ECU Flashing

5 Май 2015 | Author: | Комментарии к записи ECU Flashing отключены
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Would you like to tune aspect of your Hayabusa’s FI

Would you like to free up on your bike by removing electronic components?

Would you to stop cutting and splicing your harness to install new

Then ECU Flashing may just be for

Your Suzuki Hayabusa ECU has many racing ECU features in, just waiting for you to tune. a Boost by Smith interface you can now your bike to it’s capacity. This includes the vacuum area maps, TPS ignition maps, making engine run very smoothly cruising, and put down as much hp to the ground as possible.

With our interface you can also engine sensor data to correct operation of vacuum, air, temperature, tps, position etc. sensors a laptop connected. Previously all of was available only for technical with a strong do it yourself but by making this re-flashing for you we have tried to bring new technology to everyone.

I build the interface that will you to use PetriK’s free software he has provided all of us with to tune our through the ECU. If you are a do-it-yourself-er are schematics posted on the hack to build your own hardware What I offer is a clean that has been tested to shipping, with written videos, and tech support.

The I am offering is about a 10 minute

Insert 2 pins into empty locations on your ECU

Insert 2 pins into empty locations on your plug connector under the

Plug the USB cable into computer, plug the flashing box the Yosh and SDS connectors under the and you are ready to go!

The box doesn’t stay on the so you can tune all of these attributes and not any additional boxes on the bike installed.

Requires not 1 single splice.

That’s it! Now just the software, open up a base and you are ready to start unlocking the potential of your Gen II Hayabusa.

PetriK has blessed us with software called ECU EDITOR 2.0 allows an enormous amount of parameters, all with our stock Hayabusa ECU. The software is for download at

Some of the include:

Ability to view all data with a laptop

Ability to clear fault

Ability to change fueling (both IAP and TPS maps) for better, precise tuning than systems.

Ability to change maps (you can add timing in the gears like a TRE does messing up your gear fuel curves)

Increase factory rev limiter (current supports up to 12,500 RPM)

Remove the 6th gear speed with the click of a button

to dis-able soft cut limiters can burn up your NOS or Turbo hard-cut shuts all injectors vs just a couple.

Turn ECU into an ignition / fuel box for use with an air/co2 shifter. Gen 2 can utilize gear based kill times (different time for each gear)

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map selection for NOS, different boost levels, fuel etc

Import maps from fuel tuning devices phase right now)

stock map sensor with GM 3 bar for referenced fueling for turbo

Disable O2 sensor, pair IAT sensor for dyno tuning

Ability to tune secondary blade opening (don’t those secondary flies you loose hp)

NOW AVAILABLE: ECU controlled gear based Nitrous/Fuel/Ignition Rate Control. for

This works on Bking as though at the moment doesn’t as many features (B-king you can map fueling, increase rev limiter, use ecu as box, dis-able exup, O2 sensor, pair valve)

As of 07-08 GSXR1000 Functionality for mapping, de-restriction, limiter added, more features to soon like shift etc.

Ability to datalog all ECU with laptop connected and use program to tune your

*There are new features and options being added. Visit the ECU forum at CLICK-HERE for more or with specific questions flashing ECU’s.

This is a list of ECU tuners in the by no means is it all in-clusive, there are more out there


Gen 1 2 Flashing Tutorial Below

More Advanced Tuning using MS feature, wot,etc.

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