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Re: First impressions: BAUCE Racing ECU flash

Just got a reply from Ant, he's good, but freezing up there right now and running off a generator. That's top notch service right there, doing what he can in his current living condition due to the storm. Hope his power comes back up soon.
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. hard to explain why but trail braking is so epic now!
i want to say its mainly because you are doing the majority of the braking now. its more finessed and less abrupt now with out the bike engine braking ontop of you adding in brake input.
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Re: First impressions: BAUCE Racing ECU flash

Hey guys i have been reading the nice reviews about th flashing...but is there any downsides?

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Hey guys i have been reading the nice reviews about th flashing...but is there any downsides?
The only down side I see to this regarding street riding is the raised idle at 2k. I'm sure you can ask chief to keep the idle at Stock. So far, that's the only down side I've come across.... Really not even a downside, just preference bro.


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Hey guys i have been reading the nice reviews about th flashing...but is there any downsides?
I wouldn't send anything right now though till the crises and Jersey has mellowed out some.

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ok...cool..so unlike with a PC\bazzaz there are maps depending on what setup you have...for example :

I have a full m4 system with a KN filter vs my friend who has a yoshi slip on with his CAT still in....will his flash be different from mines?

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ok...cool..so unlike with a PC\bazzaz there are maps depending on what setup you have...for example :

I have a full m4 system with a KN filter vs my friend who has a yoshi slip on with his CAT still in....will his flash be different from mines?
I can't speak for what chief can do but unless you build a map with a Bazzaz or pc you'll be running a map that wasn't tailored for your bike per se. No two bikes are the same bro.

I'm an idiot and sold my Bazzaz....ill be picking up a zfi w/ Afam here real soon again.


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Even after a flash it's a good idea to run your Bazzaz and keep the bike running at its top.


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Zero down sides from my perspective. Overly satisfied with the flash and all I've done on it so far is street riding. Have to wait till next season for the track! And the raised idle helps oil pressure into the engine. Our beasts run with excessively low pressure with stock idle settings.

Glad to see ant is getting the recognition of his work and effort he deserves! Prolly overwhelmed with orders and the storm.
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