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Here you go. 3 years late but still, better late than never.

Step 1:
Have ECU flashed to unlock Sport Kit Menu

Step 2:
Change your tires and sprockets as you wish.

Step 3:
Calibrate correctly in the Sport Kit Menu

Step 4:
Go ride!



 

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Can the sport kit be unlocked on base model as well?

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AH, sorry about that - updated title. Yes, all models supported.
 

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I know this is old news and a sore point with some, but I can't help repeating that this facility should have been readily accessed on the SP2 version, especially as Honda itself promoted the bike as: '. . . ready for race use'. (Ref: Supersport Brochure 2017).

On the positive side though, great work Paul and others for releasing what will offer great assistance, especially to the track riders.(y)
 

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I know this is old news and a sore point with some, but I can't help repeating that this facility should have been readily accessed on the SP2 version, especially as Honda itself promoted the bike as: '. . . ready for race use'. (Ref: Supersport Brochure 2017).

On the positive side though, great work Paul and others for releasing what will offer great assistance, especially to the track riders.(y)
On your new bike they didn't leave the calibration menu stub behind to tease you, did they? :ROFLMAO:
 

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Congrats, I know this has been a thorn in your side @RC45. Think the knowledge gained will provide any insight into the 2021 ECU's?
 

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Yes and no.
This feature was probably never supposed to be left as a greyed out stub in the SC77.

The SC82 is really the SC77 in a roid rage so most features are present but really enhanced and much more easily exploited in the HRC ECU - its evident just from the setup instruction manual.

The 2 teams I am conversing with in Europe have all but given up on trign to mess with the stock bike and are just going straight HRC from the get go.

But the street SC82 does have some clever ABS settings - for example TURNING OFF Rear Wheel Lift Mitigation LOL
 

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Here you go. 3 years late but still, better late than never.

Step 1:
Have ECU flashed to unlock Sport Kit Menu

Step 2:
Change your tires and sprockets as you wish.

Step 3:
Calibrate correctly in the Sport Kit Menu

Step 4:
Go ride!



Ok boss how?
 

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Vendor - The SC77 Specialist
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If UPS can get the dress to the church in time for the wedding, then a certain team running a certain bike from a certain manufacturer will be using one of my custom tuned Sport Kit unlocked ECUs this weekend. :censored: :devilish:
 

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Paul, I’d like to do the Kit, is the tune with it the euro stock tune or have you jazzed it up. Thx.
It is quite jazzed and very lively - probably not everyone's cup of tea and not like taking a Sunday jaunt on a Goldwing :devilish:
 

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There will be one heading across the border this winter for sure, just can't have my bike down with the season as short as it is...Hell, if I survive the scare trying level 1 out I can always fall back to like 4, I figure.
 
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