ECU Tuning

Electronics now are the crooks of performance modification, with full systems controlling  throttle plate, secondary throttle plates, variable velocity stacks, fuel injection r1m-p3-tuning
quantities, injection degrees, ignition advance, torque delivery, anti-wheelie, traction control and the list goes on but with access to these tables we are able to completely transform your bike to suit you and your needs. We can also utilise the on board maps to give different configurations for wet ridding or exhaust baffled maps to keep the bike performing at it’s optimum.

Stock electronics has many in built restrictions hindering performance and ride feel, removing these makes the bike feel much more controlled by the rider. We are able to give control of your motorcycle back to you.

Systems that can be controlled include:

  • IAP Fuel Maps
  • TPS Fuel Maps
  • Electronic Throttle Valve Maps
  • Ignition Timing Maps
  • Ignition Dwell Maps
  • QuickShifter 
  • Autoblipper
  • Launch Control 
  • Pit Lane Limiter 
  • Race Shift Pattern 
  • Injector Balance Maps
  • Injector Timing Maps
  • Adjust RPM Limiters
  • Adjust Fan Temperature
  • Disable Top Speed Limiter
  • Disable Stock O2 Sensor
  • Disable Fuel Cut
  • Disable PAIR Valve
  • Disable Exhaust Valve
  • Woolich Racing AutoTune
  • Real Time Engine Data
  • Diagnostics: Read and Clear Fault Codes

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Ensuring performance through perfection 

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We strive to give the best possible gain from our services and in an industry that is changing very fast and ever toward the technically obscene, only the technically nerdy will survive and as we are pushing the boundaries of data analysis, intuitive electronic solutions, we are the new breed of motorcycle tuner.

Offer services for Motec, Kit ECU, Bazzaz, Power commander and standard ECU modification.

For prices and more information please get in contact with the team or better still call in and discuss any queries over a coffee.

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Power commander vs ECU map

Most commonly asked question for a tuner, “do i need a power commander if I get an ECU flash?”

Only a full custom map covers fuelling, a quick flash with any map is irrelevant unless it has been tailored specifically to your bike that means running the bike on a rolling road as is in the configuration to be ran therefore differing exhaust configurations require different mapping tables (we always offer baffle in/out maps along with wet maps). Maps designed for other vehicles may have similar parts I.E exhaust, air filter however the fine details in construction of the bikes, how the air box is fitted the build tolerances and even how the headers are fitted change the characteristics of air flow and the demands of fuelling/ignition.

ECU mapping on standard equipment is done in a way which involves taking lots of recorded data then pulling out the information from the bike, editing tables in accordance with the given data and our reference points then sending this information back to the ECU for another round of testing and further adjustment. This is a lengthy process due to using read only data, by contrast a Power commander runs live data, meaning an adjustment can be made while the bike is running and the results instantly measured giving a much quicker way of completing the fuelling process.

A Power commander on it’s own can only do one function that being the fuelling however it does this very very well, gaining a better result easier than ECU mapping, but is unable to change other features and therefore restricts the overall gain.

For the best results possible an ECU base flash alongside a PCV is always the best option getting the best of both worlds.

Annex 1: With multi function maps as standard these are always best optimised through the ECU as a Power Commander acts as a mask and will not adjust when different modes are selected causing potential fuelling problems.

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