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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 09-03-2017, 05:29 PM Thread Starter
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06 f4 1000?

i have my sights on a 06 F4 1000 with like 150 miles on it. i had an 06 brutale 910 and loved it except for the abrupt throttle. i could not come on the throttle smoothly to exit a corner. does the 06 F4 have the same issue and is there a cost effective fix for it? i was considering and looking for an 08 F4R 312. how is the throttle control on these?
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I had a 2007 1000R and it had the 5k rpm surge. So when you say 06 is it a 1000R? Depending on where you are in the world, us in the US got the bikes later. I installed the Race ECU and it got rid of most of it. Chuck knows a guy that can reflash the stock ECU for you.
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I had a 2007 1000R and it had the 5k rpm surge. So when you say 06 is it a 1000R? Depending on where you are in the world, us in the US got the bikes later. I installed the Race ECU and it got rid of most of it. Chuck knows a guy that can reflash the stock ECU for you.
im in the US (san jose)
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My 312R is a lot smoother after I put in a Microtec.

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@dougn: There are a few threads on this issue. The 5SM ECU can be tuned to remove the dead spot dip that causes the abrupt throttle. The 1.6M ECu can also have a new chip (see Merc07) or have the current chip flashed.

If you want to pursue the reflash option, send me a PM and I'll put you in touch with the guy who can do it.

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@dougn: There are a few threads on this issue. The 5SM ECU can be tuned to remove the dead spot dip that causes the abrupt throttle. The 1.6M ECu can also have a new chip (see Merc07) or have the current chip flashed.

If you want to pursue the reflash option, send me a PM and I'll put you in touch with the guy who can do it.

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thanks, which ECU does it have?
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thanks, which ECU does it have?
Are you talking about a 1000S or 1000R ?

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Are you talking about a 1000S or 1000R ?
a 1000S
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It looks like the 1000S was a 1.6M and the 1000R started the 5SM.

You can tell by looking at the ECU. One long side electrical connector = 1.6M. Two top mounted electrical connectors = 5SM

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It looks like the 1000S was a 1.6M and the 1000R started the 5SM.

You can tell by looking at the ECU. One long side electrical connector = 1.6M. Two top mounted electrical connectors = 5SM
that means it has a removable EPROM (like an 06 brutale) right?

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