a little more down force. Maybe even wings. Do you think the extremely short (height wise) windscreen has anything to do with the lower top speed. Even with my chin on the tank my helmet is a few inches above the screen. There is nothing to tuck in under. The only other 2020 owner I know already purchased BMW's taller windscreen.
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Everyone needs to pitch in some coin and get @BMW_388 some steakhouse gift cards. I don't think many realize how much time and effort he has sunk into developing the K46 and K67 flashes.

Some might say, well he makes $ selling them. I think you would be surprised in how much money he has invested in hardware for these endeavors just to make sure we have good clean flashes. Where are the competitors??? Remember who actually did the legwork first....
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I'd prefer it if someone came out with a race fairing with a little more down force. Maybe even wings. Do you think the extremely short (height wise) windscreen has anything to do with the lower top speed. Even with my chin on the tank my helmet is a few inches above the screen. There is nothing to tuck in under. The only other 2020 owner I know already purchased BMW's taller windscreen.

At 191 it stumbled to get to 193. The worse problem of course is the road in the middle of almost no where I go to and make this 1 mile high speed run. Its straight, but is sure not smooth. I pulled the front wheel today and rebalanced the assembly. This helped a little in feel at least. I put less than an ounce straight across from the TPMS stem.

The power on this engine at 12K is really good up to the 14000 and the ECU is allowing to 14695 soft banging. Quite the better feel as to how the K46 banged the limiter.

I never actually hit the limiter in 6th gear. I was running out of road, and the front was just moving around to much. Pull the mirrors, strap the front down at least 1 inch, slightly taller wind screen, and for me, clip ons that get your wrists and shoulders tucked in better. I hate the angle of these clip ons right now. I have not been to the track yet to see if there is some benefit there over the K46 position and better tuck. Anyway, might see 196-198 on the cluster with some aero improvements.
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