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ECU part numbers


I got this info from the TLZone forum

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32920-02F00 112100-0070 UK & Australia (original with stutters)
32920-02F00 112100-0072 UK (original with stutters)
32920-02F00 112100-0090 UK (original with stutters)
32920-02F01 NZ & Australia (replacement)
32920-02F10 France (original 100hp)
32920-02F11 France (replacement)
32920-02F20 Germany (original)
32920-02F21 Germany (replacement)
32920-02F30 Japanese (restricted)
32920-02F40 112100-0120 USA (original)
32920-02F41 112100-0123 USA (replacement, per Suzuki)
32920-02F50 Swiss (original)
32920-02F51 Swiss (replacement)
32920-02F60 Remaining Countries
32920-02F70 France (Another Replacement)
32920-02F80 Germany (Another Replacement)
32920-02FK0 Swiss (Another Replacement)


TLR

32920-02F30: Japan
32920-02FC0: UK
32920-02FD0: USA
32920-02FA0: AU Russia
32920-02FB0: Europe ?
32920-02FE0: Europe ?

As I noted overthere the fact that the Suzuki partnumber was the same for 3 obviously different Denso part numbers makes me think we should track the map bins by their Denso numbers, 112100-nnnn, and not their Suzuki 32920- numbers.

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I picked up a TLR jap ecu
Pn 32920-02FF0
112100-0340
I' m not sure of the year model


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The ECU from the 02F60 on are ECU sold with the bikes produced 1998 and later. These are slightly different, have usually leaner fuelling or less fuel consumption than the (original and exchanged) 97 ECU.

The Number of the later German ECU is wrong; it should end in 02F90.

Greetings
Rufer

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Gjim wrote:

I picked up a TLR jap ecu
Pn 32920-02FF0
112100-0340
I' m not sure of the year model



On a TLR all years are the same

 

The Jap ecus are speed and power restricted



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rufer wrote:

The ECU from the 02F60 on are ECU sold with the bikes produced 1998 and later. These are slightly different, have usually leaner fuelling or less fuel consumption than the (original and exchanged) 97 ECU.

The Number of the later German ECU is wrong; it should end in 02F90.

Greetings
Rufer



The Original ECUs also had sum bugs.Like turning on the injectors when the engine was not running

 





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Hi,
Have Cagiva Navigator with ECU DENSO 32920-02FNO (see picture). Anyone knows if a Power Commander for DL1000 (V-Strom) will fit? Ie same connections?

Hope someone can help. Need to fix the jerkyness at 3000rpm and low gas.

/Per


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