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May 11, 2005, 11:51 PM

Found this at another forum, it was dynoed and Tested and found a 9hp gain ...

here is the post...

"OK guys, I know you've all been waiting for this ....

(* A quick note - I don't take responsibility for what your about to do. I'm only reporting what was done to mine and it effects. Use this information at your own risk and responsibility.)

To covert your 2005 North American ECU to Euro spec ECU you will need to find the dead end 4 wire plug or cap under the front seat (look for a connector with 4 little rubber plugs on one end). Open the connector up and locate where the black w/yellow stripe wire and aqua w/green stripe wire terminate. You can either stick in a wire loop to connect these two wire ends together or pull out the appropriate plugs and use proper spade connectors in the cap to complete the circuit. Whatever you do, make sure it's isolated from other wires and the frame or anywhere it could ground on. Put everything back together, start it up and let it warm up, then take it out for a test ride. Remember that it will only make a difference at 13k rpm and up, won't make a bit of difference below that and it won't sound any different either. Now go find a person with an '05 and a slip-on and show him what he missed. Oh - I almost forgot, no FI light problem either.




Now here in Denver we have no air... we are 5280ft above sealevel. Also it was a cold day and we ran the first dyno run with the bike around 150F shown on the screen.

1st run. Stock 2005 ZX-6RR ran at 2:38:16 PM 92.5 HP
2nd run. ECU wires jumpered ran at 2:39:36 PM 101.7 HP

As you can see... The runs were done VERY close to eachother... and this is what we got.

Things to factor... cold bike first run... so maybe a 4-5 HP gain... But on the dyno chart you can SEE were the bike with stock ECU drops off and heads SOUTH but when the bike is jumpered the chart goes NORTH. The guy running the dyno said he could feel it was stronger. And the numbers show it.

Well there you all go..."
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June 7, 2005, 11:49 PM

WHat about on a 2003 636?!

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June 8, 2005, 08:42 AM

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June 8, 2005, 02:17 PM

Is that for the 6RR bikes or just the 05 ZX-6R 636?????
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