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Old 11-09-2012, 03:30 AM   #61
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When you let off the throttle your bike will slow down rather fast with engine braking. Now slow down really fast while braking and downshifting and your rear tire locks up and starts to slide. I've done this a couple time to avoid running a red light. Now with the flash your bike won't engine brake so hard and will coast longer, giving you more control with your brakes. I'm a fairly new rider so forgive me if I've totally got this wrong, but that's what it seems like for me. Plus I only have like 30 miles on my bike since I got my ECU flashed.
I'm still trying to understand how that'll make your rear lock up? Why would fast deceleration and downshifting cause your rear tire to lock up? Ive never had that happen when racing cars so maybe thats why its harder for me to grasp. If anything I imagine the operator to catapult from the bike by not being ready leaving the bike to slide, not the tire

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Old 11-09-2012, 04:20 AM   #62
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The back tire gets really light under heavy braking, so its easier to lock up with all the engine braking trying to slow it down
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Old 11-09-2012, 04:22 AM   #63
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With the slipper, it doesn't lock up. But it is rotating much slower after a couple downshifts than the front is going. So it does slide - buy bit bc it's locked up.

As for the guinea pig for the 07 - im getting it done.


(excuse typos, as this was a mobile posting)
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Old 11-09-2012, 07:39 AM   #64
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Old 11-09-2012, 08:08 AM   #65
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Re: First impressions: BAUCE Racing ECU flash

I'm not one bit disappointed with my reflash. At first start up I noticed the higher idle and my check engine light was gone (exup removed). Tested it out a couple times through some local canyons and the difference was really noticeable; wanted to get a feel for it before my trackday yesterday. Throttle is much smoother, less engine braking is awesome, and the slipper is much better now too.

A couple weeks ago, I felt the back shimmy one time while downshifting going into turn 5 at Laguna. This time around at Infineon, had no issues with the slipper doing it's job. Felt the front come a few times too. If anybody is debating on getting a reflash, don't hesitate.
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Old 11-09-2012, 08:20 AM   #66
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One thing that has not pointed out as well is.....


If you have non-stock gearing.... Anthony can calibrate the ECU to read the proper mph. Then you can simply sell your speedDRD.


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Old 11-09-2012, 08:30 AM   #67
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One thing that has not pointed out as well is.....


If you have non-stock gearing.... Anthony can calibrate the ECU to read the proper mph. Then you can simply sell your speedDRD.


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Not sure if it was mentioned, but same goes with stock gearing. He sets it to correct the factory error.
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Old 11-09-2012, 08:33 AM   #68
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Not sure if it was mentioned, but same goes with stock gearing. He sets it to correct the factory error.



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Old 11-09-2012, 01:51 PM   #69
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I'm not one bit disappointed with my reflash. At first start up I noticed the higher idle and my check engine light was gone (exup removed). Tested it out a couple times through some local canyons and the difference was really noticeable; wanted to get a feel for it before my trackday yesterday. Throttle is much smoother, less engine braking is awesome, and the slipper is much better now too.

A couple weeks ago, I felt the back shimmy one time while downshifting going into turn 5 at Laguna. This time around at Infineon, had no issues with the slipper doing it's job. Felt the front come a few times too. If anybody is debating on getting a reflash, don't hesitate.
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One thing that has not pointed out as well is.....


If you have non-stock gearing.... Anthony can calibrate the ECU to read the proper mph. Then you can simply sell your speedDRD.


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Not sure if it was mentioned, but same goes with stock gearing. He sets it to correct the factory error.
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Thanks guys!!!!

And for 07 guys, Derffred has been running it for WEEKS. I even reflashed cause he had a tiny bit of popping when decelling to 5k.

QR6/Quintin has had his done for a WHILE now. I just mailed his back to reflash. I set the correction to his sprocket tooth count. So the bike's OEM error came into play and he was doing 93 at 100 with a GPS (not military grade, but better than no GPS). It was 50 at 50 mph though.

So I flashed Quintin's with a % correction vs the tooth count to see if it's more precise. I appreciate you working with me on that Q!!!
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So my ECU should display the correct mph now?


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