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Just wanted to say Thank you

To everyone who worked to make ECU Editor possible.  Certainly PetriK and Justin as well as the rest of you who pioneered the code work.

I've been an EFI enthusiast since the EFI 332 days.  LT1 Edit was a great tool for tuning my Firebird and the original DIY Wideband (from the EFI 332 group) was a great community project.  I joined the spin off original Mega Squirt group and powered a street Buell, Prostock Harley Davidson and a Hayabusa with the Mega Squirt.  All of them were great experiences.  I've also learned to be a lurker as there are plenty of folks out there who want to argue over everything, so for several years I have mostly hung back in the shadows.  Since then I watched ECU Editor develop and can say it's quite an accomplishment.   LT1 Edit (and LS1 Edit) became a business.  The wideband became a commercial operation and got better, but is no longer something for a DIY-er.  So did the Mega Squirt (in a sense).

ECU Editor on the other hand has become a powerful tool and is still offered up free.  For that I tip my hat to you gentlemen.

I am pleased with how my GenII Hayabusa has tuned with ECU Editor.   When I make a change, I get that change.  As testament to that fact I offer up one of my charts showing before and after tuning power curves and AFR readings.  



Dyno @ 100% throttle


As you can see, very tunable.  Also very repeatable.  Again, thank you to all involved.  




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Hi Craig,

Thanks for your comments, its always good to hear from people when things are working well!




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