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Tuning help


Has anyone tried this on a gsxr750 yet. I got a 07 and would like to tryout the ecu stuff cuz the powercommander isnt doing it for me. thanks.

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I'm running an L2 GSX-R750 with Woolich Racing harness, software and Denso log box.  I have stock headers with a  Two Bros Slip-on and a K&N street air filter.  I'll add the Zeitronics after I swap my exhaust for the full system.  Currently collecting data from my engine sensors, including the stock O2 sensors.  Works like I'd put on a Power Commander or a Bazzaz unit except I'm talking to the ECU directly.  I had a PC III on my old bike ('06 GSX-R1000) and it's about the same about of effort to install the Woolich Racing components.  Unlike the PC III, I didn't need to install all those extra modules to do what I wanted to do which would cost me precious space a lot more dollars.  You can tune fuel and ignition timing, enable and disable emission control systems and fault lights easily.  For example, I disabled my SET (EXCV[A]) with a check box.  I also made minor mods to the fuel maps based on what the logbox collected.  Bike runs like a champ!



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wobblygecko wrote:

I'm running an L2 GSX-R750 with Woolich Racing harness, software and Denso log box.  I have stock headers with a  Two Bros Slip-on and a K&N street air filter.  I'll add the Zeitronics after I swap my exhaust for the full system.  Currently collecting data from my engine sensors, including the stock O2 sensors.  Works like I'd put on a Power Commander or a Bazzaz unit except I'm talking to the ECU directly.  I had a PC III on my old bike ('06 GSX-R1000) and it's about the same about of effort to install the Woolich Racing components.  Unlike the PC III, I didn't need to install all those extra modules to do what I wanted to do which would cost me precious space a lot more dollars.  You can tune fuel and ignition timing, enable and disable emission control systems and fault lights easily.  For example, I disabled my SET (EXCV[A]) with a check box.  I also made minor mods to the fuel maps based on what the logbox collected.  Bike runs like a champ!


 Hi, good to hear you are getting good results with the Woolich Racing Log box :)



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