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would like to know how i can get started with ( getting into my ecu and extending the rev and reflashing and stuff)?  tools cables software, ect.. bike: 2001 zx12r..

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Hi there kaw12

I am waiting for a BDM to arrive in the post, that may be able to read the ecu!!! with 'psyche's software. Saves having to buy the P&E Prog16z hardware and software ($400).

When it arrives, and I have had a go at reading my ecu ( with psyche's help), I will post the results as to whether it works or not.

Fingers crossed  smile

ps. I ride a 2000 A1  12.

Thanx Dave.


-- Edited by drp on Sunday 15th of November 2009 01:18:53 AM

-- Edited by drp on Sunday 15th of November 2009 01:19:42 AM

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kaw12 wrote:

would like to know how i can get started with ( getting into my ecu and extending the rev and reflashing and stuff)?  tools cables software, ect.. bike: 2001 zx12r..




At this point you may just want to wait to see if the new cheaper alternatives work out. In the meantime either way you are going to have to cut a hole in your ECU. It's not that hard if you take it real slow. On the other hand if you do make a mistake you could easily damage your ECU making it unusable.

 

Since we have exact measurements of where the plug is http://www.bikeland.info/downloads/ecu/ECU_BDM_SLOT_001.pdf

You can do a less invasive slot as opposed to a notch.

topslot640.jpg

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If your just going to do a one time rev limit increase then I suggest just doing the bottom slot and temporarily solder the cable to the plug pads, flash it, then remove the wires and epoxy it back up. It is a lot quicker than cleaning out the board and the solder holes and installing a plug.

I made the slot with a rotary 3/8" cutting bit for a dremel tool and a small wire brush bit.

notch01.jpg

Calipers make a good combo measuring tool and scratch awl.


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Btw I add 0.125 to the 'C' dimension in the drawing to get a center line instead of an edge line


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Here are the bits


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I have a piece of wood bolted to the drill press table to act as a fence/guide so I can slide the ECU back and forth under the bit and get a nice straight line.


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Now just slowly lower the bit as you slide the ECU back and forth. The two edge lines should go to mid bit on each side


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Once you have cut through the hard shell. Switch to the wire brush and go after the chewy center. There are no components you need to worry about under the brush but don't go crazy as you could wear away the copper traces. Slow and Steady wins the race as they say.



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-- Edited by kaw12 on Tuesday 5th of April 2011 02:41:27 PM

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Hi KAW12,

I am french and new on this forum.

I have a ZX12R B1 model 20002, europeen version, ECU 21175-1091.

I would take out the 186mph speed limiter and take out the power limiter in 2 and 3 gear.

Do you have the europeen map (21175-1091) available?

When I execute Enginuity, I have a exception error "For input String: 11,1" after finalizing the load of mymap.bin(21175-1089 for ZX12 B1 US). Is it normal?

Where could I find BDM software Prog16.exe file or 'psyche's software?

How could you help me?

Best regards,

Christophe





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hi chistophe,
Dynojet's website http://www.dynojet.com/
there you should find the europeen map for your b2
Contact RidgeRacer for a link to the software and the error codes. I dont know!

Regards,

Michael

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