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post #21 of 532 Old 01-24-2016, 05:35 AM
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I can't/won't go back to Road shift so if needs must I'll be removing the quickshifter until such time as it can.
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Can't wait to here how this flash will work...

Spegler SS lines with EBC HH pads front n rear along with Brembo M4 calipers, EBC front and rear rotors, Brembo Radial MC & Brake Levers, Sato rear sets, BST carbon fiber wheels, Pirelli Diablo Super Corsa SP, Ohlins TTX EC Rear Shock, revalued steering damper, leatec gas cap, Don Guhl Reflash, Akropovic & linked pipe. HM quick shifter,green silicon hoses, Shoria battery and shimmed the rear 5mm and lastly (for now) an EBC Kevlar race clutch & HD springs, Vortex case covers.
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What is the benefit of this over Flash Tune software
I'd love to tell you, but that is going to hop a train to Badsville, USA ASAP. I'm not going to open up that can of worms which will surely lead to some heated discussions.

I'm not going to go into the differences between us and them, what we can do, what they can't do and vice versa. This thread is specifically related to Woolich Racing products.

Not trying to be coy, dismissive or rude, just don't want to head down that road is all. If you want a good comparison, talk to Mike at KWS Motorsports. He has used their product and ours and can give you an unbiased opinion.
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What is the benefit of this over Flash Tune software
I have used flashtune previously on my Gsxr 1000. I had issues getting the ecu enabled quick shift to work and issues with them leaving sensors on when I told them to disable them. They have their own cables now though but I feel like woolich puts more r&d into their software and has more options. Woolich is known world wide vs just in the USA. Just for the simple fact that Archer is a member of the forums and has a zx10 himself would win me over, not to mention he's a nice guy. Now that being said, where are those darn cables archer. lol
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Now that being said, where are those darn cables archer. lol
Just checked. Still haven't been checked into US customs yet. Trust me dude... you and a shit ton of other people are waiting just as bad as I am.
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Just checked. Still haven't been checked into US customs yet. Trust me dude... you and a shit ton of other people are waiting just as bad as I am.
Oh I know! I'm just busting your chops! Lol
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There is a post on psychobike about a guy close to me posting a before and after reflash of a stock GenV .93oct,flies in,stock exhaust,etc...

178.xx-192.xx... pretty nice increase

Now the full akra system is about 11lb lighter ,adds 10+rwhp(peak) to the bike without additional tuning...but look at how linear the curve is! The midrange is thick too....once uncorked and full of boltons she will rip,and if its setup on mr9 or e85... she is going to be a terror to all NA super/hyperbikes/.
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I'd love to tell you, but that is going to hop a train to Badsville, USA ASAP. I'm not going to open up that can of worms which will surely lead to some heated discussions.

I'm not going to go into the differences between us and them, what we can do, what they can't do and vice versa. This thread is specifically related to Woolich Racing products.

Not trying to be coy, dismissive or rude, just don't want to head down that road is all. If you want a good comparison, talk to Mike at KWS Motorsports. He has used their product and ours and can give you an unbiased opinion.
Did not mean to open anything up was just an honest question I have the 16 with graves exhaust waiting to be put on and tuned. With the bike being so new the only two I am aware of that have something to tune this bike is Woolich and Ftecu thanks for the response
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The 2016 ZX-10R and 2015-2016 H2/H2-R Items are in!
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The 2016 ZX-10R and 2015-2016 H2/H2-R Items are in!
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