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Hello,

Looking for a Performance ECU for my 2006 F41000R i noticed that there are quite a few available:

These 3:

http://www.evolutionbike.it/mvagustastore/index.php/eprom-ecu/f4before2010/mvcorse/rreu00.html

http://www.evolutionbike.it/mvagustastore/index.php/eprom-ecu/f4before2010/microtec/m226mv.html

http://www.evolutionbike.it/mvagustastore/index.php/eprom-ecu/f4before2010/mvcorse/rdmtf4.html

whats the difference especially between the 2 Microtec ones? they look quite different.

Thx for any help,

Cheers,

Robert
 

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The first ECU in that list is a standard Magneti Marelli 5SM with a generic map for the higher flow system.

Where are you on this big blue marble?

What is your goal for a "performance" ECU?
 

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The first ecu is a race ecu just like the standard one that comes with your bike it has the lambda sensor disabled and some mapping done to it now if you decide to buy this and think your bike is going to run perfect 80 percent chance it will not ,you then have to go and by a pc5 and have it dyno tuned, so add this up in your costs, The Microtec if bought of Chris will come mapped with all his knowledge specific to your bike setup and will spend time with you . your call.

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To the point of PCV...not needed. The Magneti Marelli is tunable. You just have to find someone to do it.
Mine has been well tuned by a relatively local guy.
 

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To the point of PCV...not needed. The Magneti Marelli is tunable. You just have to find someone to do it.
Mine has been well tuned by a relatively local guy.
Yeah, it's easy for some people :naughty:
 

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Actually, depending on your bike and the Microtec ECU used, you can use almost any wide band Lambda sensor now. Just in the middle of doing on my bike with the help of Chris @ X-Bikes.

We actually just got the sensor bung machined to fit the pipes today, and waiting on some titanium welding rod from my local supplier so that we can weld it in. Should be done by end of week with any luck.

I am documenting my progress in the following thread:

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=102849

Hope it helps.
 

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PSST;

you can weld Ti to Ti with Everdur, Silicon Bronze rod......or to stainless or probably just about anything else


:naughty::naughty::naughty::naughty:

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Actually, depending on your bike and the Microtec ECU used, you can use almost any wide band Lambda sensor now. Just in the middle of doing on my bike with the help of Chris @ X-Bikes.

We actually just got the sensor bung machined to fit the pipes today, and waiting on some titanium welding rod from my local supplier so that we can weld it in. Should be done by end of week with any luck.

I am documenting my progress in the following thread:

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=102849

Hope it helps.
That's interesting as the Microtec I have I need to use Microtec's lambda, expensive.
 
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