ECU Remap

So why ECU remap a bike that should be perfect out of the box? Because they often aren’t, and it’s not the manufacturer’s fault…

0 Comments Posted August 21st, 2017 in ECU Remap.

So why should you have to spend money remapping your bike’s ECU – shouldn’t it be perfect straight out of the dealer? Er, well no. It could be – and some are – but generally a manufacturer builds an engine, V-twin, triple, four with all the power and torque you could ever want and then […]

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Suzuki GSX-S1000S ECU remap – stock it’s not good. Add an end-can and it gets worse… **With owner’s thoughts**

0 Comments Posted August 18th, 2017 in ECU Remap, Suzuki.

The Suzuki GSX-S1000S should be a great bike as it’s powered by an engine we love, but to be honest stock they’re absolutely sh**e, with huge problems… The moment the standard (heavy) under slung exhaust box/can is removed the engine’s hunting and coughing and spluttering gets much worse. Officially, the bike hasn’t a problem. Unofficially Suzuki […]

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2014 Ducati Multistrada ECU remap for a smoothed out power delivery

0 Comments Posted August 16th, 2017 in Ducati, ECU Remap.

There are several ways of attacking an ECU remap for a Ducati Multistrada; you can go through and change the fuelling and ignition tables and call it a job but we’ve found that the throttle maps are key to getting it right. There are 4 modes, Sport, Touring, Urban and Enduro. Urban and Enduro are […]

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Yamaha MT-10 ECU remap to get A, B and Standard modes working as they should!

0 Comments Posted August 14th, 2017 in ECU Remap, Yamaha.

Yamaha’s MT-10 is proving a very popular bike for us to ECU remap, and we’ve had a lot of the SPs and standard versions through our workshop door. They’re emissioned-up to the eyeballs – especially the later ones – and first thing we have to do is go in and switch all the interference off. […]

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ECU remapping: what we do, why we do it, price guide and the bikes we can (and can’t) remap at the moment

2 Comments Posted August 11th, 2017 in ECU Remap.

In the old days (actually, not that long ago) we changed the jetting in carbs to suit engine fuelling after modifications. The legislation was less restrictive too but now when computers run our lives (and bikes) life is a little more complicated when it comes to sorting engines. Over the last few years the line-up of ECUs […]

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2017 ZZR1400 ECU remap – noisy, but 200bhp at the back wheel not to be sneezed at!

0 Comments Posted August 9th, 2017 in ECU Remap, Kawasaki.

Blimey, this thing was noisy! It may have made our ears bleed but did end up making 200bhp by the time we’d finished the ECU remap… Obviously, the owner had made major changes to the exhaust system, with Akra’ headers and custom (noisy) end can and the remap was essential because the fuelling was way […]

Suzuki GSX-R1000L7 ECU remap – with a full system 185bhp to just shy of 200bhp and all restrictions dealt with!

0 Comments Posted August 7th, 2017 in ECU Remap, Suzuki.

We’ve run both models of new GSX-R now – the standard and the R – and they share a giant EURO4 exhaust end-can, which is horrendously restrictive. Obviously on looks alone they’re headed for the skip but this is also a good thing because it is holding the engine back. We’ve just ECU remapped a bike […]

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Triumph Thunderbird ECU remap – putting the throttle back in the rider’s hand!

0 Comments Posted August 4th, 2017 in ECU Remap, Triumph.

This T-Bird had been big bored to 1700cc, and the owner wanted the fuelling and speed restrictions sorted out via an ECU remap. The important thing for this particular bike as well was to pay attention to the cross over map from the Manifold Air Pressure (MAP) map to the main throttle position table. This […]

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2012 Suzuki GSX1250FA ECU remap – 98 to 112bhp with a solid top-end power delivery

0 Comments Posted July 31st, 2017 in ECU Remap, Suzuki.

The GSX1250FA arrives a very restricted motorcycle – it’s a one market model so its power is managed down to suit the lowest regional restrictions and left at that. Having said all that (and much like the old 1200 Bandit) when its engine is unleashed via the ECU and an end-can there’s a genuine extra […]

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Yamaha R1 and R1M ECU remap – sort the on/off throttle power delivery with the option to activate the autoblipper and race tools

0 Comments Posted July 28th, 2017 in ECU Remap, Yamaha.

There’s a queue of Yamaha R1s and R1Ms at our door waiting for their ECUs to be remapped. In all fairness Yamaha have improved the mapping on later bikes but it can be made better still – especially if you’ve a full exhaust system onboard, because we can switch off all the emissions rubbish and […]

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