I think it has to do with the decel cut setting. I put my Gen 6 on the dyno tomorrow.Has anybody had an issue after installing the kit ecu where the Revs hang in neutral and first gear? I haven't tested the other gears. If I blip the throttle in neutral the revs will hang for a sec and then slowly come back down.
I think that is for the ABS unit that isn't used with the kit ECU/ harness.Hi all, I need help with my 2020 zx10r kit wire harness install. What do I do with connector off positive batter cable? There isn’t a connector for this on kit harness. I got harness and ecu via Graves.
FYI just got back from a weekend testing my 2020 with 2020 Kit ECU and associated 2.0 software, I can definitely say that the wheelie control is greatly improved over 16-18. The 2020 bike will loft the front wheel about 6-10 inches in 2nd gear accelerating out of last turn at road atlanta and hold it there until next upshift, my 16 would keep raising the front wheel to the point where i would have to modulate the throttle manually. My friends who was riding his 16 with 1.0 kit software said the same, he couldn't rely solely on the wheelie control out of the last turnYeah, I'm running my 2016-18 kit loom and ecu on my 2020. No problem. Since 2020 has a higher rev limit, I upped my overrev values to match.
But definitely now curious to see how 2020 kit ecu and 2.0 will perform. Most important,I wonder if I can transfer my fuel map values from 1.1 to 2.0. It's a good map and why develop another on a dyno if I don't have to.
Update on this - feedback from a very knowledgable person that works at Kawasaki -Anyone with 19-20 or 21 kit ecu that has experience tuning the ETV parameters, can you explain the 0-300% ETV range to me in layman's terms? The 16-18 with it's 50-100% range made complete sense to me, but the 2.0 software and it's 0-300 range is a bit confusing. The base map comes with the entire table populated with 300, and I'm not sure how to interpret kawasaki's explanation of how to tune it. Setting a value below 100% I interpret as the usual limiting of the throttle plate opening vs grip opening, but what exactly does it mean when I set it to 140% or 250% vs the base 300% value? Currently I've been racing on the OEM 300% value everywhere, and according to my data it is a 1:1 relationship between TPS and Grip position, surprisingly it's very manageable and not at all what I would have expected a 1:1 ratio would have felt like based upon what other people say. View attachment 450533
main advantage of 1.1 over 1.0 is the fix they made with simultaneous TC intervention and QS functionality. With 1.0 if you’re exiting a corner and try to grab an up shift while the TC is intervening it won’t allow you to shift (won’t produce the ignition cut required to grab next gear). 1.1 fixes that. Just recently upgraded my friends 2016 from 1.0 to 1.1 because he was having issues short shifting to 3rd gear going up to the crest of turn 4 at barber Motorsports park. He would have to delay his shift until after the crest and the tire regained grip. With the upgrade he was able to short shift just fine while the TC was managing the rear tire.Doesn't look like anyone answered, can you run 2.0 with the 16-18 kit ECU?
I'm still running 1.0, maybe I missed it but what were the improvements between 1.0 and 1.1? Is it true that you cannot use a 1.0 map with the 1.1 software, and if not what work needs to be done to transcribe if that's possible? If 2.0 does not work, is it worth upgrading the '16 bike to the newer ECU so you can run the newer software?
My main problems right now are wheelie control and hesitation on upshifts even though my cut time already seems low at 15 ms.
Hey, new here. I'm building up a 2016 bike, and I have the KRT ECU. I talked to FTecu, they don't have any software listed and the person I'm in contact with says they have no products to work with the KRT stuff. Do you have part numbers or a contact for the FTecu stuff?The pros (just to name a few)
You can change just the KRT settings or KRT and the base maps with Ftecu. This includes traction and wheelie base maps.
Active tune - Close loop fueling runs in the ecu so you have system that ignores the false readings during rider aid strategies that cause piggyback log boxes to record errors in fueling suggestions.
The race team software has an excellent data streem for pro level tuning.
You must have internet when making the changes.
Yes it is possible to overwrite the FTECU software by using the KRT software. However there is no reason to do this because the KRT tuning maps are in the FTECU software.
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Why don't you want to use the kit softwareHey, new here. I'm building up a 2016 bike, and I have the KRT ECU. I talked to FTecu, they don't have any software listed and the person I'm in contact with says they have no products to work with the KRT stuff. Do you have part numbers or a contact for the FTecu stuff?