KTM

KTM, Suzuki, Ducati and Triumph owners email their thoughts on the difference our ECU remap has made…

0 Comments Posted March 8th, 2017 in Ducati, ECU Remap, KTM, Suzuki, Triumph.

Our customers, on the whole, love their bikes (which is why they bring ’em to us…) and are also a literate bunch! Which is useful, because feedback – good or bad – is useful. What follows is a small selection of owners’ collective thoughts on their Ducati Scrambler, KTM 990 Adventure, Triumph Bonnie and Suzuki […]

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KTM 990 Adventure ECU remap – they still keep coming!

2 Comments Posted February 17th, 2017 in ECU Remap, KTM.

The endless stream of KTMs that come to us for an ECU remap shows no sign of stopping, even after all these years – we didn’t know they’d made so many! Anyway, the owner of this one was, shall we say, disappointed with just how snatchy the power delivery of his bike was. It was […]

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KTM RC8R ECU remap recheck after burnt out spark plugs cause misfire

0 Comments Posted October 19th, 2016 in ECU Remap, KTM.

Now this RC8R has already had an ECU remap but was back because it developed a problem… it started missing, coughing and spluttering. It did feel like it was jumping out of gear and we feared the worse (RC8R boxes aren’t the strongest) but it turned out to be a simple case of burnt out […]

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KTM 990 Adventure ECU remap for off-road use – an engine as soft as a kitten’s mittens…

1 Comment Posted October 5th, 2016 in ECU Remap, KTM.

The owner of this KTM Adventure came down and didn’t come down with a load of the usual complaints – snatchy bottom end etc – but had a brief: he was going to do a lot of off-road on it, and could we sort it out. We’ve had quite a few of this type of […]

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KTM 990 Adventure ECU remap – an owner emails his thoughts

Posted June 15th, 2016 in ECU Remap, KTM, Owner's Words.

Switchy throttle feel, plus awkward low speed performance? That’s the original equipment KTM behaviour! As ever with one of these we started by switching off the lambda and SAI, then spent a lot of time sorting the ignition and secondary butterfly maps, where a lot of the problem lies. We’ve ECU remapped probably 100s of these […]

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KTM 990 Adventure ECU remap – an owner’s thoughts after a month in Morocco

Posted May 6th, 2016 in ECU Remap, KTM, Owner's Words.

The great thing about an ECU remap is that the owner gets to decide how they want their engine to behave; the KTM 990 Adventure is a case in point. Most owners just want a smoother power delivery to make part throttle and roll-on acceleration easier. But some actually do go off-road, and need to […]

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KTM Duke 690 race cam fit and ECU remap – 70bhp at the rear wheel and smooth as silk…

Posted April 25th, 2016 in ECU Remap, KTM.

The owner of this KTM Duke went to his dealer and asked if they could supply him with the race cam. Of course said they could supply and fit it but as he knew full well he was going to have to get a proper ECU remap afterwards he contacted us. And we offered to […]

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2008 KTM 990SM ECU remap – “make it more rider friendly, or it’s sold…!”

Posted March 18th, 2016 in ECU Remap, KTM.

Business as usual for this SM’s ECU remap (and owners of all the 990 KTMs are queuing up at the door for the same) as the request was simply “Make it more rider friendly!” And it’s the same old story for all of ‘em – the emissions control of the engine is overpowering the bottom end […]

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Want to take your KTM 990 Adventure properly off-road? There’s an ECU remap for just that…

Posted January 4th, 2016 in ECU Remap, KTM.

The great thing about an ECU remap is that the owner gets to decide how they want their engine to behave; the KTM 990 Adventure is a case in point. Most owners just want a smoother power delivery to make part throttle and roll-on acceleration easier. But some actually do go off-road, and need to […]

KTM 690 Duke ECU remap for smoother throttle control around busy London streets…

Posted December 9th, 2015 in ECU Remap, KTM.

Oh dear. The owner of this KTM 690 Duke had previously parked a carb’d version in his garage, and wasn’t overly pleased with the feel of the new bike. He rides it in London, to and from work (he’d put high bars on it to stop clouting SUV car door mirrors…) but wanted the throttle feel […]