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post #31 of 72 (permalink) Old 07-30-2019, 09:35 AM
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You can run two separate maps on the M227, the same way you change from normal to sport modes (hold the starter button) will select between the two stored maps in the ECU.
Thanks, Iíd be looking at M226 vintage though, do you know if thatís the same?

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Thanks, Iíd be looking at M226 vintage though, do you know if thatís the same?

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Sorry, I haven't owned an M226 bike to speak from experience.
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Not sure what you mean, though you can save and load different maps via the software and a pc. Just need the cable
Hi, thanks for the info, I mean switchable mapping, on the fly through a switch as it were. Ie the ecu could have a road and race map which you could toggle between. However thanks for the info, itís no great shakes to upload a new map as required for that scenario. Sounds user friendly enough. Iím looking at a gen1 bike that comes with a race exhaust but the race ecu is missing. Was wondering whether to just get a microtec instead! From what I hear itís very good, do the maps take into account the slipper action/compression bleed to smooth out engine braking or is that a seperate function to the ecu?

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Sorry, I haven't owned an M226 bike to speak from experience.
Ok, thanks anyway
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Hi, thanks for the info, I mean switchable mapping, on the fly through a switch as it were. Ie the ecu could have a road and race map which you could toggle between. However thanks for the info, itís no great shakes to upload a new map as required for that scenario. Sounds user friendly enough. Iím looking at a gen1 bike that comes with a race exhaust but the race ecu is missing. Was wondering whether to just get a microtec instead! From what I hear itís very good, do the maps take into account the slipper action/compression bleed to smooth out engine braking or is that a seperate function to the ecu?

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M226 will fit only euro 3, as replacement of Magneti Marelli SM5, not the euro2 with Magneti Marelli IAW 16M

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M226 will fit only euro 3, as replacement of Magneti Marelli SM5, not the euro2 with Magneti Marelli IAW 16M
Thank you. Do you know when the cut off was between euro 2 and 3?
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Thank you. Do you know when the cut off was between euro 2 and 3?
What model bike do you have? If its an F4, pop the tail open and look at the ECU. It'll either be the old style 16M or the newer style 5SM. generally the F4 750 through 1000s was the 16M in the US with the 1000R 2007 model having the updated 5SM. The year will vary country to county. If this is a brutale then thats whole other thing, which I guess is why its important that we know what bike we are discussing.
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Thanks for that, really useful, I donít own it yet, looking at F4 1000R circa 2006 on.
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Thanks for that, really useful, I donít own it yet, looking at F4 1000R circa 2006 on.
2006 was the year for the change to Euro3 in Europe...USA got them with 2007 models. There was no 2006 USA Brutale 910. Skipped from 2006 to 2008 which is Euro3.

Euro2 bikes do not have an o2 sensor in the exhaust and have separate headers and catalytic converter (just need a mid-pipe to remove).
Euro3 have one piece welded headers and catalytic converter.

The Microtec 232 replaces the 16M Marelli ECU. Works really great and has capability for 2 maps, switch on the fly.

The 226 replacement for the Marelli 5SM can have 2 maps, but I do not think they can be switched on the fly. I could be wrong abut that.

I have no familiarity with the newer systems (Eldor).
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226 can have 2 maps but can't be changed on the fly.

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