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  1. Servus Leute, ich habe mich die letzte Wochen mal ein wenig umgeschaut, was es für alternativen zum PC und zur Sacknussen-Diode für neuere Bikes gibt. Nach langen Recherchen bin ich auf folgendes gestoßen: (Bsp. Z750 07-12) http://n1-design.com/supported/kawasaki-z750/ N1 Design unique featuresAdjustable launch control Adjustable quick shifter (Sensor muss zusätzlich gekauft werden, siehe E-Mal Verkehr) Pit limiter (added soon) New custom features added soon... Race featuresFuel cut off Map switch All area fuel compensation Stock featuresFuel maps Ignition maps Acceleration compensation Secondary throttle plates maps Engine brake control Compensation maps Rev limiter Speed limiter Order your ECU Studio + Z750 '07-'12 Racing ROM kit now! The kit includes: ECUStudio software Programming interface 1 ECU licence Weitere Bikes: ZX6r (636cc) 2013-2015 ZX6r (599cc) 2009-2015 ZX-6r 2007 - 2008 ZX-6r (636cc) 2005 - 2006 ZX-6r (636cc) 2003 - 2004 Z 750 2007 - 2012 Z 750 2004 - 2006 Z 1000 2007 - 2009 Z 1000 2003 - 2006 E-Mail Verkehr: --------------------------------------------------------------- "Good morning Nico, the kit includes the hardware interface and the software to edit the maps. The ROM included is standard but with some extra features, mainly quickshifter and launch control. To use the quick shifter you'll have to buy a quick shifter sensor. The software allows you to edit any parameter, any time you want but only on one ECU. If you wish to tune more than 1 ECU you'll have to buy additional licences for 150€ each, no need to buy the whole kit again. Regards, Luca N1 Design" --------------------------------------------------------------- "Hey Luca, thanks for your fast answer. So Ive found a list of other ECU hacking providers. They can do the following things: Remove factory timing retard * Remove throttle restrictions * Increased idle * Increased rev limiter * Remove speed limiters (gear dependent) * Reduce excessive engine braking/improved deceleration * Improved throttle control & reaction * Remove injector shut-off on deceleration * Eliminate factory “error codes” ** (removing the exhaust servo motor * O2 sensors * steering dampers * pair valve AIS system) * Improved fuel maps * Improved ignition maps * Injector phasing adjustment* velocity stack switching adjustment (variable stacks only) * Race fuel mapping Can I do these things with your kit on my own? I know, that the 2009 model has another O2 Sensor than the 2007 and 2008. Is it possible to put them off with your editor? Can I put the hardware interface directly on the ECU or do I need to do something special with it. Like drill on a special area to geht in the aud port of the ECU? Regards, Nico --------------------------------------------------------------- Hello Nico, we prefer not to fool our customers. A lot of the "features" listed are not present in your ECU so we don't promise things that are just not real. Particularly there is no factory timing retard, nor throttle restrictions, no speed limiters based on the gear and of course you can not improve "throttle control" for the simple reason that your bike has no ride-by-wire so the throttle control is only in your hand. Other features listed are just called with different names, for example "injector shut-off" instead of "Fuel cut-off". The feature available for your bike are listed here and this is all you'll find on your ECU: http://n1-design.com/supported/kawasaki-z750/ You can also disable error codes, O2 sensor included. Our interface is designed in 2 parts: the first one will remain connected on your ECU and the other one goes from your computer to the first part of the itnerface. No need to pierce any hole in the ECU, you just need to add 3 pins on the stock connector of your ECU. Everything you need is provided with the kit, any future update to the software or to the ROM for your bike (we are about to release the pit limiter function) is included and will be automatically downloaded by the software. We are not aware of differences between '07 and '09 models, we tested our ROM on any Z750 from '07 to '12 and it worked fine on every model. Please let me know if you have any other question. Regards, Luca N1 Design Weitere Infos: Allora l'interfaccia è circa questa (per la mia ci sono 4 cavi, cambia da centralina a centralina) i pin vanno inseriti negli appositi buchi (non fate caso al filo spelato avevo sbagliato io) sulla sinistra c'è il connettore lato moto e sulla destra il connettore che va al computer con il programma che viene dato questi sono i le varie opzioni per la z750 2006 (specifico per questa moto perchè mi diceva che con alcune centraline si hanno molti più parametri ) e qui stavo testando il launch Quelle: http://www.z-italia.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=142349&start=0 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ECUStudio Fazit: - mit 350€ relativ günstig. - man könnte sich das Kit einmal für 350€ kaufen und ein Kumpel müsste nur noch 150€ für eine weitere Lizenz zahlen - "lebenslanger" ECU Software-Support bei neuen Features - Sehr schnelle Antwort via E-Mail - Nachteil: bisher keine nennenswerte Erfahrungen mit dem Anbieter
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