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F/S Reflashed ECU and Quickshift

Quickshift is controlled by the ECU with the FTECU software. Different MAPS for quickshift and also Launch control and pit limiter

ECU is currently tuned for a decat with slip-on with 02 disabled, exhaust valve disabled, pair valve disabled.
Ignition timing unified and optimized, Top speed limit removed.
Fuel Maps optimized.
Tuning and options can be changed to suit buyer.
Much faster and smoother than standard.

Quickshift is plug and play connected via the gearshift position sensor connectors

Will work with existing keys




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But... how will your bike work without brains?


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But... how will your bike work without brains?
Because of a business opportunity flashing bikes here, I have to move to another company providing equipment for flashing bikes, which unfortunately doesn't support the quickshift.

I got another ECU off a totalled bike so I have a spare ECU.
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Will work with existing keys
Is the IMMO disabled in this ECU?

Or is the EPROM (register) reset by you?

Interesting anyhow.

Seems like this ECU (physical) is shared among more than one model.
I have a spare ECU from my B-King and this works fine (except for IMMO/keys) with the GSXS.

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Is the IMMO disabled in this ECU?

Or is the EPROM (register) reset by you?

Interesting anyhow.

Seems like this ECU (physical) is shared among more than one model.
I have a spare ECU from my B-King and this works fine (except for IMMO/keys) with the GSXS.
If you write to the ECU with a Bin file from a bike that doesn't have an IMMO such as a US bike then it becomes disabled
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If you write to the ECU with a Bin file from a bike that doesn't have an IMMO such as a US bike then it becomes disabled
I thought the wiring was different/incompatible between bin-file for US and "The rest of the world" regarding this?
But I assume you have verified this with your bike (that have IMMO/wiring/transponder).
Does this mean that the ECU is the same regardless market.
It have the EPROM-chip for IMMO (93C56) in the ECU regardless of it being bypassed for bikes sold in US?

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I thought the wiring was different/incompatible between bin-file for US and "The rest of the world" regarding this?
But I assume you have verified this with your bike (that have IMMO/wiring/transponder).
Does this mean that the ECU is the same regardless market.
It have the EPROM-chip for IMMO (93C56) in the ECU regardless of it being bypassed for bikes sold in US?
Yes, verified - i have used US and EU ECUs with the same bin file
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