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Post by vcyclenut » Fri Apr 20, 2018 8:28 pm


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Re: Flashed by Vcyclenut

Post by Verizoncellular1 » Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:55 pm


I live at 7000ft elevation, any need for different map?
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Post by vcyclenut » Mon Apr 23, 2018 3:40 pm


no, modern fuel injection is wonderful and compensates for elevation and temp changes

your bike did not come with different fueling from the factory like they used to do high elevation jet kits and tunes on early FI
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Post by vcyclenut » Mon Apr 30, 2018 3:40 pm


new progress full throttle tuning Is complete just finalizing part throttle settings.

flash will be up on website next week for the stock bike for $250

also look at the gains by just dropping in the f1 filter, this is also available on my site and I will have a flash/ filter package available soon

https://www.vcyclenut.com/kawasaki-h2-sx.html
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Post by FJR919 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 4:00 pm


Watching carefully; definitely interested. Does the reflash get rid of the jerky throttle roll on after decel due to emissions requirements (EURO 4?) having no fuel flow on decel? What is turn around time upon receipt of the ECU?
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Post by vcyclenut » Mon Apr 30, 2018 5:15 pm


yes the flash eliminates the fuel cut and I clean up the fueling so it is no longer lean

my turn around is day

not counting If it comes Friday or Saturday, it will go out monday
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Re: Flashed by Vcyclenut

Post by Switch18 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 6:37 pm


Does this help eliminate the jerky throttle
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Post by vcyclenut » Mon Apr 30, 2018 7:05 pm


yes throttle in mid power mode ( which still makes full power after the flash) is pretty much seamless

full power mode I have set for maximum response so its still a bit touchy,


but since all modes make the same power at full throttle you can ride around in what ever mode you enjoy the most and still have maximum acceleration when you go full throttle
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Re: Flashed by Vcyclenut

Post by Prof J » Tue Sep 24, 2019 2:32 am


vcyclenut wrote:
Mon Apr 09, 2018 11:48 am
I have some preliminary results. I am not going to post the first results of the flash as I still have along way to go and I know from experience that people will see the dyno chart not read and it will get tossed around as final results.

stock on my dyno my bike made

all stock run.jpg

I swapped out the air filter with the sprint filter and made no other changes and got this

airfilter comparison.jpg

I messed with the flash some and am up to 195 hp, this is by no means the end or will it will end up. There is always a learning curve with a new bike in the best process to dyno it, settings in the software and such

I rode with a new r1 that is piped and flashed and a new bmws1000rr yesterday that had a pipe not sure if it was tuned, but I was able to walk both of them by several bike lengths
David, do you have the corresponding AFR graphs for the above?
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Re: Flashed by Vcyclenut

Post by vcyclenut » Tue Sep 24, 2019 12:13 pm


Prof J wrote:
Tue Sep 24, 2019 2:32 am
vcyclenut wrote:
Mon Apr 09, 2018 11:48 am
I have some preliminary results. I am not going to post the first results of the flash as I still have along way to go and I know from experience that people will see the dyno chart not read and it will get tossed around as final results.

stock on my dyno my bike made

all stock run.jpg

I swapped out the air filter with the sprint filter and made no other changes and got this

airfilter comparison.jpg

I messed with the flash some and am up to 195 hp, this is by no means the end or will it will end up. There is always a learning curve with a new bike in the best process to dyno it, settings in the software and such

I rode with a new r1 that is piped and flashed and a new bmws1000rr yesterday that had a pipe not sure if it was tuned, but I was able to walk both of them by several bike lengths
David, do you have the corresponding AFR graphs for the above?
no I don't, but it was around 11.5-11.8:1
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