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jared p Jan 22nd 2016 10:23 AM

Portland Dyno Weekend
 
March 18-20, 2016

https://www.facebook.com/events/793550357411475/

Attention Portland/Vancouver! We're coming back for the first dyno weekend of 2016 at Cycle Gear 03/18-20

Message, post, call, email to reserve your spot today! Prices starting at $50 for baselines, $175 for dyno tunes, and $349 for ecu flashing!

Lee650 Jan 22nd 2016 10:40 AM

What's the difference between a Dyno Tune and a ECU Flash?




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Originally Posted by jared p (Post 1142)
https://www.facebook.com/events/793550357411475/

Attention Portland/Vancouver! We're coming back for the first dyno weekend of 2016 at Cycle Gear 03/18-20

Message, post, call, email to reserve your spot today! Prices starting at $50 for baselines, $175 for dyno tunes, and $349 for ecu flashing!


jared p Jan 22nd 2016 10:49 AM

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Originally Posted by Lee650 (Post 1156)
What's the difference between a Dyno Tune and a ECU Flash?

dyno tune on most bikes involves a piggy back device, power commander/bazzaz unit etc and is just going to be fueling/ignition adjustments, while an ecu flash changes the settings inside the ecu, removing limitations, restrictions etc while also optimizing fuel, timing etc but to a higher level of detail creating an even better tune.

DGA Jan 22nd 2016 11:02 AM

I might throw my thumper on to the dyno again after I've changed practically everything in the carb to see where I stand again.

Dr_E Jan 22nd 2016 01:39 PM

I will be seeing him in the morning with four bikes. This is going to be an awesome day. Please sign up for this March event. You will be surprised at what your bike had locked away in it!

jared p Jan 22nd 2016 02:25 PM

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Originally Posted by DrE (Post 1226)
I will be seeing him in the morning with four bikes. This is going to be an awesome day. Please sign up for this March event. You will be surprised at what your bike had locked away in it!

i'll probably be seeing you in the morning then

Dr_E Jan 24th 2016 10:08 AM

Glad to meet you and hang out during the raining day!

So we spent the entire day with 2 Wheel DynoWorks yesterday working on four bikes. The results were simply unbelievable and the level of engagement and professionalism by Nels and Pat were those rarely found anymore in shops. What kind of results did we get?

2006 GSXR450 conversion saw a 30hp improvement with 72hp/42ft/lbs torque tuned on U4.4. Oh she is going to run!

2011 R1 added 20hp to 172hp/68lb/ft torque on MR12.

2006 GSXR 750 Nels pulled an additional 12 hp for 132hp/68ft/lb torque. The biggy on this bike was calming down an out of wack fuel mapping.

The final bike a 2003 SV1000 was looking solid till we found the fuel pump failed so we will have numbers posted in the next couple of weeks with a new pump and tune completed by Nels.

If you are taking the time to race, why leave performance on the table when Nels can pull out of your existing bike power that is hiding.

SilvieFox Jan 24th 2016 12:16 PM

someone should set up a cam and live stream that :) see the motors scream

trav87 Jan 29th 2016 09:40 AM

Very tempting to get the ECU flash on my fizzer and ditch the PC3.

jedijesus Jan 29th 2016 01:04 PM

Any limitations or exclusions on ECU flashing? Any makes/models that have issues or can any Japanese ECU be flashed?

Smonky Jan 29th 2016 07:43 PM

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Originally Posted by jedijesus (Post 3358)
Any limitations or exclusions on ECU flashing? Any makes/models that have issues or can any Japanese ECU be flashed?

If you look on ECU Unleashed website, the listing is on there.....or was it Flash Tune. One or the other, they're both about the same.

jared p Jan 30th 2016 11:16 AM

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Originally Posted by trav87 (Post 3307)
Very tempting to get the ECU flash on my fizzer and ditch the PC3.

the fz1 flash nels put into my bike is amazing, transforms the bike completely

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Originally Posted by jedijesus (Post 3358)
Any limitations or exclusions on ECU flashing? Any makes/models that have issues or can any Japanese ECU be flashed?

what bikes are you referring to? some bikes don't benefit from a flash as they may be too old or, there are just no software limitations in them. almost any japanese bike will benefit from an ecu flash.

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Originally Posted by Smonky (Post 3429)
If you look on ECU Unleashed website, the listing is on there.....or was it Flash Tune. One or the other, they're both about the same.

ECUnleashed is one of about a dozen different flashing softwares and companies nels uses to tune bikes. he uses whatever will get your bike the best results, for some that may be ECUnleashed, another TuneECU, or Woolich, Flashtune etc.

jedijesus Jan 30th 2016 02:31 PM

02 R1, I've got a non-usb pcIII for it but I'm contemplating doing the flash instead.

equinity Jan 30th 2016 05:41 PM

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Originally Posted by trav87 (Post 3307)
Very tempting to get the ECU flash on my fizzer and ditch the PC3.

Very much worth it for the Fazer. I did the ECU flash and had him tune my PCIII and it is a completely new bike. I'm not sure if I'll every get rid of it.... well maybe for a MT-10.

Lee650 Jan 30th 2016 08:42 PM

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Originally Posted by jared p (Post 1159)
dyno tune on most bikes involves a piggy back device, power commander/bazzaz unit etc and is just going to be fueling/ignition adjustments, while an ecu flash changes the settings inside the ecu, removing limitations, restrictions etc while also optimizing fuel, timing etc but to a higher level of detail creating an even better tune.

I have a 2015 KTM 1190 R. Would the ecu flash help the heat problem during the summer? Make it run cooler?

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