Bikes

Motorbike remapping

Tuning a bike starts with a few key things to improve for the rider:

  • Increased usable power and torque
  • Remove/change RPM and Speed limiters
  • Optimise throttle control for road or track use
  • Better engine braking.
To do this there are many factors to take into account, firstly many riders will just buy a plugin box that interrupts signals in a crude way to change the performance of the bike, the factory ECU is far better designed to control the engine correctly with far more functions to control directly if recalibrated and far more set points in tables to make control so much more accurate.

Engine Maps

There are a wide range of key maps to change to optimise the performance of a bike especially when it has modified hardware which is taken into consideration then also.

Firstly we look at optimising engine performance, so we’d look at fuel and timing maps not just under full load but also at various part load states, then we’d look at limiters, not just RPM limiters but also hidden torque limiters and then of course speed limiters which sometimes are not just overall but per gear, the last thing which is very important are throttle control maps which change how the power is controlled by your right hand, you don’t want a bike that is sluggish but there again you don’t want a throttle that gives you everything at the slightest touch making the bike unrideable or that will spit you off in corners at the slightest change in throttle position!

We cover most motorbike manufacturers such as Aprilia, BMW Motorrad, Ducati, Harley Davidson, Husqvarna, Kawasaki, KTM, Moto Guzzi, MV Augusta, Suzuki and Yamaha. For further information please email us!

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