2011+ GSXR 750 ECU flashing recommendations

Discussion in 'Tech' started by gapman789, Jan 4, 2021.

  1. gapman789

    gapman789 Well-Known Member

    So i've NEVER been one to dyno tune, to have a fuel management system, etc....I actually just removed a Bazazz zi/fi, tc, etc off of a 750 and a PC5 off another 750.

    The new to me bike im building has a Hindle full system and KN filter. I've done the 02 delete, servo delete.
    I only want to add a quickshifter.

    Thoughts on Danosperformance? He can flash my ECU to accommodate the Hindle and send me a stand-alone QS unit for $320.

    I'm all about simplicity....Don't care about getting 200 more rpms, fan kicking on at 195, etc....
     
  2. Newyork

    Newyork Dip Mode

    I’ve used Dano before and was very pleased. He did a mail in flash for my exhaust/filter then I had that bike tuned two years later and the tuner was impressed with how close the flash got the bike.


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  3. Trandyd

    Trandyd Member

    Dano's worked great for me. And everyone else is charging more than double dano's.
     
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  4. gapman789

    gapman789 Well-Known Member

    Right on..... I have it boxed up and going out tomorrow.
     
  5. SPL170db

    SPL170db Trackday winner

    A generic flash is OK......but truly, a custom map on a dyno can't be beat. It's worth the $300 and ~2 hours of time it takes.
     
  6. tawzx12r

    tawzx12r Well-Known Member

    Why not take it to Jason Karns at
    Karns Performance.

    He is the area’s top Suzuki tuner and right up the road from you.
     
  7. gapman789

    gapman789 Well-Known Member

    8 hrs .
     
  8. gapman789

    gapman789 Well-Known Member

    It’s all about convenience at this stage of the game. The bike has a full hindle system so just need to accommodate that.

    Hell I was tempted to just run the stock exhaust in the name of convenience
     
  9. SPL170db

    SPL170db Trackday winner

    Convenience is convenient indeed :D


    My 600 had a full system, v-stacks and filter. The custom map was a noticeable improvement across the range over a generic map. In fact I was quite surprised how much on the top end was gained over the generic map it was previously running.
     
  10. JTRC51

    JTRC51 El Speedy Gonzalez

    I had GREAT luck with Chad @ Commonwealth Cycles in KY. He did my 2013 and I LOVED how smooth and responsive it was.
     
  11. tawzx12r

    tawzx12r Well-Known Member

    You move out of York, ?
     
  12. Newyork

    Newyork Dip Mode

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    Blue line is just Danos flash.
    Red is dyno tuned through Bazzaz.


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  13. gapman789

    gapman789 Well-Known Member

    Ive been in southeast Indians/southwest ohio for 51 yrs. :)
     
  14. Trandyd

    Trandyd Member

    That's pretty awesome for $80. Ive thought about having my afr checked. But the plugs look good and runs great.
     
  15. Newyork

    Newyork Dip Mode

    Yea man we were impressed. I told Dano he did a great job! The bike ran great before but definitely a little better after..smoother.
    Probably could have saved the money but Bauce is pretty good with pricing on the dyno tunes. If the bike needs nothing just a tune $150. He said 90% of bikes need something so it’s always more lol.


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    Last edited: Jan 11, 2021
  16. TT2013

    TT2013 Well-Known Member

    Does anyone know a ECU flash tuner with a Dyno located near Sacramento, CA? I don't mind driving an hour away. I have a 2013 Suzuki GSX-R750. Thank you.
     
  17. vosnick52

    vosnick52 Team Full Effect

    Freddie at Superbike Unlimited
     
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