There is a stock GEN2 ecu hiding in there...fits pretty well in the area where the stock dash was...with a little coaxing from my tig welder.
have ypu tested the gps sensor? gotr my bike started yesterday after finally finisshing my gen 1 to gen2 electronics / head swap everything is fine, but the gps sensor is acting up sometimes it says second gear when im in first sometimes in fifth gear it doesent write anyting in the dash lol. i checked and its a different part number for gen 1 and gen 2.
That's what I thought. Looks like the same sensor housing as the GSXR's with the external sensors. They don't have the seal on the leads, but if the resistance is the same, they should work.
yes looks to bolt up right on. the cam,bearing, are the same part numbers. only difference between the sensors is the new one has the pin incorporated in it to drive the rotating assy instead of the old one that had a spring loaded pin in the cam.
maj750 what kind of troubles did it cause you? i ordered a sensor thru ebay yesterday night, but it wont be here before 2 weeks... gotta ride my bike until...gotta break in my new motor and start mapping it, im leaving for deals gap may 5th...its an 18 hour drive from here..time is running out gotta ride this thing now lol, thanks!
Don't think there is any real relationship between them , and different injector sizes etc will throw it out a long way pulling 10% from the entire table for every 1 a/f number change should get you in the ball park pretty quickly only thing to watch there is the smaller numbers do not change with the 5% keys and need to be done as similar number groups making single number changes
I know this is a strange question but i am running Hayabusa editor on my 06 750 would you guy know if it is the gen 1 sensor or the gen 2 sensor?
I could remove it or look at the part number but maybe one of you has a clue.
Home Built 06 Gsx-r 750 w/ Disco Potato .60 A/r 6.5lbs Pump gas 100% stock motor 211.54 rwhp...... going for 275 on E85 with ECU editor
Oh make it 237rwhp and 97lbs on E-85 100% stock motor 8lbs of boost. Thanks WIN Racing
nevermind i found my error i was writing 13.5 instead of 13,5 thats was the problem...ok now that leads to another question is there a way to change many target afr cells at the same time...now it only changes the last cell i highlight even tho i highlight 30. and also does the fast baud rate work with the gregs smith standard programming interface?
sportbikeryder wrote:Turbo, Maj had some issues with teh secondary injectors not operating if the ECU did not see a clean GPS or clutch signal. It seems the secondaries don;t operate if there are certain trouble codes present. Probably a factory safeguard, however it will likely cook a turbo motor if it happens.
Turbo, Maj had some issues with teh secondary injectors not operating if the ECU did not see a clean GPS or clutch signal. It seems the secondaries don;t operate if there are certain trouble codes present. Probably a factory safeguard, however it will likely cook a turbo motor if it happens.
I answered my GPS question. I have a older style I believe. Were you guys getting a gear position in the datalogging section? to the right of the tables. Did your dash have the correct Gear position?
I am thinking about ordering a gen2 GPS but am using the 07-08 1000 ecu. Any suggestions. Were the secondary injectors working or not at all?
Maj750 wrote:takes me too long to type a response ;)secondary injectors work when there is a gear position showing , its only when the signal is out of range it defaults to 0 gear and shuts off the secondarys
takes me too long to type a response ;)secondary injectors work when there is a gear position showing , its only when the signal is out of range it defaults to 0 gear and shuts off the secondarys
While data logging is one of the injector"counts" the secondary and one the primary?
Also were all of your ECU conversions done to bikes that were single injector bikes? Ie gen 1 busa or 05 and earlier gsxrs.
Is there any indication while datalogging that the injectors cut out besides a nasty A/F reading?
FYI my bike came stock with duel injectors.
Thank You in advance and for your previous awnser.
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Both you and GSXR boy having a similar problem and both using gen ecu type ??What else is turned on or off ?? TOS ? shifter ?
TOS is off, I tried it with and without the shifter active (even unplugged the pressure switch I had to activate the DMS input)It might be the ECU lock. If I get time, I may go out and try putting a resistor on I think it is pin 16 (might have to look that one over on the schematic) rather than giving it full signal. Even if it fired right up, I seriously don't think I will even try to make it to the race this weekend (at least not with the bike). Too many things still need to be completed that should not be rushed. Being a 1 man show without checks and balances leaves too much open for error if rushed when you are running 190mph or thereabouts in a 1/4 mile. Sometimes I think it is best to just take a breath and enjoy the view. This is one of those times...Hhad about 8-10 inches of snow today at work (not much at home)
Thought I replied to the old loom idea already, guess it didn;t go through. The old loom swap, while still possible, is a bit impractical due to relocating of some items along with a bit of scavenging (even though I intended to preserve it at first...)Below is is the cam / crank scope reading. Looks very similar to last years initial cranking signals as well as the signals of the running bike. This double checks that the intake cam timing is in check. There is a chance it could be a half a degree too retarded I suppose (could have the trailing edge of the cam slightly more to the "left"), but past experience shows this to e a running (and ~12,000 pm running) configuration, unless it is just a hair too much.
I don't think narrowing the Brock offset pin a bit would be a bad idea.
-- Edited by sportbikeryder on Wednesday 2nd of May 2012 02:27:28 AM
SBR what osocyscope ap is that
Maj750 wrote:I brought one of the cheap online scopes, gets a good signal , dual pickup functions fine but the software is crap , cannot zoom in , so i have all the info i need but unreadable :(
I brought one of the cheap online scopes, gets a good signal , dual pickup functions fine but the software is crap , cannot zoom in , so i have all the info i need but unreadable :(
There are better ones than the one I have, but it seems to suit me just fine. Heck, I'll send you mine since I apparently don't even need a scope...
sportbikeryder wrote:Maj750 wrote:I brought one of the cheap online scopes, gets a good signal , dual pickup functions fine but the software is crap , cannot zoom in , so i have all the info i need but unreadable :( There are better ones than the one I have, but it seems to suit me just fine. Heck, I'll send you mine since I apparently don't even need a scope...
John, I Have been were Your at B4 Buddy......... I KNOW how Frustrating things can get! Hang there Brother, Step Back Take a Very Deep Breath, and Start Back at "A" & Work through to "Z". Go back to all the little Stupid Stuff(With Air, Spark, & Fuel it Has to be Something Minor..... I would Think?), as these Small little item's usually end up biting you in the Ass!
Good Luck & I hope you get Her Figured out Soon.
Cam trigger relationship as shown in the scope above is just a hair too far to function. I removed the woodruff key on the rotor and offset it a few degrees and the bike actually fired! After a small personal celebration that to anyone looking on would appear to be a sign of my need to go to the loony bin, I unhooked the battery and closed up the garage. I will either remove the offset cam pin and grind a bit off of the trailing edge to get the cam signal into an acceptable position, or just move the intake cam ~ 2 degrees or so. I'll take a scope reading first to see where it is. Filled the garage up with oil smoke pretty quickly (I had been cranking it while on a rear stand, with oil building up in the exhaust.). I only let it run once and revved it one time. Didn't want the rotor to move on the crank. That's all I needed to confirm it anyway. Might be some higher offset cam pins being made in my future...If I do, I'll try to get a few made and shoot at least 1 off to you as well Maj. John