Suzuki

Suzuki GSX-R1000L7 ECU remap after fitment of full Arrow system and BMC filter – 10bhp gain and no loss of bottom or midrange!

0 Comments Posted April 2nd, 2018 in ECU Remap, Suzuki.

This is Trevor’s bike – a regular customer – and he brought it in for a full sort out; Arrow system, BMC filter then an ECU remap. Now the L7 (as has been much discussed in the press) simply doesn’t make the peak horsepower numbers that the ZX-10R and S1000RR do. They’re about 8-10bhp shy […]

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BSD Engineering Suzuki GSX-R1000K5 cylinder head skim as part of a rebuild/tune

0 Comments Posted March 26th, 2018 in BSD Engineering, Suzuki.

Here at BSD we build an awful lot of GSX-R engines. Mainly the injected ones, though we still work on carb’d versions now and again. With the later injected motors some remain in a bike chassis, but a lot are for racing cars. The rebuilds focus on cylinder head work. Depending on what condition the […]

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Suzuki GSX-R1000K5-K8 complete BSD Engineering heavy duty gearbox for engines used in cars

0 Comments Posted February 9th, 2018 in BSD Engineering, Heavy duty gearbox, Suzuki.

The reason we started to develop a gearbox specifically for GSX-R engines used in car chassis is that the choices – close ratio or standard – were obviously tailored to motorcycles. And because we got involved, quite early on, tuning GSX-R lumps for car use (track or road fun) it soon became obvious that the […]

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2008 Suzuki B-King ECU remap – unleash the beast!

0 Comments Posted January 15th, 2018 in ECU Remap, Suzuki.

The B-King really responds well to an ECU remap, and we can sort out the restrictions in the ignition maps through the gears without having to resort to any plug-in gadgets. Obviously we also switch off all the emissions interference while we’re at it… There’s also a horrible restriction in the secondary butterflies in the […]

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Suzuki GSX-S1000 ECU remap – even stock bikes are transformed!

4 Comments Posted December 22nd, 2017 in ECU Remap, Suzuki.

The GSX-S saga trundles on! As we all know this bike uses the GSX-R1000K7 engine (which started with the K5) but Suzuki have made a lot of changes to it for naked duty. And it’s simply not the same engine any more; even with all the restrictions removed via an ECU remap it won’t make […]

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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**

2 Comments Posted October 23rd, 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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Suzuki GSX-R1000L7 ECU remap – with a full system 185bhp to just shy of 200bhp and all restrictions dealt with!

0 Comments Posted October 6th, 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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2012 Suzuki GSX1250FA ECU remap – 98 to 112bhp with a solid top-end power delivery

0 Comments Posted September 27th, 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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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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Jedi Racing GSX-R1000 engines – we’re developing a new high-flow oil pump and gear ratio, plus taking a good look at oil cooling…

0 Comments Posted May 22nd, 2017 in Jedi Racing cars, Suzuki.

The Jedi racing season has recently started. Because we look after so many engines for the drivers taking part, during the winter we did a lot of development work, mainly looking at cooling systems and the problem of oil starvation around the GSX-R1000 crankshaft. If we’re honest, the jury’s still out on where we’re at. […]

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