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2012 track bike bike- performance questions

morning,

Happy to finally be back on a cbr1000. I used to track an 06 and alot has changed in the bikes since the 2012 i picked up.

So couple questions on the hrc goodies for this bike.

with the hrc ecu, power up kit and radiator, is there anything missing with that combination from the hrc lineup that would be needed to run that?

Probably a dumb question but want to make sure i'm not missing something for the trans/clutch or anything else.
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Probably help if i add some additional information.

I have the Arrow Trophy Titanium exhaust for it and was planning to run the HRC ECU and piggyback it with a Bazzaz to handle the fuel map. Planning to have APE port the head and then do the HRC power up kit along with the hrc radiator.
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I would think that an ECU flash of your stock electronics would be a much better and cost efficient way to do things. You would not need the Bazzaz at that point and can enjoy all of the advantages of the HRC ecu without all the negatives. Talk to Danos Performance and see about the flash options for your bike.

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I would think that an ECU flash of your stock electronics would be a much better and cost efficient way to do things. You would not need the Bazzaz at that point and can enjoy all of the advantages of the HRC ecu without all the negatives. Talk to Danos Performance and see about the flash options for your bike.
I would still need to piggy back with it to tune it on the dyno for the bike or run active mapping. What negatives are you referring to? The hrc ecu is quite reasonable, price wise
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The hrc ecu is quite reasonable, price wise
It's the HRC harness, sync cable, and CD that cause sticker shock.
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You said that right we have tested the HRC stuff and found it is way over priced for little cost versus return ratio. Dano
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2012 track bike bike- performance questions

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morning,



Happy to finally be back on a cbr1000. I used to track an 06 and alot has changed in the bikes since the 2012 i picked up.



So couple questions on the hrc goodies for this bike.



with the hrc ecu, power up kit and radiator, is there anything missing with that combination from the hrc lineup that would be needed to run that?



Probably a dumb question but want to make sure i'm not missing something for the trans/clutch or anything else.


You will also need the harness


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You will also need the harness


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Can you explain why the harness is needed? My understanding is the ecu works fine with the stock loom


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You said that right we have tested the HRC stuff and found it is way over priced for little cost versus return ratio. Dano


Thanks for the input. Iíll shoot over an email to you. Been looking at your porting and cam setup


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