SuperMod of the North
Very cool! Keep us posted.
Ok, this is intriguing Why do I feel like Homer Simpson sitting at the nuclear plant’s control-panel pondering his next button push, when all his coworkers come down on the elevator and when the elevator door opens Lenny quietly tells them “Wait, he’s about to do something stupid.”? lolLooks like some very intuitive programming. Seems very granular. Too bad neither of us can use it, Tin, lol...
???“Houston, do you read?”
“Affirmative, Space Cadet. What’cha got.”
“I managed to correct my wiring screw-up on the black ECU connector and have established communication with the computer. Read function on the ECU Serial # and Part # is complete, as is the Read function of the ECU bin file.”
“Copy that, Space Cadet. Stand by for further instruction, and for land’s sake don’t go messing with any fuel maps and leaning out the AFR too much. We don’t want you lighting up the sky in a ball of flame and destroying our beautiful blue machine; Houston out.”
“Roger that, Houston, Space Cadet out.”
Finally got a refill after the flashed ECU was put in, MPG was 44.6 on that tank. Can't complain.You can remove the ecu & take it in your house.
Have you noticed a decrease in fuel economy? These flashes generally messes with the fueling when you shut the throttle off.
Sorry, did you send your ecu to schnitz? Or they're another software?Finally got a refill after the flashed ECU was put in, MPG was 44.6 on that tank. Can't complain.
However, after reading the bin file I have (so far) noticed two things Schnitz says they did that the bin file read doesn't agree with. They said they increased the rev limiter to 15,000 rpm but it still shows to be set at 14,500, and they said they changed the fan setting to come on at 90 C but it still shows 100 C. I'm not saying that I want the settings where they say they changed them to, and I'm quite happy that they are where they are, but it does give me pause about trusting their integrity as far as doing what they say they will do.
Yes, one ECU was sent to Schnitz Racing in Decatur Indiana and was reflashed by them. This is the spare ECU I mentioned at the start of the first post in the thread and is the ECU I have installed in the bike.Sorry, did you send your ecu to schnitz? Or they're another software?
I can relate to that, and is why I have the factory ECU in a zip-loc bag & boxed while I play with the $150 spare ECU. The Woolich software also has a "Return to stock" flash function if a return to square 1 is necessary.Pretty much the way I learn as well. I would want a bone stock known good ECU on the shelf as a spare though...I tend to fix things by breaking them....