ECU Tuner near Philadelphia


#1
Looking for someone that can flash the ecu and/or only remove the restrictions if I decided to keep my Bazazz box.


Possibly in the Philly/Delaware/Jersey area.

Thanks
 

sixpack577

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#6
Thanks sixpack... Mind me asking what exactly do you do to it?
Ecu editor
Turn off lower timing restrictions(smart TRE), and turns off top speed limiter.
Remove fuel soft cut.
Set stp's to fastest opening rate in all gears and 100%fuel(not a/f maps, never touch those without a dyno).
Set fans to come on 10 degrees sooner.
Done 11 gen2's and 2 B-Kings this way, never had an issue.
Will make a noticeable difference in how responsive bike is at lower rpm's.
You can use your Bazazz box for the air/fuel.

Otherwise, an ecu dyno tuner will make the above changes along with the tune.
 
#7
Ecu editor
Turn off lower timing restrictions(smart TRE), and turns off top speed limiter.
Remove fuel soft cut.
Set stp's to fastest opening rate in all gears and 100%fuel(not a/f maps, never touch those without a dyno).
Set fans to come on 10 degrees sooner.
Done 11 gen2's and 2 B-Kings this way, never had an issue.
Will make a noticeable difference in how responsive bike is at lower rpm's.
You can use your Bazazz box for the air/fuel.

Otherwise, an ecu dyno tuner will make the above changes along with the tune.
Thanks sixpack I'll probably send you a pm soon.
 

04LE

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#8
If you near west chester I can removed the restrictions as well. Just ride over hook up 2 wires and then press some buttons.
 

Poppy

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#9
Besides the obvious re: speed limiter, timing restriction, and the earlier fan engagement...is it worth it to perform the other items for a stock engine? I'm contemplating this.....

Ecu editor
Turn off lower timing restrictions(smart TRE), and turns off top speed limiter.
Remove fuel soft cut.
Set stp's to fastest opening rate in all gears and 100%fuel(not a/f maps, never touch those without a dyno).
Set fans to come on 10 degrees sooner.
Done 11 gen2's and 2 B-Kings this way, never had an issue.
Will make a noticeable difference in how responsive bike is at lower rpm's.
You can use your Bazazz box for the air/fuel.

Otherwise, an ecu dyno tuner will make the above changes along with the tune.
 

sixpack577

Top Gun
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#10
Besides the obvious re: speed limiter, timing restriction, and the earlier fan engagement...is it worth it to perform the other items for a stock engine? I'm contemplating this.....
The stp adjustment, yes. You'll be able to tell the difference.
The fuel soft cut, depends. Some bikes, depending on exhaust may be able to continue to make hp past the stock soft cut limiter. Once the softcut is removed the rev limit goes up around 600rpm(can be set higher if an engine was built to where it needed it).
If not, most riders will be able to tell when they are revving the engine and need to shift.
The fuel hard cut remains, so you still have a rev limiter.
 

Poppy

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#11
Thanks for the information! The technology is very interesting and I've just now started to read up on it a little.
 
#12
I can't find it but it should be tagged. There is a list of tuners and locations somewhere. Maybe I missed it. Anyway doing a search on the internet I found Karns in Mechanicsburg Pa.

Tuning Centers | MotorSport ECU Tuning | Flashing | Remapping | Chip Tuning – ECUnleashed Tuning Technology: The Go To…To Go Fast Company

Scroll down to find it.
quit giving incorrect info.
MOTOMUMMY IS NOT A TUNING CENTER:banghead:
remember over 75% of these shops pay to be listed
 

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