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post #1 of 28 Old 12-13-2017, 05:17 PM Thread Starter
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Kit ECU resource thread

Figured I'd start a thread dedicated to sharing resources and findings associated to the Gen5 Kit ECU and harness. Let's keep this DEDICATED TO KIT ECU ONLY. I don't want this thread getting cluttered up with questions about how you can map the Kit ECU values to your woolich system. It doesn't work like that.

For now I'll start it off with sharing the v1.00, v1.10 software, service manual and calibration manual pdf's:

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Later on I'll be posting about my findings trying to make the cordona analog strain gauge sensor work with the Kit ECU:

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...DEDICATED TO KIT ECU ONLY. I don't want this thread getting cluttered up with questions about how you can map the Kit ECU values to your woolich system.
But what about those of us using the Kit ECU solely with WRT or those in conjunction with FI-CAL? ;) I'll see myself out haha.

Just a note on the limitation between FI-CAL and WRT on the 2016 model. You can use both, but every-time you write with FI-CAL it will overwrite the WRT settings due to how FI-CAL handles writing the ECU (as opposed to the 2011-2015 model). For those concerned/interested most of everything in FI-CAL is available in WRT at the moment. The few things that aren't and the new changes introduced in v1.10 are being worked on for inclusion in an update to be pushed out prior to racing season kicking off here stateside in 2018 so you won't have to go back and forth after updating with FI-CAL.
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...us using the Kit ECU solely with WRT
What is the benefit of using it and spending additional 200 for WRT?

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What is the benefit of using it and spending additional 200 for WRT?
Nope sorry make a new thread if you wanna discuss anything woolich related.
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Does anyone have the pinout for the Kit ECU?
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Thank you for providing this information. I'll make good use of it once I get my Kit ECU.
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Cool tidbit, Gen5 KIT harness has two connectors, which can be used to connect to the kit ECU. One at the front and one at the tail. Both are also a source of switched power if you want to power a device. AiM Solo DL lap timer has an option of connecting to the kit harness (one of these two plugs) to log data--and at the same time, it gets power. Very clean. Gen4 kit harness only had one connector at the front and it didn't have power. So thanks Kawasaki!
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post #8 of 28 Old 04-10-2018, 09:41 PM
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Lanister, do you know of a source for a shorter Solo DL cable so I can tap into the front connector without having to wrap/hide a bunch of cable? Thanks
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Lanister, do you know of a source for a shorter Solo DL cable so I can tap into the front connector without having to wrap/hide a bunch of cable? Thanks
Solo DL comes with shorter cable and just open wires at the other end. I looked up and bought plug and crimped it myself. It's only 4 wires. All cost me $8.
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Thanks, I'll double check my box when I get back home.
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