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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-05-2016, 11:59 PM Thread Starter
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Microtec Questions

I did some searching and didn't quite come up with all the answers I need.

I've decided to go with the Microtec M226 ECU if my bike is supported.

- Microtec's site wasn't clear. Will this work for all F4s? Specifically my 2007 1000R?
- I understand that it comes with a Off the Shelf map installed, but has some issues on the decel. If anyone has bought one recently, is this still an issue?
- I'm very tech savvy. I'm willing to tune myself if possible, or should I just take it to the Dyno shop in Denver?

I have some more questions depending on the answers to these above lol. I'll limit myself to these for now. If I've missed a thread that goes over this, please flame me and let me know haha!

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-06-2016, 03:57 AM
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Speak to Chris. He is very very good. With Microtec and MV.

I speak from experience.

He is in Wisbech . UK.

Google his details.

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+1 for what Joe says above.
I'm sure that the M226 will be compatible with your 07 R 1000.

What I did was purchase a Microtec from Chris and purchased an excellent baseline map that he uploaded before shipping.
Transformed the bike.

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What Joe said. The map Chris suppies may or may not be near spot on depending on your specific bike set up. Unless your dyno shop is good and willing to talk to Chris have a go yourself. It is possible to tune yourself, just need a laptop or computer near the bike. I've got mine running sweet with a couple of exhausts but had a good map as a base.

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