2014 wr450f and a gytr ecu



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  • yamaha.44

Posted April 22, 2014 - 11:33 AM

#1

So I have been reading a lot about how a GYTR Tuner will greatly increase performance of my bike. Im hesitant to do this because I am worried the bike will be a lightning bolt.. I ride dirt roads and trails with little to no jumping. So my question is just how much of an increase I.E speed/torque will the Tuner make?

  • Krannie McKranface

Posted April 22, 2014 - 12:12 PM

#2

It's not about more, it's about better (and yes, some more)

 

The stock bike runs like crap, and has to be re-tuned to run smooth, clean, and for you to be in control.

 

The GYTR kit is the best/easiest way to do that.



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  • GP1K

Posted April 23, 2014 - 12:37 PM

#3

So I have been reading a lot about how a GYTR Tuner will greatly increase performance of my bike. Im hesitant to do this because I am worried the bike will be a lightning bolt.. I ride dirt roads and trails with little to no jumping. So my question is just how much of an increase I.E speed/torque will the Tuner make?

 

It doesn't change the power output per se, it changes the how it's delivered. So you could make it into a lightning bolt, if you chose to. Or you could make soft & mellow, or pretty much anywhere in between.

 

If you search this forum, you'll find a couple good threads on FI tuning, complete with suggested maps and how they work. You can make the bike feel almost like an MX bike, or almost like a 250, just by tuning the FI. It's pretty damn cool if you ask me!


Edited by GP1K, April 23, 2014 - 12:39 PM.


  • mebgardner

Posted April 23, 2014 - 02:06 PM

#4

It doesn't change the power output per se, it changes the how it's delivered. So you could make it into a lightning bolt, if you chose to. Or you could make soft & mellow, or pretty much anywhere in between.

 

If you search this forum, you'll find a couple good threads on FI tuning, complete with suggested maps and how they work. You can make the bike feel almost like an MX bike, or almost like a 250, just by tuning the FI. It's pretty damn cool if you ask me!

 

This thread is worth a look:

 

http://www.thumperta...1-wr-maps-only/






 
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