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    FZS SVHO ECU -Reflash - Top Speed vs Accelaration - question

    I have a question regarding with ECU Reflash, all the reflash option R1, R2 and R3 show only the top speed, but I can not find acceleration improvement, for example, in the Yamaha site, FZR from 0 to 30 mph in 1.3 seconds. How compare the reflash to stock, from 0 -30, 0- 40, 0- 50, 0-60 and 0- 70 (0- 80 only for reflash ECU).


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    What's the question?? Lol

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    The question is: what is the improvement in acceleration differents speeds for SVHO with - Stock ECU vs Reflash ECU

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmfmk3 View Post
    What's the question?? Lol
    The question is: what is the improvement in acceleration different speeds for SVHO with - Stock ECU vs Reflash ECU

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    Quote Originally Posted by superdavid View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Jmfmk3 View Post
    What's the question?? Lol
    The question is: what is the improvement in acceleration different speeds for SVHO with - Stock ECU vs Reflash ECU
    There is like 3 different threads on this. Difference is huge. Substantial increase in every aspect. Other upgrades are required when reflashing.

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    Basically you need to find someone who has a direct before and after comparison acceleration graph pulled from data logging. I am not sure if anybody has posted one yet but it might be hard to find considering there is no data logging built into the stock (flashed) ECU. It would have to be a radar graph or similar.

    Quote Originally Posted by superdavid View Post
    I have a question regarding with ECU Reflash, all the reflash option R1, R2 and R3 show only the top speed, but I can not find acceleration improvement, for example, in the Yamaha site, FZR from 0 to 30 mph in 1.3 seconds. How compare the reflash to stock, from 0 -30, 0- 40, 0- 50, 0-60 and 0- 70 (0- 80 only for reflash ECU).

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    Stock=Nice!
    Ribbon Delete & Bypass=Wow!!
    ECU Reflash=HOLY SHIT!!!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Chupacobra View Post
    Stock=Nice!
    Ribbon Delete & Bypass=Wow!!
    ECU Reflash=HOLY SHIT!!!!!


    LOL great comparison.

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    +1, LOL!!!

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    agreed! if you add a hi boost wheel = HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOlllllllYYYYYYYYYYYYYY FUCK!

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