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Old 11-28-2012, 06:26 PM
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ecueditor.com - ultimate gsxr superbike ecu flash tuning software by petrik

this is free that works on most Suzi ecu's

I need someone with experience to see if an interface can be made to the VEE strom remappable ECU

If yes then good running and mileage may be obtainable
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Old 11-28-2012, 07:58 PM
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Greetings richw,
If you read Motorcycle Consumer News there is an article running several months on this very subject.
I believe they list web links to people that make ECU to USB connector cables for various motorcycles that would allow you to use such software.

I think its listed under "Technical & How To" and ran during the early part of 2012.

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This tool works off the design of the Suzuki SDS tool. That same tool works with every Suzuki EFI bike including the V-Strom. Assuming the interface tool was wired to the ECU correctly I don't see any reason why it wouldn't work as is. Thanks for posting this, my interest is very much peaked.
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and so

did you look at the interface design / construction

is it doable
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Old 11-29-2012, 09:51 PM
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Great thread starter richw.
Unfortunately, after digging through the MCN article I found that ECU to USB (or DB9 serial) adapter cables are currently only available for...
Aprilia
Benelli
Buell (go figure)
Ducati
KTM
Moto Guzzi
MZ (long defunct)
and Triumph motorcycles.
Maybe sell the Vee and buy one of the above?
Here, check this post too for what we "don't" have access to...
ADVrider - View Single Post - TuneECU for 990 - got tunes?

If you find anything new on this please post!

One last thing...
Either the HealTech Tuner Pro or more likely their OBD Tool may be what you need. Check out the PDF's on their web site...
HealTech Electronics Ltd. - Makers of the SpeedoHealer, GIpro, X-TRE, FI Tuner Pro, Brake Light Pro, MM5, OBD Tool

I believe Greywolf owns a HealTech so he might be able to explain its function in greater detail.
But its a reader, Not to be confused with an ECU flasher.
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Old 11-30-2012, 09:46 AM
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In my ignorance but.......

A Teka or Yosh box will work on ALL the Gsxr, and Busa's of the same vintage as well as Stroms

This leads me to believe that the ECU certainly speaks the same language, and frankly may BE the same inside the housing

The article at the web site indicates that their little interface can download a current map and then upload a modified map.

I was hoping one of you who do electronics well would see how tough it would be to build the interface they show at that website as it looks like $30 worth of parts. That and analyze existing Strom information so as not to let out the magic smoke when connected.
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The HealTech OBD tool can't make changes to the ECM. It reads info and temporarily controls some functions like locking the ISC valve for a TBS. It can't even do an ISC valve reset on the Strom but it can on other Suzukis. It connects to a different port from the one used by a Yosh or Teka box to write to the ECM.
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I talked about this a while back,,
I sent my ECM off my 08 Hayabusa in and had the Pair valve disconnected
also the top speed limiter, The kick stand and clutch safety switches by passed,,
Also had my restrictions taken off my 1st and second gears,,
Best 50 bucks I spent on the Busa...
I already had the PC. V and the full header system on it...
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Old 11-30-2012, 07:23 PM
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Ecueditor diagnostic DL 1000 V-strom K,L-line adapter BM9213 - YouTube

now where is this guy ?
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Old 11-30-2012, 10:02 PM
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Nice Video but reading the values while the bike is running is different than flashing (or physically changing values) in the ECM.

Reading the various inputs from the sensors in real-time is impressive but such devices don't actually change anything. It's like using the B&B Electronics product called AutoTAP and a laptop to see what your car's readings are via the ODB2 jack.
It looks cool as hell but changes nothing.

What needs to be done is to alter (or re-program) the maps inside the ECM so that the stock inputs to the ECM result in different or modified outputs to the various things such as FI volume and spark timing.
Obviously there are numerous gadgets that will send altered data to your ECM in an attempt to force it to dump-in more fuel or advance the timing, etc... but they are not actually flashing the map. They are merely fooling the ECM and fortunately for us, they work rather well.

There are aftermarket ECM's you can buy that allow you to have full control but seem like overkill to me... and you need to be an astrophysicist (um, way smart) to program a blank ECU from scratch.
Fuel Injection for Motorcycles

This might help too.
A chat with "Chuck" is an education in itself. He is an expert in TL1000r ECM mapping.
Here is a web link...
Chucks TL1000R

Ever wonder what a Yosh Box actually does to your bike?
Here you go...
Yoshbox variables revealed - ECU hacking

Sorry about the long post.
It's all bush league stuff ya' probably already know but it was fun to ramble on.
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