Anybody tried this or know more about it ??.
NITRO X FUEL COMMANDER POWER CHIP FOR: VSTROM,V-STROM,DL 1000,DL1000
I've used one of those before on a heavily modded fuel injected Yamaha Zuma 155.
The device was a life saver during the engine modding process.
It allowed me to default to a richer map as I made modifications to the bike.
It would occasionally put up a "check engine light" but it was rare and the code would usually clear after the next run.
It is my belief that no bike should need after-market gizmos attached to it to make it run properly due to poor ECU programming or improper engine build, (e.g. bigger exhaust & intake but no FI compensation).
After I completed the Yamaha's engine build-up I discovered that replacing the bike's stock 6 hole fuel injectors with a ten hole unit negated the need for the IAT sensor trickery.
I was then able to disconnect the box and run the stock ECU on the heavily modded mill without any issues at all.
One difference that I noticed between the one for Suzuki and the one for Yamaha (that I used), is that mine had 6 NEGATIVE steps then "ZERO" then six POSITIVE steps. I could richen or
lean it out.
I could write pages on why my Yamaha and your Suzi need different medicine to get them running right but I'm already too long here.
Here's the bottom line:
I would say that if you like to tinker, it is certainly worth the fifty bucks to give it a try.
Besides, hacking up your stock harness is part of the fun.