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Old 01-31-2015, 02:59 PM Thread Starter
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Best tunes for 2014 gsxr 750?

Hey guys I'm getting a full exhaust for my l4 gsxr 750 (as I already have a slip on yoshi r77) and just wanted to know what else would be good to get hp. ANY Input would be good. Thanks
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Old 02-02-2015, 09:42 PM
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Throw a power commander 5 on, flash tune ecu, then get custom tune. . .
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Old 02-03-2015, 04:37 AM
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I don't think a PC is necessary with a flash.

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Old 02-03-2015, 06:11 PM Thread Starter
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I was thinking getting a PCV but apparently it can't control all 8 injectors like Bazzaz. Also Flashtuning is supposed to be the best for unlocking a bike. So I'm stuck choosing between Bazzaz and EcuUnleashed
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Find a dyno shop that can remap the ECU on a dyno. There's no point paying a lot of money for generic maps. Maybe like 50 bucks to get rid of pair and other codes, TRE etc. But I wouldn't pay for generic maps, every bike is different.
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Old 02-05-2015, 03:16 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks Tecate. But do u recommend a piggyback with a custom dyno tune or an ECU reflash? I'm trying to get at least 135hp and I currently have 126hp on my 750 right now
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Ecu flash> piggyback
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Old 02-06-2015, 05:12 AM
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Thanks Tecate. But do u recommend a piggyback with a custom dyno tune or an ECU reflash? I'm trying to get at least 135hp and I currently have 126hp on my 750 right now
You will get best results when you remap the ECU. However it looks like pretty much all of the dyno shops over there are "married" with DJ/Bazzaz.
Over here, most of the Suzukis and Kawazakis are dyno tuned using ECU flashing.
Why spend money for a piggyback s*it while you can do so much more to the ECU, but you just need to find a right guy to do that...

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Old 02-08-2015, 08:59 AM Thread Starter
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Ok so I'm gonna reflash the ECU and get a full exhaust. I want to be able to beat some liters so what else should I do? Should I just not tune my 750 and buy a liter or I heard you can do a superbike package from Dano's Performance that will give 148-150 hp so should I do that? My friends have cbr1000's, s1000rr's, zx10r's, busa's, zx6r's, so I need something that will be equal to them.

Oh yea and I have a tuner who works on racebikes like panigales, HP4's, etc. so he can reflash the ECU and do the work needed

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You need a turbo to equal a 1K...
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Old 02-08-2015, 12:30 PM
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Good luck chasing . Just sell it and get the H2R
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Old 02-09-2015, 02:01 PM Thread Starter
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Good luck chasing . Just sell it and get the H2R

Yeah no. I think 300 rwhp is just a little too much. I also have a ducati 999r that's been tuned crazy so I guess I could use that... unless there's something for my 750. So I can't make my 750 keep up with liters?

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There's no replacement for displacement..... unless you strap a turbo or SC.
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I also have a ducati 999r that's been tuned crazy so I guess I could use that... unless there's something for my 750. So I can't make my 750 keep up with liters?
999R is down ~50hp to modern 1Ks.

Sell the 750 and get a BMW S1000RR if you are worried about straight line speed...
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999R is down ~50hp to modern 1Ks.

Sell the 750 and get a BMW S1000RR if you are worried about straight line speed...
My Duc has 164 rwhp and was stock 128 hp. So with this much power, I know the best liters make around 190ish hp but maybe the Duc can keep up with them and btw I've been looking at the 2015 s1000rr and have been debating to get rid of the 750 or 999r but the 999 is an R bike and I've spent a total of around 43k dollars on it. Oh yeah and I want my 750 powerful because I want a bike that can kill 600s in handling or at least be near but get enough power to smoke liters with the right skill.

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Old 02-10-2015, 03:45 PM Thread Starter
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There's no replacement for displacement..... unless you strap a turbo or SC.
That's why I have a Busa in the garage
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Guys I'm probably getting the S1krr or just keeping this bike cause this bike is a great all around bike so I'm just gonna do a few mods. I just wanted know if anyone knows about a product called Woolich Racing? It's supposed to be the best for efi flashing and fuel management so if anyone knows anything that'd be great
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I believe Tecate has mentioned them before. Not sure though . He'll ring in anytime now . He knows his shiznit.
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Guys I'm probably getting the S1krr or just keeping this bike cause this bike is a great all around bike so I'm just gonna do a few mods. I just wanted know if anyone knows about a product called Woolich Racing? It's supposed to be the best for efi flashing and fuel management so if anyone knows anything that'd be great
Don't know where your located but you can get the ECU flashed by Flash Tune they used to be in LA but I think he has moved to Orange CA. I had mine done by him and have no complaints bike runs perfect. And no 750 is going to run with a liter bike unless its boosted or has a shot of gas simple fact.


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Guys I'm probably getting the S1krr or just keeping this bike cause this bike is a great all around bike so I'm just gonna do a few mods. I just wanted know if anyone knows about a product called Woolich Racing? It's supposed to be the best for efi flashing and fuel management so if anyone knows anything that'd be great
I have their LogBox + ZT3 wideband. It works as promised and gives much more precise tuning than piggyback systems. I tried autotuning feature and it works well, but I still had my bike tuned on a dyno. Tuner used his own analyzing software, but flashing was done using Woolich Racing software. He remapped both IAP/TPS maps and also tweaked ignition maps.

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Don't know where your located but you can get the ECU flashed by Flash Tune they used to be in LA but I think he has moved to Orange CA. I had mine done by him and have no complaints bike runs perfect. And no 750 is going to run with a liter bike unless its boosted or has a shot of gas simple fact.
Do they use a dyno for tuning or just mail in ECU flashing?
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Old 02-19-2015, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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So Flashtune, ECU Unleashed, or Woolich Racing?
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So Flashtune, ECU Unleashed, or Woolich Racing?
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Mail in ECU flashing service that costs $70< - pass.
(Only good for disabling codes, TRE etc., but not for fuel maps.)

Flashing Kits without O2 wideband and data logging - pass.

A custom map made using a dyno is the best option, but you will get really good tune with a Woolich Racing kit (2012-2014 Suzuki GSX-R 750 Log Box Pro (Denso) + Zeitronix ZT-3 Wideband O2 Package)
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Old 02-20-2015, 01:56 PM Thread Starter
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So you recommend using no aftermarket item at all and getting a custom tune or piggyback with a custom tune?
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So you recommend using no aftermarket item at all and getting a custom tune or piggyback with a custom tune?
Where did I recommend getting a piggyback system? Do you understand the differences between the different options?
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Is the Yoshimura EM Pro worth considering? My tune shop has it so I was just wondering whether to consider it

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Also, does anyone know if custom tuning the stock ecu gives the best results? I talked to some people and they told me that.
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Also, does anyone know if custom tuning the stock ecu gives the best results? I talked to some people and they told me that.
What do you think Tecate was telling you ?
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Old 03-17-2015, 07:23 PM Thread Starter
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I don't know much about tuning so I never understood Tecate. But now I do. But thanks for y'all's help guys.

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I have their LogBox + ZT3 wideband. It works as promised and gives much more precise tuning than piggyback systems. I tried autotuning feature and it works well, but I still had my bike tuned on a dyno. Tuner used his own analyzing software, but flashing was done using Woolich Racing software. He remapped both IAP/TPS maps and also tweaked ignition maps.


Do they use a dyno for tuning or just mail in ECU flashing?

+1 to woolich logbox and zt3 wideband

dyno tune is always best, but if your somehow not able to get your bike dyno'd or cost is an issue, woolich is the best, you don't need any type of piggy back system you just edit your own ecu the wideband sensor logs data to the log box and its way more accurate than pcv autotune and bazzaz zfm autotune I have ran both piggy back units on my 750, and woolich logbox is by far the best thing ever!
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ECU tuning is the best option. It reprograms the ECU to do what you want, rather than tricking it to do things. I'm not a huge fan of Woolich, even though I own some of their stuff. They refuse to support the K6/K7 750 (Flash Tune has much better definitions for that bike), and I've gotten some extremely rude comments from their customer support.

They have better definitions for newer bikes, but it wouldn't take them long at all to finish the definitions for the K6/K7 750, and they refuse to do so because "the customer base is small." That's paraphrasing.

A lot of people get the ECU flashed, and then use a piggyback to control fueling. This would be the second best option in my opinion. You change your fan temps, rev limiters, disable certain FI codes (again, on the newer bikes). Schnitz is local to me, and does this for $75 plus shipping. It doesn't take long. Also, because I just removed a power commander, installing one is a pain in the ass if you don't have tiny hands. Another major plus for ECU flashing. Also, if you want to flash the ECU without removing it from the bike (like, to tune with it), you need to install a harness into the bike to do so. If you buy your own ECU flashing equipment, it will come with the harness you need.

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ECU tuning is the best option. It reprograms the ECU to do what you want, rather than tricking it to do things. I'm not a huge fan of Woolich, even though I own some of their stuff. They refuse to support the K6/K7 750 (Flash Tune has much better definitions for that bike), and I've gotten some extremely rude comments from their customer support.

They have better definitions for newer bikes, but it wouldn't take them long at all to finish the definitions for the K6/K7 750, and they refuse to do so because "the customer base is small." That's paraphrasing.

A lot of people get the ECU flashed, and then use a piggyback to control fueling. This would be the second best option in my opinion. You change your fan temps, rev limiters, disable certain FI codes (again, on the newer bikes). Schnitz is local to me, and does this for $75 plus shipping. It doesn't take long. Also, because I just removed a power commander, installing one is a pain in the ass if you don't have tiny hands. Another major plus for ECU flashing. Also, if you want to flash the ECU without removing it from the bike (like, to tune with it), you need to install a harness into the bike to do so. If you buy your own ECU flashing equipment, it will come with the harness you need.
Sorry you had some bad support, when did they refuse to support k6/k7? From what I understand they have serviced k6/k7 for awhile now.
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I talked to my mechanic and like some of you said a custom tune on the Ecu is the best bang for the buck. I realized that if I'm putting money into my 750 I might as well wai another year and purchase the re-designed gsxr 1000 for 2017. It's going to be the most powerful gsxr ever built, lighter, more efficient, and everything so my I think my best bet would be to wait for that bike
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What is the best quick shifter to use with the Woolich Racing LogBox and ZT-3?

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What is the best quick shifter to use with the Woolich Racing LogBox and ZT-3?
Buy their (Woolich) QS-kit. It comes with a Cordona strain gauge sensor.
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