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post #31 of 65 Old 12-11-2012, 02:47 PM
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How the hell did you read that so fast?
Flashed his brain's ECU? I hear Bazzazz does that, now, too..

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You won't get 15hp just from a custom map unless your bike's fueling is fcuked. We're talking cams, pipe, ignition aswell. It's a small engine remember and anything over 10hp is a good increase.
I'm also talking kit ecu & the figures depend on who tunes & where you start.

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You won't get 15hp just from a custom map unless your bike's fueling is fcuked. We're talking cams, pipe, ignition aswell. It's a small engine remember and anything over 10hp is a good increase.
I'm also talking kit ecu & the figures depend on who tunes & where you start.
I'm not saying 15bhp just from a map.. You said 10bhp with exhaust, air filter, kit ecu, bazzaz, etc but all with a standard map... with a custom map you can gain 2-5bhp so a maximum of 15bhp gain including a custom map?
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^ Don't see why not, important to get cams timed + ignition map (easy on kit ecu)
Didn't want you to get wrong idea about numbers.
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I just learned something reading this. Thank you for sharing.

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I get it dont worry so im probably looking at 10-12bhp with flashed ECU (instead of kit ECU) + piggyback module along with exhaust, air filter, etc...?

Would this be the same sprt of figures as on a 2009-2012 ZX6R?

If i get one come spring time youll have to show me round some of the new forest roads!!
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If you buy an ecu off me I'll hold your hand at the same time.
Probably same numbers ish.
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You got a shop/tuning shop or something?
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Nah, just sell kit parts as & when I find them.

You got something against grown men holding hands?
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Oh fair enough.. I'm not even sure if I'm going to buy the ZX6R or not yet. Really unsure. I love the bike (2009-2012) but Im gonna be paying more than 3x what I pay currently for my SV650S and I don't know if I can really afford it. My wallet will be much more full if I stick with the SV for one more year then get the Ninja when I'm 20

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It's all about enjoying riding and you can't do that skint.
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Good point, well made !! I figure that £550 Fully comp for the SV vs. £860 TPFT + £2500 finance isn't really much of a decision if I take my heart out of the equation and think with my head..
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Right now reflashing si something you have to send your ECU out to get done. No one offers a DIY reflash kit, at least not that I've seen. Except Triumph kinda; with TuneECU anyone can modify the parameters in their OEM Triumph ECU.
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Firstly, good write up EvilTwin!

My name is Justin from Woolich Racing

Woolich Racing offers do it yourself ECU flashing kits for the following Kawasaki Models:

ZX6R: 2005-2012
ZX6RR: 2005-2006
ZX10R: 2006-2013
ZX14: 2006-2011
ZX14R: 2006-2013

ECU Flashing Products - Suzuki Kawasaki Yamaha - Woolich Racing

We sell the complete kits with everything you need to flash your bike including interface, harness and bin file definitions for use in the Woolich Racing Tuned software. So you no longer have to send in your ECU to be reflashed as our products are generally priced less that the cost of a send in service!

There is no restriction on the number of bikes you flash with our products and one kit will allow you to flash as many bikes as you want, so it works out particularily cost effective if you are a tuning shop/dealer or you have a few mates with the same bike. The Interfaces themselves are common across models so you generally only need a different harness and bin file definition to flash a different model, (i.e. you dont need to purchase a new interface for every different model)

Features vary depending on model but below are some of the common features available
- IAP Fuel Maps
- TPS Fuel Maps
- Ignition Maps
- Secondary Throttle Plate Maps
- RPM Limiter
- Exhaust Valve Opening Maps (where available)
- Remove Top Speed Limiters (where available)
- Disable O2 Sensor (where available)

We also have extensive support for Suzuki bikes, more details are available on our web site
ECU Flashing Products - Suzuki Kawasaki Yamaha - Woolich Racing


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Nothing for my 03 636 race bike, how unfortunate.


If you want the breakdown on fuel management systems, take some time to read this thread.
For a walk through on pulling FI Codes, check out this thread.
Questions about Flashed ECUs vs. Fuel Controllers? Try this one.
Got a Z-Fi TC System? Read This to get an idea of how it works.
Here's a link to some Kawasaki Service Manuals that I've got hosted for everyone's use.
And please check out my blog for more sage advice and technical ramblings.
Some basics about braking here.
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Nothing for my 03 636 race bike, how unfortunate.
We have the bin files and definitions for this model ready to roll, we will be looking to implement it in the Woolich Racing Tuned software in the future based on demand, we have not had too many inquiries about this year model to date.


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