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Old 02-24-2019, 08:04 PM Thread Starter
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2004 brutale fueling options?

I've had my 2004 750 since 2005, no engine or exhaust mods.

It's always ran rich enough to make me and my riding gear smell like exhaust. I think this is normal for these bikes from what I've read.

Anyone have suggestions for a fix?

I'm considering a decat pipe (not that that would help the fueling-although bellissimoto sells a mid pipe/eprom combo) but have never really had a problem with the way the bike drives.

Ideas?

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Old 02-24-2019, 09:32 PM Thread Starter
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Seems like the power commander or bazzaz is not made for the 750.

I saw some threads about microtec but not for the 750.....
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You need a new chip for the ecu. Send me a PM and I'll see if I can find one from my old bike for you.
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Contact Adam, @merc07, he'll sort you out with an eProm

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There is a Microtec for the 750.... I have one on my SPR. It completely transformed the bike.

One of the dilemmas with the 1.6M ECU equipped MVs (yours) is the paired injector firing. Just like wasted ignition spark on paired coils (common on many 4 cylinder bikes) the MV has wasted injector spray with paired injectors.

The M232 Microtec I got from X-Bikes changes this to true sequential injection. Much better fueling, better fuel mileage and no more stink.

That said, Adam's eprom is a vast improvement at a lesser cost.
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Thanks for the responses, I've PMed a couple of you. How much did the microtec solutions set you back?
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I paid X-Bikes around US$1500 for a compete set-up with auto-tune......exchange rates may have changed. Worth every penny.

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I had a Microtec installed on my Brutale 750S - a world of difference. This along with the arrow de-cat pipe, an air filter and removed airbag snorkels. All set up by Chris, spot on.

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Contact Adam, @merc07, he'll sort you out with an eProm
I too am getting tired of the stench and poor mileage. How does Adam's eprom compare to ****** for the Brutale?

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@Bexar80 First of all..that company you mentioned is not in business...and if they are they shouldn't be. Adam is the 1.6M chip wizard. You can't go wrong there.
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