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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-15-2019, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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Is there a good place or thread to read about tunes effects on the electronics? I'm a track day guy and really like the DTC, I'd like to get a tune to enhance its effectiveness. I know that many tune companies tweak the way the systems work but all the info is kinda over whelming. Also RSK is talked about a lot but I still don't have a firm grasp on that either.

Lastly are there any posts about how to use the systems to your advantage?

By the way I have a 2010 machine.

Maybe I can make this easier. I'm just looking to optimize the bikes functions for track purposes. I'm not an engineer and don't want to screw the bike up. The more I read the more I'm led to believe I should have gotten a new bike but I got what I can afford so I'll have to do the best I can with that.

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I read some of your previous posts. I am guessing you have a 2011? that is a 388 ECU.

It is called RCK2 enable / HP power kit enable that is available for your ECU.

I will send you a PM with some further details.
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Is there a good place or thread to read about tunes effects on the electronics? I'm a track day guy and really like the DTC, I'd like to get a tune to enhance its effectiveness. I know that many tune companies tweak the way the systems work but all the info is kinda over whelming. Also RSK is talked about a lot but I still don't have a firm grasp on that either.

Lastly are there any posts about how to use the systems to your advantage?
Have a look at RS2E de guys. They modify ECU for German IDM championship and tune things like TC, wheelie control.
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-16-2019, 12:18 AM Thread Starter
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RS2E seems like a great solution. From what I've found I think that RCK2 is maybe a little over my head/more than I want to take on. Though being able to change the tire size isn't a bad thing to have.

I'm not to worried about not having the most powerful bike on the track so the best bike on the dyno doesn't really do much for me. A smooth running and operating bike that is "easier" to ride is my number one interest.
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