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post #11 of 22 Old 01-23-2015, 12:48 PM
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Obviously this is not for a street bike, but do you do a reflash preserving the O2 sensor, exhaust valve, etc. for a street bike in stock trim but just flashing it to EU standards (to get the 200 PS)? I was considering Gulls for this because they've got a great reputation, have done all the dyno work, and will stand behind their work. But they're pretty spendy these days at $375.
Yeah, you don't go in sponsors posts and make suggestions for other companies.

Besides, if you pay $375 these days for a simple euro spec flash you're an idiot.
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We are offering a special promotion only for ZX-10R-Forum members. Our price was previously $220, but we are offering a discount of $110 dollars per ECU so that we can offer members here a competitively priced true 'race' ECU flash.
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This ECU flash will completely re-tune your OEM ECU to maximize performance while maintaining OEM-levels of reliability. We achieve this through removal of all restrictions, optimizing of mapping and tuning for various exhaust configurations. We typically see 20-25 peak rear wheel horsepower at the wheel with this service, on an otherwise stock electronically ZX-10R. Gains are as high as 33hp at certain regions, as seen above in our dyno. The bike used in the above dyno was entirely stock aside from an Arrow slip on exhaust and cat delete. It made 189 rear wheel horsepower after our ECU tune, gaining 33hp at 12,750 RPM.

There may be less expensive flashing services out there, but what sets us apart and makes our flash such an excellent value is the extensive dyno testing and tuning we have done. Most other providers of these types of services are simply purchsing DIY flash kits, using generic or mildly improved mapping that leaves a lot of power on the table and compromises the overall smoothness of the motorcycle. We've spent countless hours on R&D and dyno development and the end result is the flash we offer.

Features included are:

- Removal Of All Restrictions
- Customized Fuel Maps
- Customized Ignition Maps
- Customized Secondary Throttle Plate (STP) Opening Maps
- Customized Fuel Trim Maps
- Adjustable RPM (rev) Limiters
- Adjustable idle tables
- Disabled Top Speed Limiter
- Disabled injector cut
- Disabled Stock O2 Sensor
- Disabled Exhaust Valve
- Retain last Traction Control Setting
- Change Traction Control Settings while riding


This is a mail-in service, your ECU must be removed and shipped to us. Our ECU handling time is typically 1 business day.
Hay Justin do you still have the titanium pivot in gold for the Brembo rcs m/c on my 2011-ZX10R (not that matters)
And also with the fluid reserve do you have a trick aftermarket bracket that mounts the reserve to the Brembo handlebar M6 bolts
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Obviously this is not for a street bike, but do you do a reflash preserving the O2 sensor, exhaust valve, etc. for a street bike in stock trim but just flashing it to EU standards (to get the 200 PS)? I was considering Gulls for this because they've got a great reputation, have done all the dyno work, and will stand behind their work. But they're pretty spendy these days at $375.
Yes, we could do something along those lines. The features are all essentially optional and not mandatory at all.
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Yes, we could do something along those lines. The features are all essentially optional and not mandatory at all.
Awesome, thanks.
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Any feedback at all on this flash? I'm curious if anyone has dyno' this flash/tune to compare their claim.
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Sent out a few days ago. I will answer my own question. Thanks anyways...
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Sent out a few days ago. I will answer my own question. Thanks anyways...
I just did mine like 2 weeks ago . and they have done my R6 Ecu before . I have a bit of an issue with idling on a dead stop and taking off . let know how urs turns out .Other than that it really opens up the Zx10 .Hopefully I get mine fixed just emailed them today.
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Anyone else with feedback?

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Got my ECU back but haven't had a chance to check it out yet. I ordered a Arrow full Ti comp exhaust, as luck would have it, when it arrived, box was missing the collector! Dammit!! I'm chomping at the bits waiting to here from the supplier as to, what can be done about it. However I can report that I was not impressed with their customer service. They seem to think its taboo for you to speak directly to the tuner. I finally did after 3 attempts. They insisted they could answer any question. Bought the tune off FleaBay, they sent a generic tune questionnaire for a Yamaha R1. Very long story short, I survived it and my ECU was returned to me within a week. They are the type of seller on FleaBay that waits for you to leave feedback first even though my only obligation was to pay up front before sending the ECU. I did leave them pos feedback along with a few honest remarks that they didn't seem to like. They have not left feedback for me yet, after 3 attempts they still have not responded as to "why". So, in conclusion, my experience with them has been like: "shut-up and take the tune". I've had 2 other ECU's flashed by Don Guhl in the past and he was very knowledgable and personable, he didn't mind taking time to explain and suggest. Great customer service with Guhl. Now I'm feeling like I shouldn't have been a cheap ass!
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