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post #1 of 98 Old 12-15-2016, 07:17 AM Thread Starter
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Woolich software update

I follow woolich in FB and this popped up so figured I'd share

The latest version of the Woolich Racing Tuned software adds a bunch of features for the 2016-2017 ZX10R. Stay tuned for more in the coming releases.
New Features Include:
- Disable Fuel Cut
- Disable PAIR / Air Injection System
- Disable Intake Flap
- Idle Speed
- Intake Flap Opening RPM Map
- Intake Flap Opening Throttle Map
- Injector Balance
- Ignition Dwell
Existing Features
- Features available for Kawasaki ZX10R 2016-2017
- IAP Fuel Maps
- TPS Fuel Maps
- Electronic Throttle Valve Maps
- Ignition Timing Maps
- Autoblipper (no additional cost)
- Race Shift Pattern (no additional cost)
- Fuel Trim Maps
- Adjust RPM Limiters
- Adjust Fan Temperature
- Exhaust Valve Opening Maps
- Disable Top Speed Limiter
- Disable Stock O2 Sensor
- Disable Exhaust Valve
- Woolich Racing AutoTune
- Real Time Engine Data
- Diagnostics: Read and Clear Fault Codes
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post #2 of 98 Old 12-15-2016, 07:58 AM
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Talked to Justin tonight. He has the following figured out and nailed down as of a few hours ago:
Pair valve disable
Disable fuel cut
Injector balance
Ignition dwell
Idle speed
Intake flap removal
Intake flap maps (opening/closing maps)

He will be releasing an interim update in the mean time to get this stuff in there while he continues to continue working on the list of things we have as well as the rider/race aids like TC, wheelie control, etc.
In this thread Gen 5: 2016 -> Dashboard Modes - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net

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post #3 of 98 Old 12-15-2016, 11:02 AM
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Nice update, i wonder if Disable Intake Flap actually disables it or is just to stop the bike throwing a code when you remove it
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Nice update, i wonder if Disable Intake Flap actually disables it or is just to stop the bike throwing a code when you remove it
I think it disable it moving....mainly because i see there is a way to map its opening and closing.
It probably also disable the error light.

more info is on the woolich FB page on a thread with people asking and getting answers.

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Already asked the same question on their FB page, i am guessing you're probably right and it will disable it, which will be handy.
Best thing about this update is finally getting the fuel cut disable, means my auto tune will start to map the IAP properly, and stop trying to richen it up every time i close the throttle and the AFR spikes due to the fuel cut
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It disables the code so you can chuck it and not worry about it.

Additionally the maps for the opening rate/conditions for the actual flaps have been put in so you have control over them as well if you don't want to disect your bike.

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It disables the code so you can chuck it and not worry about it.

Additionally the maps for the opening rate/conditions for the actual flaps have been put in so you have control over them as well if you don't want to disect your bike.

Any chance you can explain what each of the maps actually mean, as i see there is a high and low map for both the % and the RPM
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Some great updates!!! Time to send my ECU back to Nels @2wdw.com
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It disables the code so you can chuck it and not worry about it.

Additionally the maps for the opening rate/conditions for the actual flaps have been put in so you have control over them as well if you don't want to disect your bike.
Can we leave the flap in and disable it from opening and closing via a program switch or by making the maps stay open?

Im thinking of getting an auto tune...
woolich make there own brand? or should i get a Bazzaz?
Oh yeah...where should we look to be updated about the new release?

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Some great updates!!! Time to send my ECU back to Nels @2wdw.com
They use woolich for their flashes?
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