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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-17-2012, 04:26 PM Thread Starter
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hi.

i am a newbie about this thing, changing a ECU.
i have done it on my bike.
just now is it evobixes BRETZPA mounted.

i just wonder is there other types who are higly recomanded?
i havent tryed the bretzpa on the road bqs. ov the winter.

i live in the middle of norway, its quite cold here.

my bike have bmc airfilter, mv corse ex, and a midpipe to ditch the stupid cat. and the bretzpa of course.

thanx in advancde, Allan

once upon a time i did one thing twice, but i only did it once.
previous bikes:
suzuki bandit 600 1997 mod(new)
suzuki gs 1000E 79.
honda cbx 1000 79
honda cbx 1000 prolink 80.
yamaha R6 1999( probably my best bike)
mv Agusta F4 750 2000.
yamaha R1 2005.........
triumph speed triple 1050(new) 2008
mv Agusta brutale 750s 2005
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-17-2012, 09:49 PM
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Contact Chris from X-bikes ( a site sponsor )
He is one of the Guru's when it comes to ECU's and the Microtec.
A lot of the forum members here including me have experienced awesome improvements over standard after fitting a microtec and having Chris custom map it.

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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-18-2012, 05:28 AM
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I follow with great interest ...

Currently I have the EPROM from Slovakia (the highest available on eBay), initial performance is dramatically increased, but consumption has increased by 70%, so not exactly the best P&P option.
After tuning a/f ratio using a potentiometer inside the ECU, fuel consumption returned to an average of 8-9 liters per 100 kilometers, but the problem is that under the 4500 mixture is lean, and above 7000 is too rich.
The final impression is still better than using factory EPROM.
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-25-2012, 04:46 PM Thread Starter
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well..

i received eprom from FBF yesterday. and what a dissapointment.
the engine feels so dead below 3000rpm.
the trottle response is a dissapointment:-(

not as far as quick as the BRETZPA from evobikes.
its obvious that the eprom from EVOBIKES,
is a much better eprom than that butthole thing
from FAST BY FERRACHI.
SLOW BY FERRACHI is a better name....

i wonder, is the SFBF just a original eprom with a homemade sticker on?
i have bought stuff from around the world, but SLF is
the only company that uses 5 weeks from order to delivery.

once upon a time i did one thing twice, but i only did it once.
previous bikes:
suzuki bandit 600 1997 mod(new)
suzuki gs 1000E 79.
honda cbx 1000 79
honda cbx 1000 prolink 80.
yamaha R6 1999( probably my best bike)
mv Agusta F4 750 2000.
yamaha R1 2005.........
triumph speed triple 1050(new) 2008
mv Agusta brutale 750s 2005
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