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post #16 of 35 Old 12-01-2016, 05:14 PM
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Fuel injector deceleration cut is disabled to reduce engine braking.
I was close!!!! Buhahaha
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Fuel injector deceleration cut is disabled to reduce engine braking.
but muh fuel economy!
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How bad does the MPG get? someone please post up some results, I would love less engine breaking. Currently getting 40 mpg I think
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How bad does the MPG get? someone please post up some results, I would love less engine breaking. Currently getting 40 mpg I think
Maybe @jd41 can answer that one because right now I'm track only

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I was close!!!! Buhahaha
I bet you were right as well Felix. In addition to retarding fuel cut, I'll guess that they changed timing advance as well. A lot of engine braking that results from a lot of timing advance at zero throttle means better scavenging of residual gasses so is probably part of the emissions tuning required to pass specs. But it makes throttle control more twitchy then it needs to be.

The list of things from Shnitz is almost exactly what Ivan from Ivansperformanceproducts.com does for a lot of Yamaha bikes and for the Ninja 1000. Fans kicking on sooner, less engine braking, increased RPM limit, eliminates need for servo buddy, etc.... in my mind Ivan is a genius, and what he does to improve fueling and throttle is nearly legendary amongst the people who own the bikes that he works on.
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I have the Zchnitz ECU on my '13 for probably 6 months now and don't notice any difference with the MPG.
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I bet you were right as well Felix. In addition to retarding fuel cut, I'll guess that they changed timing advance as well. A lot of engine braking that results from a lot of timing advance at zero throttle means better scavenging of residual gasses so is probably part of the emissions tuning required to pass specs. But it makes throttle control more twitchy then it needs to be.

The list of things from Shnitz is almost exactly what Ivan from Ivansperformanceproducts.com does for a lot of Yamaha bikes and for the Ninja 1000. Fans kicking on sooner, less engine braking, increased RPM limit, eliminates need for servo buddy, etc.... in my mind Ivan is a genius, and what he does to improve fueling and throttle is nearly legendary amongst the people who own the bikes that he works on.
I've heard of Ivan's performance because I was looking into buying a z1000 the newer model and he had done a lot of research for those things and had put some great numbers on them!

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I haven't noticed a difference in millage, but then again I never bothered to check in the first place
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So you guys think its worth the upgrade for spirited street riding?

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So had my trackday yesterday at buttonwillow raceway and the days tempature was mid 60 pretty much all day. Bike ran cooler all day long, definitely felt less engine braking in deceleration, and I did feel the bike consistently picking up more power in the upper rpm range and noticed the bike doing small power wheelies shifting from 2-3 which I never experienced before, I've only experienced that between 1-2. I am definitely happy with the Ecu flash from Schnitz
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Good to hear. The flash was probably the cheapest and best purchase for my '13. The engine breaking is obvious because how noticeable it is. I personally feel like it just makes for smoother throttle control. I haven't used my '13 with the flashed ECU since purchasing my '09 track bike, so i have no input on how well it does at the track.
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Ok im sending off my spare ECU to get flashed just because LOL. Is it worth getting the PAIR and SERVO motor disabled? My servo motor is disconnected and I don't plan on putting PAIR block off plates any time soon.

Probably going with the $75 flash service

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