Suzuki

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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Suzuki GSX-R1000K6 head skim & port, new cams dialled in and ECU remap – 190bhp and a beautiful power delivery. Still want that ZX-10R?

0 Comments Posted March 6th, 2017 in ECU Remap, Engine Tuning, Suzuki.

A bit of a long story this, but quite enlightening and worth retelling… An owner of a GSX-R1000K6 came to us because his bike had been tuned, but then dropped a valve (quite common on the K5/K6 because they use a composite titanium valve standard). He’d found a secondhand head and brought it to us […]

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Suzuki GSX-R1000 Formula Jedi engines – new rules allow replacement valves and uprated oil pumps, so we’ve developed both!

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

The Formula Jedi season has finished and the GSX-R engines are rolling in for refresh (there’s a queue…). The rules have been changed and we’re now making some extra modifications for reliability; out are coming the titanium valves to be replaced by stainless steel (with a higher seat pressure and titanium collet retainers) for starters […]

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Custom Suzuki B-King ECU remap – sometimes you have to suffer for fashion!

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

We’d describe this custom B-King as a flamboyant, somewhat less than practical motorcycle…(!) It may have had something to do with the Transformers in its life. The owner (who’d been royally messed around by all and sundry) brought it to us with a Power Commander to set up; we explained that really wasn’t the way […]

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

0 Comments Posted November 7th, 2016 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 2016 GSXS1000 ECU re-mapping

0 Comments Posted October 21st, 2016 in ECU Remap, Quickshifter, Suzuki.

The owner of this 2016 Suzuki GSXS1000, had been waiting for us to get all the info we needed to be able re-map the ECU but we still are finding our feet with this model and future adjustments will be made. Like any new technology, things are changing all the time, a continuous learning curve, […]

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Suzuki GSXS1000 ECU remap information update!

0 Comments Posted July 22nd, 2016 in ECU Remap, Suzuki.

We have been working on the first Suzuki GSXS1000 that was booked in for the BSD treatment this week and would like to keep all the owners that have enquired about re-mapping in the loop. Mark knew from reports that there were complaints about how bad the low speed running was on this model, so before he did […]

Suzuki Gladius ECU remap – straightforward and a good result!

0 Comments Posted July 22nd, 2016 in ECU Remap, Suzuki.

Now we haven’t seen one of these before, but now we know there’s no problem ECU remapping a Suzuki Gladius. It’s a straightforward job with good horsepower at the end. It’s essentially the same engine in the same spec as the SV650 and turns out reasonable horsepower – 75bhp to be precise. Now looks are subjective […]

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Ecu remapping model update: Suzuki GSXS1000

2 Comments Posted June 16th, 2016 in ECU Remap, Suzuki.

Here at BSD, we like to keep you up to date with the latest news: We would like to let you know that we can now remap the Suzuki GSXS1000, which will please a few owners that have contacted us recently. The cost will be £325.00+VAT plus £25.00+vat for a lead that stays connected to the […]

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Sometimes the old ones are the best!

0 Comments Posted April 21st, 2016 in Servicing, Suzuki, Workshop Tips, Yamaha.

Here at BSD, no two days are ever the same, we see all makes of bikes old and new. However we have noticed over the last couple of years, owners are tending to keep their beloved bikes longer, gone are the days when you would change your bike before the first M.O.T was due! Pictured […]