07-17-2005, 09:52 AM
Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: Lakewood, Colorado, United States.
Originally posted by tberd
a friend and myself cracked the Kawasaki code in the stock ECU . I then made a data cable and flashed my ECU . Adjusted rev limit , sub throttle opening point , eliminated the servo motor and adjusted the timing and fuel curve all the way up the band .
I sold mine and several other friends PC3 USB's , Ivan's TRE and his servo eliminators . None of this was further needed . Everything was adjusted inside the ECU .
In short , I placed the bike on my Dynojet 250i dyno . Made a custom map . Transfered that to our software and flashed away .
To answer your other post I sold the bike . The dyno sheet went with it . I think I still have it on the Dynojet computer at the shop .
I'm gonna have to call bull shit on that one. "I sold the bike and the dyno sheet went with it" and "i made software to reflash the ecu" There's only 1 way I would believe that and that's if I saw it happen.
Here's the price list for the pistons, part numbers and everything. The only 2 parts that come as a set are the connecting rods and the pistons themselves.
• Piston 13001-0061
• Piston Pin 13002-0008
• Piston Rings 13008-0019
• Circlip 92033-1161
• Connecting Rod 13251-0015
• Connecting Rod Bushings 92139-0109(blue) / 0111(brown)
• Use standard snap ring