Not the usual reflash, I think.

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Not the usual reflash, I think.

Post by monkeyman4394 » Wed Jan 15, 2020 10:05 pm


I’m looking at some minor tweaks to my SX SE, and want a reflash more suited to my riding habits. The only modifications will be a K&N air filter and a Yoshimura Alpha Street Slip-on. I just want to make a little more noise so people in cars stop trying to murder me on the interstate. I don’t need more power out of a reflash, but I don’t want it running either lean or rich. Any thoughts?
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Re: Not the usual reflash, I think.

Post by Tony Nitrous » Wed Jan 15, 2020 10:58 pm


What you’re really after then isn’t a reflash to remove rev limiters or to stop the throttle bodies backing off etc etc, you just want some dyno time and the ECU’s fuel map optimised.
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Re: Not the usual reflash, I think.

Post by Vex » Thu Jan 16, 2020 5:57 am


I mean...I'd still just get vcyclenut's flash. What does it hurt, ya know? And reflashes from him if needed. I guess I'd just see what each side costs and go fro there but I bet his flash will be the best bang for the buck.
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Re: Not the usual reflash, I think.

Post by black-k1 » Thu Jan 16, 2020 7:25 am


It sounds to me like what you want is a louder can!
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Re: Not the usual reflash, I think.

Post by Drnick » Thu Jan 16, 2020 8:14 pm


I installed a DNA air filter and an yosh alpha slip on,
And also removed the cat and exhaust valve and installed
A decat pipe , checked it on a dyno for AFR’s and it was
Within proper AFR range.
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Re: Not the usual reflash, I think.

Post by Prof J » Fri Jan 17, 2020 1:09 am


I'd suspect when you change the exhaust system and filter, tune to "don’t want it running either lean or rich", you are going to have a bit more power, and less MPG. I don't think there is much way around it. Those changes are a notable change to the intake/exhaust outflow for this bike. More air in, more air out = more power/less MPG.
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