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07-18-2019 09:39 PM
My Name Is Jeff
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Originally Posted by john.moore.1.6td View Post
I have a 2017 model bough new in Belgium and it stops at 240km/h.
Im also capped at 100HP. so above 7k rpm theres no power I need someone to reflash my ecu. 190km/h is also ecu restriction says my suzuki dealer.

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I feel sorry for ya because above 7000rpm is where the fun begins...
07-17-2019 09:38 PM
john.moore.1.6td I have a 2017 model bough new in Belgium and it stops at 240km/h.
Im also capped at 100HP. so above 7k rpm theres no power I need someone to reflash my ecu. 190km/h is also ecu restriction says my suzuki dealer.

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07-17-2019 09:33 AM
lost Yeah, it's got to be a translation issue. Otherwise the OP hasn't discovered 4th, 5th, and 6th gears yet.

I've read/heard (maybe on this forum) that bikes have an aggressive limit on them in some countries. \_(ツ)_/
07-17-2019 07:08 AM
Beaker If that is 120 mph at 13000 rpm there has been some serious regearing going on and the top end limiter has been adjusted

I think its a problem in translation [emoji3]


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07-16-2019 11:48 PM
frog4aday Just read that Japanese cars & motorcycles come with 180km/h restriction.


Volvo is capping all their cars at 180km/h (112mph.)


Knowing that our bikes have speedometers that are about 5% to 8% 'optimistic', his speedo might be SAYING 190km/h, when he is going closer to an actual 180km/h, which would be the 'limit' built into some bikes (and cars) in some countries.


It would be nice if he listed his location with his avatar or at least pop back on and let us know where he lives.



Can Danos flash an ECU from a bike from another country? That would be interesting!
07-16-2019 11:24 PM
Reagenn I had forgot about that limiter on some bikes. If 190km is where it is, it sounds like that's what he has.
07-16-2019 11:21 PM
Beerded Wanderer I recall someone posting about onerous speed limiters in some country, could be that
Edit: he does say he's at 13k rpm. He's only hitting that with a modded ECU. Zero chance you hit 13k in 6th at 190kph
07-16-2019 11:17 PM
frog4aday Based on the language of the post, I just made the assumption he wasn't from the USA and wherever he was from had a 'lower' restriction than we get. Probably shouldn't assume so much. But he said the bike runs fine...right until he hits 190km per hour. Seems like an electronic restriction. If it was something else (stuck exhaust valve) it would affect the bike in lower gears, at lower speeds and would be more rpm dependent. Not sure what else to say to help the guy without more info.
07-16-2019 11:17 PM
Beerded Wanderer Shift to 4th
07-16-2019 11:15 PM
Cainus83 The top speed limiter only restricts a very small amount. You will still hit 240 or so. The 190km speed limiter I've read about here on the forum applies to bikes sold in some European countries.

As its an ECU restriction, a flash would be the only way to unlock it.
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