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05-06-2019 09:18 AM
comfysofa The only thing I've heard is once the ecu is flashed with the Woolwich software.... Its then locked so only they can adjust it....

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05-06-2019 09:13 AM
littlereiter99 Anyone ever use the woolich racing tuning package? I've heard really good things about it.


2015 Kawasaki Z1000 ECU Flashing
05-06-2019 05:06 AM
comfysofa
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Originally Posted by Jordan Z View Post
Thinking about getting the flash from 2wheel dynoworks, what do you suggest ?
Find out whats in the flash....if youre not near a dyno (that is capable) then youve got no choice. Mine for example has the below mods done along with a custom fuel map. Im assuming at this point youve got a full system...this is an absolute must...

1. Flapper valve deleted.
2. Reduced engine braking
3. o2 sensor deleted.
4. Secondary injector cut in rpm moved from 7k to 3k
5. Redline increased by 500rpm as it was still making power....if your bike is not going to dyno then you probably wont be able to do this bit

Just for the record my baseline flash was 128 at the wheel and after went up to 146
05-06-2019 03:11 AM
Jordan Z
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Originally Posted by comfysofa View Post
The last time I hit 155 was 3 years ago.... Nice that it can get up there but on the whole impractical... Between 70 and 130 it's ****ing awesome. Hope to find out the actual top end of mine next month at the tt... As you can legally go as fast as you want...

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Thinking about getting the flash from 2wheel dynoworks, what do you suggest ?
05-03-2019 03:08 PM
comfysofa The last time I hit 155 was 3 years ago.... Nice that it can get up there but on the whole impractical... Between 70 and 130 it's ****ing awesome. Hope to find out the actual top end of mine next month at the tt... As you can legally go as fast as you want...

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05-03-2019 02:57 PM
Skrip Man, my hands are getting ripped off the grips at 150+ due to the straight bars. I've never once thought about re-gearing. Y'all are gods! Or you have vice grips for hands!
05-03-2019 02:33 PM
JohnJuan
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Originally Posted by Jordan Z View Post
yea just a little more, bike feels dead in 6th gear

You should have it looked at again. Mine is stock, and even it pulls well in 6th.
05-01-2019 12:05 PM
comfysofa Mine went on a dyno close to where I live.... Uk... Bristol. Made 146 at the wheel... Its got such a short ratio box it cant fail but to pull in every gear!

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05-01-2019 11:45 AM
littlereiter99
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Originally Posted by comfysofa View Post
Defintately loose the PC5 and get the ecu flashed....theres quite a heavy restriction in there which holds back the secondary injectors that a pc5 cant adjust....you say your going for more top end? mine clears 155mph with more to go....you need more than that?!
Who did your ECU flash?
04-30-2019 12:50 PM
comfysofa Wow... Mine pulls like a train in 6th...

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