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post #1 of 12 Old 01-19-2009, 07:54 PM Thread Starter
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For you guys that dragrace only, do we need a speedohealer when we gear our bikes -2 in the front? Will we get better mph (in the 1/4)with it?

I always hear the zx14 guys talking about when they gear the bike in the front, then getting the healer, then instantly gettin like 3-5 mph, is it the same with the zx10?? Please inform.
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The only need for a SH is to re-calibrate your speedometer, to make it more accurate for times when changing gearing, even with stock gearing to make it read true. I'm pretty positive that you don't gain anything from the SH, so getting 3-5 mph in the 1/4 isn't something I see happening, unless of course I'm missing something with the 14's.

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I doubt it for a SpeedoHealer, are you sure he is not talking about a TRE? Even if he is talking about the TRE I believe that is for bypassing the Speed Limiter, I don't know the 14 that well but there are to many IFs involved if true, like the SpeedoHealer sends signals to the ECU, the ECU adjust maps for a gear and SPEED among others(I do believe the Gear Indicator is based on those factors).

I can tell you a 10R for the first Gen the SpeedoHealer does nothing to change maps and know I can unplug mine and won't loose 1mph other than conditions and rider error. It is for correcting the Indicated Speed Period to your cluster and nothing else.

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speedo healer is just and only for makeing the speed-o-meter read correctly..Speedohealer has absolutely nothin to do with increaseing speed.tre is a totally different mod..tre mod might decrease yer et if yer just draggin the bike

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I doubt it for a SpeedoHealer, are you sure he is not talking about a TRE? Even if he is talking about the TRE I believe that is for bypassing the Speed Limiter, I don't know the 14 that well but there are to many IFs involved if true, like the SpeedoHealer sends signals to the ECU, the ECU adjust maps for a gear and SPEED among others(I do believe the Gear Indicator is based on those factors).

I can tell you a 10R for the first Gen the SpeedoHealer does nothing to change maps and know I can unplug mine and won't loose 1mph other than conditions and rider error. It is for correcting the Indicated Speed Period to your cluster and nothing else.

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I asked this recently, and I can't remember installing it too well but I thought the SH was post ECU, or does it affect the signal before it goes into the ECU?

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speedo only no performance gains.
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I asked this recently, and I can't remember installing it too well but I thought the SH was post ECU, or does it affect the signal before it goes into the ECU?
On first GENs the speed signal doesn't even go to the ECU so a non issue.

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So how in the world do zx14s pick up mph after they have geared the bikes. Seems like the bike "thinks" its @ 186mph so the ecu does something....
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the zx14s have a speed limiter of 186 with some tall gearing and the bike on spray, turbo or a big motor the speedo might hit that 186 on the dash and the bike may not pull any more rpm but i also thought that was only in sixth gear so maybe thats where they are getting the 3-5 mph but on the ten i dont think its worth anything

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So how in the world do zx14s pick up mph after they have geared the bikes. Seems like the bike "thinks" its @ 186mph so the ecu does something....
the speedohealer isn't what gives them more mph its the gearing change. With better gearing you keep the bike more in the meat of its power range giving better mph and times
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