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Ecu conversions Suzuki>Yoshimura Honda>Hrc Yamaha>Yec Any info??


Hi M8s,

Some friend bikers asked me about as I can reflash most of the bikes of the market but only modifying genuine ecu units programs,

So Im interested in this ecu conversions specially to use in combination with gear shifters, seems to be a dark target but the only option, using same hardware must be changing full firmware on these ecus.

I own best genuine chiptuning tools on the market but never found that backups to test.

Anyone could help me with any of that full backups?? Any info will be welcome!

Many thanks.



-- Edited by jnoroeste on Monday 28th of November 2016 12:09:19 AM



-- Edited by jnoroeste on Monday 28th of November 2016 12:10:02 AM

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Sorry, but I'm having a hard time understanding what model you're talking about, and exactly what you're trying to do? Could you explain in more detail?

Thanks!

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He tries to convert ECU from Stock to a kit ecu. Yec, HRC, Yoshimura, krt. And thinks that someone will give you that information that so much time and money have invested some in this.

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amissy wrote:

He tries to convert ECU from Stock to a kit ecu. Yec, HRC, Yoshimura, krt. And thinks that someone will give you that information that so much time and money have invested some in this.


No M8, just requesting some info about, Im not new in remaping field, discovered bikes still using very old technology for read and write.

Regards.



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Kit ECUs usually have additional hardware so it's not just a reflash. I have read some KRT kit ECUs but I don't think I can just reflash the kit bin into the stock ECU. It needs the additional hardware to be soldered on the PCB

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