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Old 08-08-2013, 12:44 PM   #21
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Mine use to do that, until I had flashtunes flash my ecu. That is normal for the R1. After the y-pipe, exhaust and ecu flash, my bike never gets over 205 at a stop light on a hot day. And my legs, and aren't burning anymore. This cross plane was worse than my 05' r1. The bike runs nice and cool now. I would highly recommend a y-pipe on your bike, since you have baffles already.

The flashing of the ecu makes an amazing difference in throttle smoothness and power! It makes the throttle feel like it's on a true cable directly with the fuel injection. No lag at all. It also takes care of your fan temp changes.

If your concerned about your bike running hot. Those temps are completely normal. These R1's run hot.

My fans now come on at 200f I think.
How much did it cost to flash the ECU I been thinking about get mine done.
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Old 08-08-2013, 01:40 PM   #22
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$100. Very much worth it. Feels like a whole new bike. Especially the throttle. I drove up there with my ecu and they flashed it for me. I was in and out in 15 minutes. The place is closer to your area for sure.
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Old 08-08-2013, 03:10 PM   #23
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$100. Very much worth it. Feels like a whole new bike. Especially the throttle. I drove up there with my ecu and they flashed it for me. I was in and out in 15 minutes. The place is closer to your area for sure.
Can I get the contact or address 100 buck is good might do it after I get the y pipe. If u can PM me a list you've change on UR bike that would be great
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Can I get the contact or address 100 buck is good might do it after I get the y pipe. If u can PM me a list you've change on UR bike that would be great
Sending PM.
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Can I get the contact or address 100 buck is good might do it after I get the y pipe. If u can PM me a list you've change on UR bike that would be great
If you ever need a retune, it will be free I believe.
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I was just there on Thursday and had my 11' R1 dyno tuned. A healthy difference from the can tune. I have the interface if anyone wants the tune. Mods are based on a 3/4 system.
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Old 08-12-2013, 06:58 AM   #27
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If you ever need a retune, it will be free I believe.
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My Ninja 650R run pretty warm around the knees, will need to change the coolant soon maybe on the 14th since i'll be running ortega on sunday
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This guy got his rear tire too hot ~ remember to always cover the rear brake . . .

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overheating would be to hot
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