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post #1 of 53 Old 12-05-2012, 02:07 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone had their ecu reflashed?

I was wondering if anyone has had their ecu flashed? It seems to work well for the 10R.

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our bike is a bit different than the 10r. if they will flash it but still keep the oem rev limit intact, go for it. if they say they have to bump it up some, stay away. if you bump the rev limit on our bikes above the stock limit without replacing the intake springs with stiffer HRC parts, you WILL float a valve.


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I have a re-flash on my kawi zx6r, and my car. both with dptune.

ask for Joe. at the time I bought my cbr 1000rr they hadn't finished the re-flash, but now it is.

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PM me if you want his email address. he's active on some motorcycle forums, but I haven't seen Joe on this one.
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our bike is a bit different than the 10r. if they will flash it but still keep the oem rev limit intact, go for it. if they say they have to bump it up some, stay away. if you bump the rev limit on our bikes above the stock limit without replacing the intake springs with stiffer HRC parts, you WILL float a valve.
I can see that happening. So we need to make sure they keep the rev limit? good info because I've been toying with maybe flashing my ecu. but I don't want to be one of the first guys, the guinea pigs haha. I've heard the flash on the CBR doesn't really make a huge difference overall but hopefully someone can chime in otherwise.

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I have a re-flash on my kawi zx6r, and my car. both with dptune.

ask for Joe. at the time I bought my cbr 1000rr they hadn't finished the re-flash, but now it is.

http://dptune.com/

PM me if you want his email address. he's active on some motorcycle forums, but I haven't seen Joe on this one.
thanks for the info

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I've been considering this for my CBR as well, but I think I'll get the GSXR re-flashed and treat the Honda to a Bazzaz unit EFi + Z-Bomb for now.

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You can chose to keep your rev limiter at OEM level.
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I had my ECU re-flashed by ECU Unleashed with the higher rev limit and didn't have any problems, though the rev limit only went up about 400 rpm to 13.5k. I can't say how much power it made, never had it dynoed but it ran good. At least until the rings/cylinders were so bad the engine didn't have enough compression to start. It also burned about a quart of oil/track weekend. No more Hondas for me...
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I had two CBR's, an 08 track and a '10 street bike. I switched all the track parts over to the 2010 and will use it for a while. Next bike will be an S1000RR or ZX10.
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