IRC Traction Control poduces a complete system that’s easy to use, is completely tuneable and very adaptable as conditions change. It offers plug & play traction control for all Japanese sports bikes, plus Ducati, Aprilia, MV, Triumph and KTM.
The IRC system performs an adaptive power cut on 1 or 2 cylinders for a smooth and powerful control (from 5% till 65% of power cut) and connection is via coils or injectors. It uses reliable automotive sensors and the sensors, connectors and case are fully waterproof. Safety components are used to prevent system failure in case of wrong installation and the system performs a continuous check on connections, software and hardware for top reliability. In use:
- The IRC Traction Control system uses a 4-Progressive algorithm, with variable cut-off behavior according to speed.
- Launch Control – can be used for starts.
- LED – communicates system status at all times.
- Telemetry – it also features an output signal for connection with any telemetry system.
- It’s easy to use and set up via Ratio (wheels ratio), Pulse (speedometer nut pulses) Sensitivity(system sensitivity is set through trimmer on handlebar with multiple map choices).
- Speed Limiter for box lanes.
- Pro Version – uses a GPS module for a different sensitivity setup in any track sector.
We’ve fitted and used the IRC Traction Control system, it works and will make you go faster, in time on any given track.
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.