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Jon


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Newb question: Are all Gen2 and B King ECMs physically the same.


Hi Been lurking and searching here for a while and my registration just came through so sorry for the Newb question. I recently bought an written off 08 busa for a project I have happening. The bike has been a bit burnt and the ECU is toast so trying to track one down. I eventually want to run boost control and a shift light at the same time. Are all Gen2 Hayabusa and B King ECUs physically the same? Do they all have the circuitry to run the Evap control on pin 55 that is shown as E-33 only? Do they all have the circuitry to run the B King EXCVA pins 3&4? Thanks jon P.S. I'm based in Brisbane Australia.

-- Edited by Jon on Thursday 27th of December 2012 01:42:07 AM

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RE: New question: Are all Gen2 and B King ECMs physically the same.


Hi, you should have no problems running a B-King ecu on a Gen 2 Busa, the B-King does have the additional circuitry for the EXCVA but this wont be a problem for you provided you flash a Gen 2 Hayabusa bin file to the B-King ecu. You can generally pick up the ECU's cheaper in the US on ebay.

I am also based in Brisbane, contact me on the Woolich Racing contact us page if you want some more info about flashing etc http://www.woolichracing.com/ContactUs.aspx

Cheers
-Justin.

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Thanks Justin I have emailed with you about my Streamliner a few days ago. What I really want to do if possible is to run boost control and shift light at the same time. Was wondering if the Gen2 ECMs have unitilsed circuitry in them for the Evap control and EXCVA that may be set up to run a shift light/auto shift solenoid, while using the PAIR for boost control? Thanks jon

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Hi Jon

Yes i saw your email, I am just working through catching up on my emails after the Chirstmas break ;) Currently the PAIR circuit is the only one that supports the shift light, it may be possible to use one of the other circuits for shift light, it will require some investigation and testing though.

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Thanks Justin If there's anything I can do just give a shout. I'm not programming capable other, am ok with auto elec though. Thanks jon

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