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Old 05-19-2017, 03:01 PM   #11
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Re: Super Cheap Gen2 Track Bike

I don't think tuning the stock ECU is at all common. Most people go piggyback (Power Commander).
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Old 05-20-2017, 06:47 AM   #12
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Re: Super Cheap Gen2 Track Bike

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I don't think tuning the stock ECU is at all common. Most people go piggyback (Power Commander).
Too bad, I found once you had the proper connector, it was relatively easy for both my Ducati and Triumph. Seems there is some support for Suzuki (ECU Editor-->Woolich Racing), but the connectors cost nearly as much as a piggyback. If I decide to modify the muffler, I may look into making a cable, but I know from experience this is a dark rabbit hole to go down ;-)
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New plan on the tail section. Instead of laying up fiberglass, which I have never done before, I am going to try some 3d printed panels for the gaps. I got the idea from the thread for removing the grab rail and filling the void with 3d printed parts. Since my son and I built an el-cheapo 3d printer, it gives us another project to play with.

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