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post #1 of 9 Old 02-20-2019, 03:05 PM Thread Starter
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Ecu flash

Best place for Ecu flash in Telford Shropshire


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I feel like you made an account to advertise for a store, two post,

1st post of a bike inside a shop with what looks to be sales tags still on it.

2nd post being ecu flash advertisement immediately 2 minutes later.

Are you an owner or salesman?

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New owner, got the bike Monday, thatís a picture I took at the shop, will get some more pics at the weekend, as for the Ecu flash, I wanted to get some info really, as many people seem to recommend it


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New owner, got the bike Monday, that’s a picture I took at the shop, will get some more pics at the weekend, as for the Ecu flash but didn't give a name was confused, I wanted to get some info really, as many people seem to recommend it


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Ah alright, there was no question mark in the first post at end of sentence, it sounded like you was saying the best place to flash ecu is in that location. Welcome. hope you enjoy your ride! get some more pictures. Blue is the best color.

I have no idea for Europe bro's for ecu flashing, ive seen some names mentioned, I am sure some Europe guys will throw suggestions. but it makes a world of difference! so if you aren't 100% happy right now, you can get it flashed and will be worth its weight in gold. Also people recommend TPS adjustment, so read up on that among other various tips and tricks from gsxs owners.

For example, the brake hose that runs over the top of radiator, they recommended me get a little thicker rubber hose and putting it on it, guess the hose rubs against radiator and goes through it over time. I just did like 5 inch long fat piece, put it around it, and zipped it, going nowhere.
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looking myself and might try here

https://bsd.uk.com

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We would always advise a ecu re-map, we can switch off all the emissions controls and fuel the bike properly. The price is £350.00+vat and we would need the bike here for approx. 2.5 hours

but can you go first and try them, let me know how you get on

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I am in Stafford but took my bike to Junction 33 in Lancashire for a Woolwich tune, did the decat and muffler box delete at the same time.

PCR in Cannock are good too. not sure of anyone with GSXS experience in Telford.

Ask on the GSXS owners uk forum on Facebook, they have discount codes too.
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spoke to PCR today and 300 squid plus vat for dyno run and set up, not bad
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For example, the brake hose that runs over the top of radiator, they recommended me get a little thicker rubber hose and putting it on it, guess the hose rubs against radiator and goes through it over time. I just did like 5 inch long fat piece, put it around it, and zipped it, going nowhere.
I think FP meant to say clutch cable, not brake cable.
I was looking at a Kwaka Z1000 picture on a Manufacture's web site, and I see they include a stout rubber or plastic overcover tube over the clutch cable as it runs the same fashion as the GSX-S1K over the edge of the radiator.
Will or does the 2019 new 1000 have it too now ?

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I think FP meant to say clutch cable, not brake cable.
I was looking at a Kwaka Z1000 picture on a Manufacture's web site, and I see they include a stout rubber or plastic overcover tube over the clutch cable as it runs the same fashion as the GSX-S1K over the edge of the radiator.
Will or does the 2019 new 1000 have it too now ?

Rob.
my bad you are right, I just remember it being on the brake side, so assumed it was a brake cable. not sure, mines an 18 and didn't have the stout rubber, but I fixed that for like 1 dollar regardless.
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