ANRKY wrote: Has anyone got both the gen1 & 2 wiring scematics to make a comparison before I charge ahead and start cutting wires.Hmm, can the pins be pushed out of the gen2 plug & inserted in to the gen1 plug ?Gona give that a go wednesday niteCheers Al.
Pins will not interchange. Shop manuals with wiring schematics can be found here:
No need to worrie I have full I & II harnesses including the guage plugs so should be able to cut & spilce or just push in pins where I can.
Appreciate the offer though.
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Maj750 wrote:Another step closer :)Minor win here too, the 07 gix cam sensor arrived , bolts straight into the busa gen 1 cover, and only .015" shorter installed heightso for me the conversions on the earlier bikes will go much easier
Another step closer :)Minor win here too, the 07 gix cam sensor arrived , bolts straight into the busa gen 1 cover, and only .015" shorter installed heightso for me the conversions on the earlier bikes will go much easier
So the 07 gsxr cam sensor is a 3 wire and bolts right in? That woudl be ideal since no cam offset pin would be needed. (or maybe it still would, I don't know...need to put a scope on it)
Great work John.
Very interested to see how she performs as the season rolls
ok this is the bike i am from Greece so as u guys say i can also use gixxer k7 cam sensor without changing the rocker cover and John yes i know about the map sensor my street bike is a gen2 turbo bike with 370hp tune only with editor.
Very nice bike :) what times are you running ??
Yes the gix sensor bolts straight on but i think you would need the offset cam pin if you have gen 1 cams in there , just the same as if you put gen 1 cams in a gen 2
I have noticed that flashing takes quite a long time with changes to the boost fuel module, even after the initial flash. Every flash started with a full erase, rather than just changing the modified portions as in a fuel map change. While this does force cooling time between pulls, it is cumbersome to tune low boost levels where cooling time between pulls is not as critical. Definitely need to determine what needs to be done and a path forward to the 5 bar sensor implementation, otherwise, I will need to put an intercooler on soon in order to keep the boost to "low", 30psi or less levels.
Definately a cool looking setup Matador!
Thanks john i have a question what do you think is the best setup use of gen1 cams with ofset pin or gen2 cams? Gen1 has less overlap but Gen2 also works nice with a turbo setup. Also is there any working solution with stps,stva error code does this affect anything if i just ignore that?
I have stock gen1 cams in mine. I have not used the gen2 cams. Mine has the STVA STPS error but it doesn;t appear to cause any problems. You will not be able to use the error light option of EE2, but as long as you check the ECU often, you should be fine
Good luck for weekend.
Hope all goes better than expected
It could be where your turbo starts changing the intake vacuum to pressure. Maybe, your IAP fuel map needs adjusted in the "0" range where the atmosphere and intake are close to the same.
smithabusa wrote:hey there john,last year my gen 2 turbo was also intermittenly cutting out, usually like in 3rd gear full boost, like someone shut the key off, completely dead engine, then 1/2 second later or so it came back. i wonder if related?
hey there john,last year my gen 2 turbo was also intermittenly cutting out, usually like in 3rd gear full boost, like someone shut the key off, completely dead engine, then 1/2 second later or so it came back. i wonder if related?
Did you figure out what it was or did it just go away?
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Just some thing to try and something I had a hard time finding. Try removeing the clutch basket and fireing it up. Just to eliminat it as the cause of the knocking.
Once I had a friend that could not find the knock after taking it apart several times. He spun a rod bearing and after the fix it still knocked. a piece of metal got in the drive/clutch basket gear and messed up one of the teeth on the crank. no matter what basket he put in still same problem. put a different crank in and problem gone.
Same guy... had a knock another time. removed the clutch basket and knock gone. put another clutch basket in and knock gone. rivets holding drive gear to basket were broke.
has anybody confirmed the gen1 and gen 2 rotor assys are exactly the same once you remove a teeth of the gen 1 thanks! is the stator cover the same on gen 1 and 2?
Startig to put the bike back together....
Started with this last night:
Ended up with this:
Maj750 wrote:John i found lately that the gen 1 GPS is not good enough for the gen 2 ecu and you need an accurate gps for doing boost control or nos . a gen 2 gps fixed the problems now i just need to buy another 3 :( Good to see the bike underway again :)
John i found lately that the gen 1 GPS is not good enough for the gen 2 ecu and you need an accurate gps for doing boost control or nos . a gen 2 gps fixed the problems now i just need to buy another 3 :( Good to see the bike underway again :)
What was the issue with it?
Mine seems to read the gears on the data screen. I don't really Need a GPS for my application as I use an AMS 1000 boost controller and only need to know when the clutch is in. That said, perhaps I should eliminate the GPS signal all together with a fixed resistor. Not sure if it makes much difference form mine.