Speaking of getting more lift from the rocker design...Which of the mods you're doing would require an EFI re-map, and which could go with the map as it is? Just curious since the PC3 is everyone's favorite tool for that job and the one for the UCE seems to be stuck with that RPM spiking problem.Scott
Thanks Do we even know for sure that this is a "learning" ECU, that is, over time will it adjust it's base map? I thought those types of ECU were fairly expensive and figured we had a more economical fixed base map type. What I mean by that is the base map is fixed at the factory and does not change. When the engine is running at steady state it uses the O2 sensor and cycles between lean and rich, when it's acceleration, decelerating, or the throttle angle is changing it read the map and uses that information. I know some people have said it seems to learn over time when they add a new exhaust but I've changed the exhaust and never noticed any difference or changes over time.I'm pretty sure the IDM is remappable, as many people who had the early map and had problems had them remapped by technicians with a PC. They were very secrective, took things into another room then brought them back much improved. I've read a few accounts like this from Indian owners. If so we may at least be able to remap the base map of the export ECU. In the last few years some outside people have cracked the Magnetti Marelli ECUs that Ducati use. They first figured out how to disable the immobilizer that would go wonky and kill a bike, then later figured how to get to and alter the EFI map.Scott
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