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post #21 of 27 Old 11-30-2017, 04:35 PM
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The main aim of the tune after the ECU reflash was to level out the fueling and increase the low down torque delivery, apparently these bikes are set up with very lean low end and then rich top end, his aim was to flatten this line out and get a smooth uniform fuel and power delivery using the PCv. After speaking to him on the phone he was really happy with the result and commented on how strong this engine was compared to others he had worked on, once i've sourced a full system ( or at least de-cat and add an end can) he is keen to get it back on the dyno and see where we can get the final numbers. This is a whole new area of modding for me and will get him to run through this whole process and how the numbers are achieved when i pick the bike up.
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very interested in how this turns out and would like to know your personal opinion of the changes to the bike in road use.

I am based in the midlands and would like to sign up with an ECU reflash company for my bike. Most that I have spoken too have not done a GSXS 1000. Want to sin up to someone with real experience and published results.

I know nothing and welcome the opportunity to share my knowledge with anyone crazy enough to take it
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Tony, where did you get the reflash done? Hoping to get mine done in the spring, was thinking Hilltop as I know a couple on here are very happy with their results but they don't use Woolich as far as I know.
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Tony, where did you get the reflash done? Hoping to get mine done in the spring, was thinking Hilltop as I know a couple on here are very happy with their results but they don't use Woolich as far as I know.
Glad your happy with the results
Hi Mate.. I had mine done at Steve Jordan Mc's in Leatherhead Surrey .. I would say you must get it Woolich flashed as they can get right into the ECU to turn all the rubbish restrictions off including the fuel cut, as I understand Hilltop can't do that. I'm so pleased with the bike now its a keeper. I was thinking of selling the bike before I got the reflash done as I was so disappointed with the snatchy throttle and poor fueling even after fitting a PCv and custom tune.
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Thanks for the reply, that may be a bit far for me to travel, will look around closer to home.
I am In no hurry as don't have the snatchy throttle only the stuttering under 4000 rpm which just irritates me.

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Thanks for the reply, that may be a bit far for me to travel, will look around closer to home.
I am In no hurry as don't have the snatchy throttle only the stuttering under 4000 rpm which just irritates me.
You could always get the bike vanned over like I did..
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I'm on the verge of putting mine in over the winter at some point and getting it done too, I've got a pcv with adjusted original map and stock exhaust and the bike runs smooth but not perfect, i just need to decide whether or not to get a full de-cat exhaust fitted first.
Also has anyone used https://p3tuning.com/
P3 posted a woolich base flash and a pcv on a gsxs this week, think it started at 128 and they took it to 140bhp??? rubbish
I would get just a decat, no need for a full system, mine made 152bhp at junction33 dyno at Galgate Nr Lancaster with just a decat and standard can
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