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This is a discussion on ECU reflash update within the Alba Racing forums, part of the Supporting Vendors category; Thought I would take a moment and update everyone where I am with ECU flashing on the Wolverine and Viking. I have spent hours and ...

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    ECU reflash update

    Thought I would take a moment and update everyone where I am with ECU flashing on the Wolverine and Viking. I have spent hours and hours looking through map tables sorting. I am just about finished and just need to locate 1 last rev limiter. So far I have the ability to do the following:

    Alter Fuel table for TPS% vs RPM for each individual gear. (H, L, R, and P)
    Alter Fuel table for MAP(mBar) vs RPM
    Alter Timing table for TPS% vs RPM for each individual gear. (H, L, R, and P)
    Deactivate Air Injection System
    Alter and lower Radiator Fan Activation and Deactivation Temperatures

    I have seen up to 5% Peak HP increase and 10% Hp increase in the high speed areas with a stock rev limiter. The radiator fan activation is huge in my opinion as I see more and more people asking about fan override switches... why worry about a switch when I can lower the temp from the factory 205F to whatever you like! In an nutshell I am making great progress and should be ready to start flashing shortly!!!

    Nate
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    This is good news!
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    Any idea on pricing, turn around times, and availability for tune changes for mods?
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    I am thinking $250-$300. Turn around is same day usually. I do not charge for changes in mapping or returning to stock.

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    So I take this will drop exhaust temps also.This is one of my main concerns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by allyammies View Post
    So I take this will drop exhaust temps also.This is one of my main concerns.
    Yes, with richer AFR's and since I can deactivate the air valve it will lower the exhaust temps for sure.

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    Can Yamaha detect the changes to the computer if I need to take my machine in for warrenty work?
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    By deactivating the air valve, will that do away with the need for an AIS blocking plate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by R2V2 View Post
    By deactivating the air valve, will that do away with the need for an AIS blocking plate?
    Yes. The valve will never open, so there will be nothing to block off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamahopper View Post
    Can Yamaha detect the changes to the computer if I need to take my machine in for warrenty work?
    Not at the dealer level.

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