I guess the stock ECU Lambda control would be out of range with a PC connected and thats why it throws the light ?My ZX10R already have the Lambda as standard! Currently removed and fitted lambda eliminators. To stop the FI light tripping. If you are using an ECU for race track purposes. U do not need the Lambda sensors. Unless your bike will be subject to CO2 testing.....
Ya I saw that, and with the option of traction control too? Hmmm... If Suzuki wasn't running traction control before this year, I wonder how Bazzaz came out with one so quickly? :lol:Bazzaz performance has a new closed loop system fully programmable coming out maybe look into that!
Ok I understand now where you coming from. The lambda on the standard 10work within a fairly narrow parameter. When you install a PC, the lambda still has an effect on the custom and tends to lean it out but only in a given certain parameters. I can't seem to recall at the moment what those are. But it usually around at constant throttle. To take full advantage of a PC the lambda need to be disconnected / removed from system. When this happens, only then the FI light is tripped. The eliminators purpose is trick the ECU into thinking all is well. And thus no FI light. I had to fit a set after I destroyed my Akra EVO full race system and could not bear the $$$ to buy another set. So went cheap and got the Boz which has no facility for Lambda sensors.I guess the stock ECU Lambda control would be out of range with a PC connected and thats why it throws the light ?
Thats why I wondered wether the Race ECU had programmable Lambda control , guess not...bummer. but for race purposes I would want it closed loop control , I have my reasons.