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post #1 of 6 Old 07-11-2018, 02:31 PM Thread Starter
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Both runs are my stock bike with 3000 and a bit miles on. Local shop here doing a software install that works with ECU software - and adjusts on the fly.

Given I didn't want to go PCV route, though I'd give this a try.

I understand zero about dyno's but she is pulling noticeably harder even stock.

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Both runs are my stock bike with 3000 and a bit miles on. Local shop here doing a software install that works with ECU software - and adjusts on the fly.



Given I didn't want to go PCV route, though I'd give this a try.



I understand zero about dyno's but she is pulling noticeably harder even stock.



https://ibb.co/ceK0HT



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“She is pulling noticeably harder even stock”

Pulling harder then what? What changed that you noticed it was pulling HARDER? Or did I miss something here?


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"a software install that works with the ECU software"
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Reread it. Okay, now it makes sense to me. What created my confusion was that the bike was still stock. If the ECU software was changed, I don’t consider that stock.


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That's a massive jump in torque and it moved way lower in the revs. Very impressive if they simply remapped stock ECU.
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That's a massive jump in torque and it moved way lower in the revs. Very impressive if they simply remapped stock ECU.
Massive enough that something ain't right...
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