2012 Kawasaki Z750R: Power Commander PC V fit and setup to suit Stage 2 air filter lid

0 Comments Posted February 14th, 2018 in ECU Remap, Kawasaki.

We couldn’t ECU remap this Z750R – which is always our first choice – so had to fit a PC V to sort the fuelling out. Truthfully, we were a bit disappointed because without access to the ECU we can’t deal with any restrictions as part of the job; with a Power Commander everything is […]

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Kawasaki ZZR1400 – ECU remapped when brand new, back for a tweak now it’s done some miles…

0 Comments Posted January 4th, 2018 in ECU Remap, Kawasaki.

A lovely couple own this ZZR… as we’ve said before engines change with miles. When we ECU remap a brand new bike – as this one was, with 600 miles on the clock – then we have to dial in more fuel because it’s tight, and working harder against itself than it will be once […]

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Kawasaki ZZR1400 returns with a new owner.

0 Comments Posted December 21st, 2017 in ECU Remap, Kawasaki.

We first saw this 2012 Kawasaki ZZR1400, back in 2014 when a previous owner booked it in to have the ecu re-mapped. At that time the only changes that had been made was the standard air filter had been swapped for a BMC, but the exhausts remained standard. (Original graph attached) Now the new owner purchased […]

2014 Kawasaki ZZR1400 ECU remap – ridden to Peterborough all the way from Scotland!

0 Comments Posted December 11th, 2017 in ECU Remap, Kawasaki.

We do like the ZZR1400. And we’ve ECU remapped a lot of ‘em. The really good thing about the ZZR is it starts out phenomenal out of the box – so you may well ask why bother? Until, that is you ride a stocker back to back with one we’ve worked on. The engine becomes this […]

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

0 Comments Posted October 16th, 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 […]

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Kawasaki models added to the ECU re-mapping list!

2 Comments Posted October 18th, 2016 in ECU Remap, Kawasaki.

UPDATE! Kawasaki models recently added to the list of bikes we are able to re-map through the ECU: Versys 650/Versys 1000 2015 and 2016. Remapping costs are £325.00+vat.

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Kawasaki ZX-10R ECU remap after Power Commander removal – an owner emails his thoughts…

Posted May 25th, 2016 in ECU Remap, Kawasaki, Owner's Words.

Kawasaki’s ZX-10R is a monster of a motorcycle – but it can be made better. And an ECU remap matched to a ‘long’ end-can and free-flowing air filter go a long way to making the bike much more rideable. And can deliver over 190bhp at the rear wheel. Owner Matthew brought his machine in for […]

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Kawasaki ZX-10R track bike fork strip, rebuild and set up, ignition switch remount plus ECU remap

Posted May 4th, 2016 in ECU Remap, Kawasaki.

This Kwak’ ZX-10R track bike had been through the hands of several people who, basically, had mauled it with mole grips. We started by going into the ECU and switching off everything not needed (the immobiliser etc) which meant we could then remove the ignition barrel and perform a remap. We added a normal kill […]

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Kawasaki ZX10R 2016 update!

2 Comments Posted April 15th, 2016 in Advice, Kawasaki.

The improved 2016 Kawasaki ZX10R, unfortunately has to adhere to Euro 4 emissions rules and has been restricted in the mid range with the fly by wire throttle set up. We can remap the bike and remove the restriction, along with switching on the auto blipper, to aid down changes. With the ecu re-map, we […]

2014 Kawasaki ZZR1400 ECU remap – like an electric motor with 202bhp at the rear wheel. EEK!

Posted March 23rd, 2016 in ECU Remap, Kawasaki.

These bikes never cease to amaze us. The Kawasaki ZZR14 is a true monster – especially once it’s been uncorked through its ECU. Awesome. But before we work on the ECU we have to close off the secondary air and disconnect the lambda sensor, then switch off all the interference in the ECU. Once we’ve […]

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