Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'EfiProgrammers'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Dirt Bikes
    • General Dirt Bike Forums
    • Make / Model Specific
    • Dirt Bike Technical Forums
    • Special Interest Forums
    • Dirt Bike Regional Discussion
  • General
  • ATV / UTV
  • Inside TT
  • ThumperTalk Clubs FAQ & Help's FAQ/Help & Discussion
  • Chadwick, Missouri: Information & Riding's Topics
  • So Cal Flattrack's Club Forum
  • Thumperjunkies - Ottawa & Eastern Ontario Riders's Discussion
  • Jersey MX and offroad's Places you ride
  • Jersey MX and offroad's Discussion
  • SE Ohio Riders's Club Discussion
  • NorCal Trail Riders's Topics
  • Northern Nevada Roaming Bastards's Discussion
  • North Texas Enduro Riders's Topics
  • Twistin it in PHX's Introduce yourself!
  • Twistin it in PHX's Discussion
  • So-Cal Track and Trail's 1st club ride coming soon...
  • Moto TnT Track & Trail's Moto Tnt Racing Questions
  • Moto TnT Track & Trail's Rider's Forum
  • Dualspot Riders Orange County So~CaL's Club Discussion
  • Chester County PA DS/Adventure's Im here
  • Chester County PA DS/Adventure's Ride Dates & Times
  • Niagara region's Club Discussion
  • Walker Valley Single Track Riders's Unanounced ride(s) recap(s)
  • Walker Valley Single Track Riders's Supplements & recovery aids
  • Walker Valley Single Track Riders's Bikes maintenance & restoration
  • Walker Valley Single Track Riders's Safety gear & apparel
  • Walker Valley Single Track Riders's General
  • Walker Valley Single Track Riders's Riding technique
  • Sacramento Area Trail Riders's Club Discussion
  • Sacramento Area Trail Riders's Info from another club
  • NC woods riders.'s Club Discussion
  • Colorado US Route 50 Rides's Club Discussion
  • Middle GA Off-Road & Trails's Club Discussion
  • WNY Dual Sport Trail Riders's General Discussion's
  • SoCal JUST RIGHT riding club's SUNDAY 10.13
  • OREGON Riders Club's Club Discussion
  • South Texas Dirt riders's Topics
  • PNW Trail Maintenance Club's Trail equipment and how to carry it
  • PNW Trail Maintenance Club's General Discussion
  • PNW Trail Maintenance Club's Introduce Yourself
  • New England riders's Events
  • SC Dirt Riders's Topics
  • Club RMX's Photos and videos
  • Club RMX's Engine & Engine tuning
  • Club RMX's Chassis, Suspension, & tuning
  • Club RMX's Electrical and electronics
  • Club RMX's Body, fender, & Graphics
  • Club RMX's Build projects
  • Club RMX's Everything else
  • Club RMX's Classifieds
  • North GA Trail Riders's Topics
  • Virginia Supermoto's Club Discussion
  • Kentucky Trail Riders Club's Topics
  • ADK ADV's Notes
  • Pennsylvania Dirtbike Riders's introductions
  • Missouri Dual Sport Riders's General discussion
  • Missouri Dual Sport Riders's General discussion
  • Missouri Dual Sport Riders's Adventurepalooza 2021
  • Missouri Dual Sport Riders's Organized ride section
  • Missouri Dual Sport Riders's Gpx files
  • Missouri Dual Sport Riders's For sale items

Categories

  • Powersports Gear & Apparel
  • Universal Parts & Accessories
  • Parts & Acc. - Japanese Bikes
    • Honda Parts & Accessories
    • Kawasaki Parts & Accessories
    • Suzuki Parts & Accessories
    • Yamaha Parts & Accessories
  • Parts & Acc. - Euro Bikes
    • Beta Parts & Accessories
    • Husqvarna Parts & Accessories
    • KTM Parts & Accessories
    • Other Euro Parts & Accessories
  • Motorcycles
    • Off-Road Motorcycles
    • Dual Sport Motorcycles
    • Street Motorcycles

Products Categories

Vehicles Categories

Garages

Blogs

There are no results to display.

There are no results to display.

Calendars

  • ThumperTalk Clubs FAQ & Help's Club Calendar
  • Chadwick, Missouri: Information & Riding's Events
  • So Cal Flattrack's Club Calendar
  • So Cal Flattrack's Events
  • Thumperjunkies - Ottawa & Eastern Ontario Riders's Club Calendar
  • Thumperjunkies - Ottawa & Eastern Ontario Riders's Events
  • SE Ohio Riders's Events Calendar
  • NorCal Trail Riders's Ride & Event calendar
  • Northern Nevada Roaming Bastards's Stuff that happens on a particular date
  • Central Washington riders's Events
  • Dualspot Riders Orange County So~CaL's Events Calendar
  • Niagara region's Club Events Calendar
  • Walker Valley Single Track Riders's I love Mondays trail ride
  • Sacramento Area Trail Riders's Events Calendar
  • Sacramento Area Trail Riders's First round of Hollister 2020
  • NC woods riders.'s Club Calendar
  • Colorado US Route 50 Rides's Club Calendar
  • Middle GA Off-Road & Trails's Club Calendar
  • OREGON Riders Club's Club Calendar
  • PNW Trail Maintenance Club's Calendar
  • North County San Diego - DirtbikesWithDad.com's 2020 Calendar
  • North GA Trail Riders's Ride Calendar
  • Virginia Supermoto's Club Calendar
  • Kentucky Trail Riders Club's Events

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Interests

Found 109 results

  1. 2 reviews

    Reads air fuel Works with PIM-2 self mapping feature Dyno or on-track self mapping Computes fuel map for air ful ration settings from 11.0 to 15.0 SST sensor bung included, Optional Ti sensor bung available Sets fuel adjustments at each throttle position and RPM range Plug-N-Play installation with the PIM-2 unit (may require pipe modification to accept sensor) Allows for quick and easy dyno tuning User adjustable target air fuel ratio for performance and fuel economy
  2. 1 review

    DESCRIPTION Tokyomods is the industry leader in performance ignition systems for today's MX, SX, SuperMoto and ATV’s. We continue to lead the way in the EFI and Ignition field with the all new 2015 Honda CRF450R. Just send in your stock 2009-2015 CRF450R ECU and we’ll reprogram it with Tokyomods exclusive Fuel and Ignition performance maps. Remapping is a must with any aftermarket exhaust system or other engine modifications. Even a stock bike will see significant gains in power after installing Tokyomods fuel injection and ignition performance maps. With several maps to choose from, you can increase the bottom, middle, top or overall power of the engine.
  3. 1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION BMW Race map 3 ECU reprogram
  4. 0 comments

    Great performance and a comfortable commuter
  5. Apoc

    KTM 690 Enduro R (2010)

    0 comments

    I'd give it a five star if it wasn't for all the problems it had to begin with. Poorly tuned and a defective fuel pump from the get-go. Too bad KTM wasn't on top of it.
  6. 0 comments

    So far, awesome machine! Changing out the 14t sprocket for a 13T makes a huge difference! Stock exhaust dropped 10 lbs off the bike and removing the rear fender/ lic plate assembly for a DRC Edge2 install dropped another 5 lbs and cleaned up the tail end quite nicely. Stock tires are find for light trail riding, but slippery hard pack or muddy conditions really show how a tire that does well on the street, makes for a lackluster woods tire. I have had this bike on technical terrain and the stock suspension has faired well. I am 190 lbs and the rear shock did require some addition of pre-load. Suspension upgrades are on the 'to do' list on down the trail.
  7. I have a 2012 Honda CRF250R with FMF 4.1 RCT Aluminum Muffler, FMF Titanium Megabomb Header and Twin Air Air Filter. I am trying to decide who the best person or company to send my stock ECU for a remap to get the most power out of my upgrades. Any help thanks.
  8. Any thoughts, tips,or good advice on purchasing a EJK controller for a 2014 honda crf250L ? We need more low end power for steep hill climbs and this seems like a good start.
  9. I'm just wondering if any one knows if I am running race fuel if the pim 2 is any good or should I step up to the vortex. Bike has full yosh exhaust and screens out of air box cage. Thanks guys and gals
  10. Well here goes.... The injection system on the CRFL is designed using automotive type technology. It is a basic open/closed loop speed density system. Excellent information about the system and diagnostics are available at RamZ's incredible site 👍http://www.rickramsey.net/CRF250L.htm Let me try to explain how the system operates so everyone can hopefully understand. Here's an abbreviation table taken directly from the Helm service manual, thanks to "Bob80". 👍 I'm used to using automotive abbreviations from when I was a tech so I added those to the list. So keep that in mind... MAP = Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor(can also read barometric pressure) TPS or TP sensor = throttle position sensor CTS = Coolant Temperature Sensor O2 = Oxygen Sensor IAC = Idle Air Control valve/stepper motor CKP = Crankshaft Position Sensor IAT sensor = Intake Air Temperature sensor EVAP = Evaporative Emmission system AI/02 = Air Injection Oxygen system valve/sensor PAIR = Pulse Secondary Air Injection ECM/PCM = Engine/Powertrain Control Module EEPROM = Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory MIL = Malfunction Indicator Lamp DLC = Data Link Connector DTC = Diagnostic Trouble Code SCS service connector = Service Check Short connector VS sensor or VSS = Vehicle Speed sensor A/F ratio = Air Fuel ratio PGM-FI =Programmed Fuel Injection. OBD is On Board Diagnostics. There are different versions like OBDI or OBDII. Open loop is when the engine is running on base programing. Closed loop is when the engine is monitoring the sensors and adjusting as needed to maintain the "desired" air/fuel ratio to achieve complete combustion. Adaptive memory is the computers ability to adapt to and remember what is needed to achieve the desired air/fuel ratio in closed loop mode. It has the ability to add or subtract fuel as needed. There are two types of adaptive memory, long term and short term. Long term memory is stored memory about what was needed and short term memory is what is needed at that moment. The computer uses short term memory to establish it's long term memory. The MAP sensor is used to read Barometric pressure at key on. This would be how the PCM checks altitude. It monitors engine vacuum which it used to determine engine load by comparing it to the TPS reading. It can also sense alititude change at WOT if programed to... The TPS sensor tells the computor what position the throttle is in. It's as simple as that. The CTS is just as simple, it monitors the coolant temperature for the PCM. The O2 sensor monitors the oxygen level(air/fuel ratio) in the exhaust so the computer can adjust as need when in closed loop mode. The CKP sensor identifies the crankshaft position, RPM and can be used to sense when the engine fires (or even misfires). The ECT sensor provide the engine coolant temperature. The IAC is a air bypass valve that is used to control the engine speed at idle. The throttle body allows a predetermined amount of air past the throttle blade and the IAC controls the extra air flow needed to reach the correct idle speed and prevent stalling. I'll add more details about this later since stalling it is a problem. The IAT monitors the air temperature going into the engine. Cold air is denser and has more oxygen in it. It is used in combination with the other sensor values to help determine the correct air/fuel ratio. The lack of the cam sensor and 1 wire narrow band O2 sensor shows me it is basically an early type automotive system. It uses a EEPROM controller. EEPROM is electronically erasable programable read only memory type controller. This means can be reprogramed/flash programed. This system doesn't do too much OBD so it is easier to trick it as needed. This also makes diagnoising and testing easier for the average backyard tech. The IAC is a stepper motor that allows extra air into the engine to control the idle speed. The throttle closes sightly further which decrease emissions on decel. When the RPM drops low enough the IAC takes over to control the idle speed. There is a minimum air flow specification that the throttle stop screw is adjustment determines. It is preset by the factory and painted so tampering can be determined(more about this later ). 😏 2013 models have different emission standards they need to meet. That is why the stock muffler contains a catalytic converter for example. In open loop it monitors the TPS, MAP, CKS, IAT and the ECT sensors mainly. It uses these values to determine what base programing cells in the computer to use. In closed loop it monitors the O2 sensor also, using it to provide the information the computer needs to achieve the desired air fuel/ratio results. The adjustments to fuel control are done by the short term and long term adaptive memory. The long term adaptive memory monitors the trends and adjustments the short term memory makes and then adjusts it's values so the short term memory value stays near the center of its adjustment range. The long term memory stores its memory so it's ready for the next time it goes into closed loop operation. The short and long term memory has the ability to add or remove the amount fuel the engine sees by adjusting fuel injector pulse width as needed. I think closed loop operation has been increased for 2013. It probably handles hot idle and 0% to about 50% throttle openings. It won't go into closed loop until the O2 sensor reaches the proper temperature. There are some other perimeters involved also. Cold operation and 50%+ throttle operation is probably done in open loop on base programing. The computer has multiple memory cells it uses for closed and open loop operation. These cells store the base programing for open loop and the adjusted base programing for closed loop operation. There is also a limp in mode if a sensor the open loop needs to monitor fails. Sometimes limp in mode equals tennis shoe mode because of a lost crank sensor signal or a meltdown of some type. Tennis shoe mode means your walking home. 🙂 Limp in mode means it will get you to home, but thats about it. Extended riding in limp-in mode could cause damage to the catalytic convertor in the stock muffler.
  11. I know this was talked about at some point, but I can't find the definitive answer. I've connected my new EJK controller, (without moving the tank I might add 👍 ) but now I'm left with two questions: Do I disconnect the O2 sensor? Do I disconnect and cap the exhaust valve? Both disconnects are recommended by bestdualsportbikes yet I can't find anyone else that has done it and noticed a difference. I hate disconnecting things that the factory spend tons of R&D money to put on the bike. In short, there's a good reason they put these things on it. However, if it's just EPA, or emissions restrictions then someone hand me a wrench!
  12. 6 reviews

    Fuel control for each individual cylinder in a smaller enclosure Warm up fuel adjustment (unit reads engine temp and allows fuel/timing adjustments based on the reading) Reduced size from the PCIII USB Easy to install USB powered from computer; 9 volt adapter is no longer needed Two position map switching function built in Can add any Single Pole Single Throw (SPST) switch and toggle between two different fuel maps Gear/speed input allows for map adjustment based on gear Analog input allows user to install any 0-5 volt sensor Build an adjustment table based on analog input such as boost or temperature Power Commander V is capable of allowing each cylinder to be mapped individually and for each gear with the gear position input connected More tuning ranges than PCIII USB Enhanced accel pump utility Made in the U.S.A.
  13. 2 reviews

    DETAILS Dyno and field tested, the Power Surge 6X will allow correction for humidity, temperature, air pressure, along with race fuels and motor modifications. The tuner adjusts in a matter of seconds in 6 zones, including an accelerator pump feature for more throttle snap response. The tuner can add or subtract fuel from the injection system. Conditions like rich or lean running, and stalling from flame-out at low revs can be corrected. The Power Surge 6X stays mounted on the motorcycle or quad and is easy to understand and adjust. The Power Surge 6X is a next generation performance tuning product for modern EFI systems. JDJetting's testing and research will provide the performance you need. JDJetting Power Surge 6X fuel injection tuner: Increase power Improve throttle response 6 levels of fuel injection tuning Adjustable accelerator pump surge circuit Easy to adjust at the track or off road Tuning logic similar to a carburetor Installs in minutes Recommended settings included
  14. 1 review

    Mapping pre-installed based on HMF dyno results Easy installing using existing wiring harness Push button key pad lets you adjust as you ride Water and shock resistant
  15. 2 reviews

    Fuel and ignition timing control USB (Universal Serial Bus) port provides an instant, problem-free way to connect your Power Commander to a computer Provides precise information for fine-tuning a fuel-injected motorcycle when changing an air filter, installing a new exhaust system or doing additional engine performance modifications Each unit includes a built-in microprocessor and a specific map designed to improve engine performance over stock; Dynojet continuously maps new calibrations for each bike, which are available for downloading at their website (www.powercommander.com) If you do not have a computer, you can change the settings with three touch buttons on the faceplate OEM-style wiring connectors with improved harness protection are supplied; no wiring modifications required Includes easy-to-follow instructions Direct injector control technology manages the fuel curve on models that do not have the sensors to monitor fuel adjustment Features an expansion port for future add-on modules from Dynojet Software is compatible with Windows ME/2000/XP/Vista; opens all maps with .djm extension USB cable and 9V battery power adapter are included Professional adapter is ideal for service/parts department applications, consumer adapter is for limited use Made in the U.S.A.
  16. 2 reviews

    Packaged as 1 complete unit (Z-FI controller, harness, shift switch and adapter rod) Shares the same features as the Z-FI controller except for the added Quick Shift capability Uses patent pending, QCK ignition cut for smooth, clutchless up-shifting User-adjustable, gear-dependent kill times for optimal shifting in all gears Updated shift switch and application-specific adapter rods for 2007 Shift kits are available in either standard or reverse shifting configurations For closed course competition use only. NOT FOR STREET USE May not be legal for sale or use in California or in other localities due to state and/or federal anti-tampering laws
  17. 1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION The KX FI Calibration Kit is the same kit used by Kawasaki's works teams in Europe and the U.S. The kit enables expert riders to adjust engine characteristics (by rewriting actual data maps) to suit their preference, record riding data, and analyze their riding data to further fine-tune their settings. The KX FI Calibration Kit contains KX Racing software, an ECU controller, mounting brackets and damper, harness and USB cable. In addition to the kit, a PC and 12 V battery are all that is required. While the kit is designed to satisfy racers and expert riders, it is simple and hassle-free to use: the ECU controller mounts behind the number plate for easy access, accessing the ECU is accomplished simply by connecting to a PC via the ECU controller using a USB cable (no additional switches are necessary), setting adjustments can be prepared in advance on a PC, or done when connected to the ECU, the kit's user-interface is simple to understand and easy to use The KX FI Calibration Kit contains seven preset settings that can be quickly and easily used to adjust the ECU to suit track conditions.
×
×
  • Create New...