suzuki gsxr1000l3 002suzuki gsxr1000l3 002 suzuki gsxr1000l3The owner of this 2013 Suzuki GSXR1000, contacted us a few weeks ago and booked in to get the bike ecu re-mapped.

We started by removing the stock map and saving a copy to the computer, so the customer could put it back  to standard in the future. The next step is to start to edit the original map, removing gear restrictions, configuring the ignition maps, switching off  the lambda(to prevent FI light warning) and anything the bike does not need(purely present for emission control).

Next we adjust the secondary butterfly map, as this is gear related and map the fuelling accordingly, depending on which exhaust system is fitted, it may be necessary to change the ignition map to iron out any flat spots.

As you can see from the dyno print out, this re-mapped 2013 model with a Yoshi full system and an aftermarket air filter, making  MAX power 175.02 has been compared against a standard 2013 GSXR1000 MAX power 166.00. (Power measured at the rear wheel)

It will be interesting to get the bike back in, when it has done a few more miles and the engine has loosened up to re-dyno it to check the MAX power.