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What I really want is the full monty "PC-V/AT300/GT-RX 5AM/7SM ECU FLASH TOOL" from Guzzitech but I have to save my pennies for that. I thought this would be a good short term solution. Thoughts?
Expensive idea, if you are not able to deal with all possible problems by yourself, you are for very expensive 'adventure'. Dealing with GuzziTech (Todd) and his prima ballerina attitude is one thing but his technical support is very much useless. I bought "PC-V/AT300/GT-RX 5AM/7SM ECU FLASH TOOL" over year ago, it was installed by professional mechanic and none of the advertised benefits were noticeable. I didn't feel the extra power nor the engine was running cooler, the only thing I got was couple errors which manifest themselves by popping yellow engine light on the dashboard.According to Todd, the problem will be solved if I purchase "the exhaust port air pump kit" which at that time was still in development. He promised to ship the kit for free if I purchase the set of ďFull Stainless Header SystemĒ, which I did. About six months, after number of emails, I receive the message that his technician lost 'work' notes and the kit will not be produced. I took bike back to my mechanic and the GuzziTech magic was uninstalled. I wonder if there are any takers which like to try GuzziTech magic? It is free, just pay shipping from Canada (Toronto) and $350.00 USD to Todd for remapping :)
I have two Cali 1400 Customs, one purchased from Todd with his full exhaust system and suspension mods, and one that is mainly stock except for Mistral cans and a Beetle map.Both run fine, I have no preference for one over the other. But cost wise, the Beetle map is the way to go.
If I were starting from scratch the Beetle map sounds like the way I would go.
certainly won't increase top speed as that is governed electronically.
OK, wow. Snake oil and everything in this post. Ha ha. So, what is the "Beetle Map"? Newbie 1400 owner. I have a '73 Eldo and a '94 Cali 1100i so not new to Guzzi but new to the 1400 Eldo.
Maybe might. I've set the rev limit to 8000 RPM.
Lol John Boy, you realize "Speed Kills" right:)
Nearest I can tell using GPS my bike bumps the limiter at about 124mph. I'm of the opinion that everyone needs a 140mph bagger. Even if everyone doesn't....I do. Raising the limit to 8,000rpm must get the bike awfully close to 140(if it isn't drag limited before it can pull it).
I think Luap on his MGX might have drag issues. An Audace would be the best bet for terrifying yourself.
Ha! I hope you realize that Iím going to harass you to help walk me through the procedure to load a Beetle map. Iím going to buy the cables and stuff later this month.
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