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RE: Woolich Racing Log Boxes


my bike is stock except for r77 full pipe and bmc filter


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Yeah same !

I have fitted LC-1 wideband, Yoshi R-55 and inlet airbox mods with two 2" inlets and K & N, otherwise engine is stock.

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I am usining zt3,what inlet airbox mods, you mean the ones on the outside of the ram air scoops



-- Edited by wayne on Friday 26th of October 2012 10:50:19 AM

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You may get more response as far as hayabusa specific tuning here:

http://www.suzukihayabusa.org/forum/index.php



-- Edited by sportbikeryder on Friday 26th of October 2012 11:03:31 AM

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wayne wrote:

I am usining zt3,what inlet airbox mods, you mean the ones on the outside of the ram air scoops



-- Edited by wayne on Friday 26th of October 2012 10:50:19 AM


 There's a thread on here somewhere which shows what to do.

 

basically where the existing 7/8? inlets were I have holesawed out and fitted two 2" Silicone hose 90 degree elbows.



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ok got you, I did see somwhere someone had a kit for that

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Wayne if you have any air leaks in the exhaust system before the sensor , like unsealed slip joints or flange leaks , it can influence the readings
if it were into the 15 and 16's it woud surge and hesitate


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cool I will have to check that I have an angle adapter I am using for the wide band I will check that to good idea, had it at the track sunday and ran a couple 9.8s at 145mph so I would say its close


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I was also wondering if the adapter would throw it off



-- Edited by wayne on Wednesday 31st of October 2012 10:42:01 AM

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wayne you did plug you pair valve, yes?

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yes, it has been taken off the bike have the block off kit on it,did that the week after bought the bike 10,000 miles ago

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ok weird thing erased the esu,erased all my map from before,reset my wide band to match the data logger,reflased the ecu witha stock map,pair off and checked wide band,now the bike idles around 12.9 .the weather has droped about 10 deg. but I would not think that has a lot to do with it in the garage.



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WOW, is anybody on here anymore?

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Occasionally

have you compared maps to see just what the differences were and maybe figure out if it was the maping or just something in the setup of the wideband or exhaust system
Adaptor will not change the readings much if at all, unless it was not sealed

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ok did some rides and toke my logging and auto tuned my stock map,after auto tuning it,I made it my test map, when I go back in to my test map and open my logs in my test map it still looks like I have to make changes once more.am I missing a step here?


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Auto tuning will apply to whatever map is currently open. It is very important to only open logged data in teh map for which it was logged. Open teh latest map first, then open the logged data.

If the logged data was not made with the map that is currently open, the log is invalid as far as auto tuning suggestions.

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sportbikeryder wrote:

Auto tuning will apply to whatever map is currently open. It is very important to only open logged data in teh map for which it was logged. Open teh latest map first, then open the logged data.

If the logged data was not made with the map that is currently open, the log is invalid as far as auto tuning suggestions.


 I have had to tell a couple people this.



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Oh make it 237rwhp and 97lbs on E-85 100% stock motor 8lbs of boost. Thanks WIN Racing



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then what you are saying is the map I open to start with is the map I use for the bike once I change the name and start a new map it will not be the same I have to use the same map I started with


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Hi Wayne

No what they are saying is

  1. Flash bin file 1 to ecu
  2. Log Data to log box
  3. Open bin file 1 and apply changes
  4. Save bin file as bin file 2
  5. Log Data to log box
  6. Open bin file 2 and apply changes
  7. Save bin file as bin file 3
  8. Log data to Log box....

Are you running a GSXR 1000 by any chance, this may be the MS0/MS1 issue...



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no gen 2 busa


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Ok cool, so you are following the process i listed below?



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ok here is what I did started with stock gen 2 map logged about three days back and forth to work, applied autotune to this map with the logs from these days,renamed this map test map am going to flash withe the test map and ride, after I down load the logs from the 2nd time, I need to rename the map and flash once more



-- Edited by wayne on Wednesday 7th of November 2012 10:40:23 AM

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Yeah its basically just a matter of making sure that you save the bin file after you have autotuned, and then make sure you open this bin file to apply the changes to ;)



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cool I will keep working at it ,Thanks

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ok flashed my test map with auto tune changes,rode to work feels better,although the temp her in south florida has droped to 55 or so this morning,so will will see when it warms up later,another question, will the wide band sensor change the fueling more than the stock o2 sensor,I know it makes a change on cars



-- Edited by wayne on Wednesday 7th of November 2012 11:55:51 AM

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The wideband o2 does not actually affect the tune in real time, it is simply sent out with the other engine data to be logged on the log box. It is only when you open up the logs and apply the changes to a bin file that any fueling changes are made

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so it will not correct minor changes when you are riding it

 



-- Edited by wayne on Wednesday 7th of November 2012 12:12:35 PM

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next thing I need to do is the switch for ms0 and ms1 so I do not have to keep flashing maps back and forth for the track

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is ther a way to copy the map back out of the ecu, my lap top took a dump and I lost all my saved files

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Yes. You can read the ecu with Ecu Editor or Woolich Racing Tuned Software under the tools menu.

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I recently purchased the log box and I'm having trouble viewing logs. I couldn't view boost in my logs. After further investigation with the issue I realized the problem may be because I was viewing WRL logs in ECU editor and I need to convert WRL to CSV.

When I converted the WRL file to CSV function in ECU editor and tried to view the log I received the following message:

Any suggestions to view WRL in ECU editor so I can see boost?

Thank you men.



-- Edited by jgennaro on Friday 6th of September 2013 11:04:15 PM



-- Edited by jgennaro on Friday 6th of September 2013 11:05:38 PM

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Hi, can you please send us a sample .wrl log file so we can test this issue. I am assuming you are using the latest version of ecueditor?



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jkwool wrote:

Hi, can you please send us a sample .wrl log file so we can test this issue. I am assuming you are using the latest version of ecueditor?


 Justin,

I have those files shared in this post.

http://www.woolichracing.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=1789

Thank you for the quick response.



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Justin 

 

I keep getting an Error when I try to read the ECU or write to the ECU. I can use the engine data and thats it. I haven't messed with the Log box in about a year.

error

 



-- Edited by Yallgotboost on Saturday 3rd of May 2014 09:42:25 PM

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Hi, if you are getting this error message it means you have created a new account in WRT. The easiest way to resolve it is to go back to using your original WRT account, please contact us if you need your original WRT account reset or password changed etc.



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Hey Justin,

I purchased on of the first beta log boxes back in 2012, The USB connector broke off on the inside of the box. I have a LC1 wide band installed and want to make sure the new Logbox V2 will work with my LC1. Also can I get a discount? This will be the 4th flashing box I've purchased. On for my Bking, and two for my busa's (08 and 2011).

Thanks in advance.

--Rich

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