2020 K67 S1000RR FIXED USA ECU 2nd and 3rd Gear > Go fast now XWORKS - BMW S1000RR Forums: BMW Sportbike Forum
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post #1 of 147 (permalink) Old 06-20-2019, 05:39 PM Thread Starter
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2020 K67 S1000RR FIXED USA ECU 2nd and 3rd Gear > Go fast now XWORKS

I really do not know what else to say except that graphs prove the point.

Upper picture is STOCK ECU and how bad the dips are in the throttle body response in each gear.

2nd gear noted in graph,
3rd gear noted in graph,

Lower pictures of the XWORKS ECU code- Things it fixes
Throttle body response consistent with grip position request of power
Fluttering in the air box reduced
Part throttle first gear sputter lag smooth out
Idle is better
Vibrations at 8k reduced, but not completely gone
Wheelies in all gears now
Power is crazy in gears 2 and 3 now

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post #2 of 147 (permalink) Old 06-20-2019, 05:49 PM
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Will this void our warranties?
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Will this void our warranties?
I’m wondering the same thing. I’ll shoot a PM.
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Well done!
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You goddamn evil genius
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You goddamn evil genius
@PNorris, how dare you! Don't undercut the man...he's nothing short of a god.
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May be with an ability to get back to stock for stealer visits???!!!!! Sold then!!!!!!!!!!!
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My understanding is that dealer cannot see the difference, only thing is that it would fail epa test but those dont happen to consumers
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Dealer will see the difference if they dig into it. Both R1 and RR dealerships first thing they did was check my bikes for "flashes and programmers". A better option is having two ECUs, but they're paired to dash and keys. Which makes it more cumbersome.

Best option would be a USB cable and a way to flash ECU at home back to stock as needed.

The option I dream of is for BMW to produce a track-ready bike based on RR that's not over $25k.

Either way it's great BMW_388 unlocked this beast already so when I get my RR it's good to go.
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