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ECU US bin vs EU bin


I Know that we can swap ecus between us & eu market now but has anyone tryed flashing EU.bin file to a US ecu? Any advantage HP wise? Im not sure if suzuki made the ecu the same for both markets. I ve been reading alot here and have done a fair amount of flashing but have not read it here. This idea just popped in my head.

PS: No heavy mods to bike just pipe,filter and small air box mod

GEN 1 2007 US ECU.



-- Edited by gforce_190 on Sunday 16th of October 2011 08:30:27 PM

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Hi, here is Bin file and XML. for you. http://ecuhacking.activeboard.com/t16546243/32bit-map-files-02-07/

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Thanks . Yes i found that link to the flash programs but my main question was can i use

this flash  (32920-24FG0.zip 2002-2007 EU version)

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US ECU (E-33) calif busa. Without locking up my ECU. I understand that i have to ck mark the secuity key setting in ecueditor.

Would like to here a yes or no from you guys before i try it.

 

Thanks

 



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Hi,

You must use the- U.S. bin file and .Xml definition, without the immobilizer.

At least I think, the EU version does not work.

   



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I think it faults without the 02 sensor input , and the mapping is different , i think the fuels vary somewhat, our Aussie bikes run better with EU mapping than US and if you set the compare map you can see the differences,
there is no magic hp increase ..

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SORRYno

YES, I forgot Gen1 does immo!!
I think it will work with the EU bin.
Compare connected ECU wiring diagram.



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Maj750 wrote:

I think it faults without the 02 sensor input , and the mapping is different , i think the fuels vary somewhat, our Aussie bikes run better with EU mapping than US and if you set the compare map you can see the differences,
there is no magic hp increase ..


 Thanks for input guys, Yes the mapping is different on the EU map and i would expect that it would run better then the US map because of the CARB/smog laws here , that's why i think the EU map settings would be a big improvement over the US map here as a standard starting point. Yes it would probably set a O2 code (your guys bikes have O2 sensor on UK 99-07 busa?), unless petrik took it out like the immobilizer lock.



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busa578 wrote:

SORRYno

YES, I forgot Gen1 does immo!!
I think it will work with the EU bin.
Compare connected ECU wiring diagram.


 I believe the wiring is the same except for the  immobilizer circuit. But i don't have a UK diagram to ck.



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UPDATE,

I flashed the EU bin to my US ECU and it works but you guys were right O2 code sets C-44 C-41 ?i forget  so that means if i want to leave it flashed the fuel trim will stay rich. so i guess im stuck with us bin .

"food for thought" You could get an O2, wire it to the (get a UK ECU) ECU and have a better running busa. Speed density system (US) is ok but live fuel trim (UK)  works much better.

 

Thanks for the help guys!



-- Edited by gforce_190 on Saturday 22nd of October 2011 01:30:47 AM



-- Edited by gforce_190 on Saturday 22nd of October 2011 01:31:51 AM

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hello guys i need help...
have someone xdf or xml busa gen2??

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Hi have.

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Please have a look at the link below, all the available .bin files of Ecueditor. You can convert to Xdf or Xml


bitbucket.org/ecueditor/ecueditor/src/b9c47bfde44c6bc6045318da6a84e6af7606bfe1/BusaECUeditor/ecu.bin/



-- Edited by Wiebren on Thursday 31st of January 2019 12:39:22 PM

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if someone can sent me bin on my mail...

thanks!!

topmechanic29@gmail.com

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