Is there an auto tune?I’ve come to some initial conclusions about the Woolich USB D v3 & software package. I have found it to be very good for doing many things like reading/writing ECU’s, removing factory limiter settings, viewing and adjusting fuel maps, ignition maps, STP maps, exhaust-valve settings, etc, etc, etc. Also, if you make mods to your bike such as installing a slip-on & mid-pipe or replacing the stock steering-damper with an aftermarket, you can remove the fault codes that will be generated by removing the stock units. And you can do these things without paying someone else to flash the ECU for you. But, for me personally, one of the best values is that it’s an excellent training platform to learn what ECU flashing and engine tuning is all about. For $318, I think it’s an outstanding investment.
Even more can be done with the Log Box D v3 setup with its on-board memory card and wideband O2 sensor that allows for live engine data to be recorded while riding. An optional AFR display can be mounted for visual monitoring but the Log Box records much more useful AFR parameters onto the memory card, which can be downloaded into the WRT software.
Just my take on it so far in the short time I’ve had it installed and have been looking into it. The quest for understanding continues. It’s a little surprising that none of the flashing/tuning guru’s are chiming in but then again I have always been more of a learn it on your own type anyway.
The Log Box D v3 & Zeitronic ZT3 wideband O2 sensor kit has been ordered and shipment will be processed soon.
Some people who knows, it's their bread & butter. It's very secretive.
I was about make a connector & use a generic software to play with mines.