Author ECU remap for North American owners  (Read 55812 times)

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    Re: ECU remap for North American owners
    Reply #80 on: June 12, 2023, 03:51:00 am
    June 12, 2023, 03:51:00 am
    *Originally Posted by tatane [+]
    Nice. How many WHP did you get?
    129 bhp / 57.7 lb/ft, tuner said my slicks cost ~3bhp.  My bike also has 5600 track miles but the tuner said it's pretty close to what he's seen on lower mileage D765s.  Stock intake and stock header with Arrow slip-on showed ~118 whp.  The more important part (to me) is how linear and smooth the delivery is.  It was great before, now it's better. 
    .  At my fastest track, I'm seeing 145 mph top speeds versus 140 on the front straight pre-headers/tune/stacks.
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    Re: ECU remap for North American owners
    Reply #81 on: June 12, 2023, 01:56:13 pm
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    *Originally Posted by aardvark9 [+]
    129 bhp / 57.7 lb/ft, tuner said my slicks cost ~3bhp.  My bike also has 5600 track miles but the tuner said it's pretty close to what he's seen on lower mileage D765s.  Stock intake and stock header with Arrow slip-on showed ~118 whp.  The more important part (to me) is how linear and smooth the delivery is.  It was great before, now it's better. 
    .  At my fastest track, I'm seeing 145 mph top speeds versus 140 on the front straight pre-headers/tune/stacks.
    Very nice  :028: :028: :028:

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    Re: ECU remap for North American owners
    Reply #82 on: December 02, 2023, 11:04:51 pm
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     I read the thread and BrenTune got some airplay but them died away. Am I correct in saying that a simple tuning option has not been discovered? I've come from a few RSV4's and there were great options with Guzzidiag or Gabro maps. I've also had a few of the earlier D675's and that was also pretty simple with Tune ECU. Where to from here?

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    Re: ECU remap for North American owners
    Reply #83 on: December 03, 2023, 02:26:10 am
    December 03, 2023, 02:26:10 am
    *Originally Posted by Saul [+]
    I read the thread and BrenTune got some airplay but them died away. Am I correct in saying that a simple tuning option has not been discovered? I've come from a few RSV4's and there were great options with Guzzidiag or Gabro maps. I've also had a few of the earlier D675's and that was also pretty simple with Tune ECU. Where to from here?

    TuneECU works perfectly. 2 Wheel Dynoworks in Washington did mine.

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    Re: ECU remap for North American owners
    Reply #84 on: December 03, 2023, 04:28:32 am
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    Ok thank you. Did you put her on the dyno to ensure it was not running lean?

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    Re: ECU remap for North American owners
    Reply #85 on: December 03, 2023, 07:49:14 am
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    Yup, standard fare for dyno tuning with any decent shop. 

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    Re: ECU remap for North American owners
    Reply #86 on: December 15, 2023, 04:19:37 am
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    Looks like Woolich just added support for the 20-23 Street Triples. I'd imagine it would work for the Daytona as well.

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    Re: ECU remap for North American owners
    Reply #87 on: February 12, 2024, 04:02:34 pm
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    What adapter cable do we need for the OBDLink LX Bluetooth OBD2?
    Thanks

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    Re: ECU remap for North American owners
    Reply #88 on: February 12, 2024, 04:24:06 pm
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    What adapter cable do we need for the OBDLink LX Bluetooth OBD2?
    Thanks

    You don't need an adapter cable. It connects via Bluetooth. Bike has an OBD2 port by the battery.