The owner of this Tiger 800 came to see Gill in the office and knew what he wanted – an Arrow exhaust can fitted and then an ECU remap to suit. He loved his bike, and didn’t want to buy a 1050 because it’d be too big, but wanted a bit more bottom and mid-range [...]
The owner of this Trumpet brought it to us because he felt his bike wasn’t making anything like the power it should for such a big capacity. Triumph do run these bikes as lean as they dare and the emissions equipment doesn’t help either – so the first job for us was to switch off [...]
These Street Triples respond well to an ECU remap and we like doing ‘em. The owner of this one had put a link pipe and end-cans on it; we de-restricted it in the first 3 gears and sorted the emissions equipment and lambda out. The fuelling was horrendous, so needed some big adjustments to give [...]
We’ve remapped a few of these Speed Triples and found them to be restricted via the ignition in the lower gears, so we switch all of that off as well as the lambda sensor and SAI valve, which makes a big difference to drivability and throttle response. This one we then mapped the fuelling to [...]
These big Triumph Thunderbirds are a straightforward job when it comes to remapping the ECU. Pleasingly (for us) the improvements possible we can get over the maps Triumph put in are significant… The owner of this one had put open pipes on it, but got nowhere with his local Triumph dealer when it came to [...]
Harry brought his Triumph 675 Daytona to us, booked in for a 12,000 mile service, fit an exhaust system he supplied plus Translogic quickshifter, K&N filter and the all important ECU remap. He seems pleased with his bike after the work! Hi Gill Just wanted to send a quick thank you to you and mark [...]
Most of the throttle and power delivery problems with modern fuel-injected bikes are the issues that arise from the manufacturer having to deal with ever-tightening emissions laws. Luckily, an ECU remap offers a simple solution. Richard was kind enough to email his thoughts after we’d remapped his Thunderbird, a bike that responded well. Been riding [...]
The owner of this Speed Triple had changed his pipe and was worried about potential internal damage, so left it with us for a week. Now we reckon for whatever reason – maybe warranty purposes – Triumph are deliberately mapping these engines to a fairly placid and conservative state. By the time we’d finished the [...]
James brought his Trip’ in for an ECU remap, and was kind enough to drop us a line afterwards. Stock it made 99.75bhp and 48.23lb-ft torque. De-catted, plus Leo Vince cans and a K&N air filter it left us post-ECU remap with 109bhp/50.95lb-ft. That’ll do! Afternoon Gill, Only had 40 miles or so since Wednesday but the [...]
This Trumpet’s had a chequered history – we had it in a few months ago after its owner filled it with diesel on a test ride. We’re slowly going through the things it needs to get it absolutely spot-on; this time remapping the Sagem ECU was on the list, to match the stock can we [...]
2010 Triumph Sprint ECU Reprogram
The issues with this bike mainly concern power and power delivery off the bottom especially two-up. It’s been back to the dealer and had the latest factory tune, but the owner wants a little more. First job? Isolate the Lambda sensor and cap off the emissions unit. The bike was then put on the Dyno and we reprogrammed the stock ECU; fuelling at the bottom end has been richened up, taking away the ‘hunting’ snatchiness. Fuelling all the way through the rev range has been optimized and the ignition curve trimmed.
2009 Yamaha R1 Road to Race
To upgrade to race spec we’ve fitted an Öhlins rear shock and MCT have modded the front forks. The engine’s been out and we’ve adjusted the cam timing, ported and skimmed the cylinder head and we’re fitting a set of BSD Performance adjustable bellmouths. It’s also having a YEC race loom and ECU, plus quickshifter.