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11 hours ago, SociallyStunted said:

I plan on having a 2WDW reflash after I settle on a header.  Do you see any performance differences between the Akropovic and the Arrow headers?  A $300 performance difference?

Definitely not. It's less than a 1hp spread between all of the header designs we've seen so far.

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On 5/3/2020 at 11:46 PM, 2 Wheel DynoWorks said:

All of the EU and AUS Tenere 700 ECU's that we have seen so far are IDENTICAL to EU MT-07's. The serial numbers, architecture, etc are completely unchanged! This is fantastic, because that means ALL of our custom mapping for every exhaust/intake system that we've developed over the past 6 years for the FZ/MT-07's are still PERFECTLY dialed in for these T7 bikes. The engines haven't changed one bit from the FZ/MT-07's, so the performance and throttle response improvements are IDENTICAL to that of the FZ/MT-07's.

 

 

@2 Wheel DynoWorks Does this mean one could get a cheap and readily available used ECU from EU MT-07 and have that reflashed for the T7? (leaving the original ecu as a virgin spare).

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1 hour ago, luke2152 said:

@2 Wheel DynoWorks Does this mean one could get a cheap and readily available used ECU from EU MT-07 and have that reflashed for the T7? (leaving the original ecu as a virgin spare).

No, with the release of the 2021 models they changed the ECU architecture just slightly.

 

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On 10/18/2020 at 1:55 PM, luke2152 said:

@2 Wheel DynoWorks with international shipping, what does the paperwork for the tax man say? (I mean with regard to making it clear I'm not purchasing an ECU but having mine repaired).

All internationally shipped ECU's are labeled as Returned Goods with the specific note that we are returning a repaired/reprogrammed part.

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50 minutes ago, luke2152 said:

@2 Wheel DynoWorks Last question I think - is there any benefit to removing the cat material from in the stock exhaust. Either a power gain or keeping the exhaust a bit cooler (assuming one does not have to pass emissions tests of course).

Yes! The catalytic converter is the biggest restriction to the exhaust system on these bikes. 

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@2 Wheel DynoWorks 

 

OK, I got lucky and managed to buy a spare ECU with matching key and ignition unit from a T7 being wrecked here in Oz. Can I get that ECU flashed by 2WDW and have it run on my bike without changing the key and ignition over as well, or are they only operational as a matched set?

 

My bike has the SC Project exhaust with headers (no cat), the MWR main filter and a custom filter lid so I can run a large prefilter. The custom lid is roughly the same size opening as the MWR lid. I could provide one of these intake lids and prefilter with the ECU if that helps. Just let me know what you need.

 

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1 hour ago, TimeMachine said:

@2 Wheel DynoWorks 

 

OK, I got lucky and managed to buy a spare ECU with matching key and ignition unit from a T7 being wrecked here in Oz. Can I get that ECU flashed by 2WDW and have it run on my bike without changing the key and ignition over as well, or are they only operational as a matched set?

 

My bike has the SC Project exhaust with headers (no cat), the MWR main filter and a custom filter lid so I can run a large prefilter. The custom lid is roughly the same size opening as the MWR lid. I could provide one of these intake lids and prefilter with the ECU if that helps. Just let me know what you need.

 

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woooah, that custom lid is awesome. I'm guessing it was custom made rather than available to buy? Absolutely awesome. Bet they'd sell loads of them is they were available to buy.

 

Out of interest, how does the bike run in this set-up i.e. open air box lid and decat headers? Guessing it runs weak (hence you're going for a remap), but does it feel faster/more responsive than standard? I have some Arrow decat Ti headers coming this week and I have the MWR lid and sponge filter.

 

Cheers

 

Rich

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2 minutes ago, Rich TT said:

woooah, that custom lid is awesome. I'm guessing it was custom made rather than available to buy? Absolutely awesome. Bet they'd sell loads of them is they were available to buy.

 

Out of interest, how does the bike run in this set-up i.e. open air box lid and decat headers? Guessing it runs weak (hence you're going for a remap), but does it feel faster/more responsive than standard? I have some Arrow decat Ti headers coming this week and I have the MWR lid and sponge filter.

 

Cheers

 

Rich

My son designed them and prints them on a 3D printer. He has sold quite a few now on eBay. The real benefit apart from being stiff and seating better on the airbox, they fit the wide open MWR filter and take the large 4" Unifilter prefilter, a really good setup for the dust here in Australia. So far the prefilter has stopped all the dust and the main filter has remained squeaky clean.

In this setup with the exhaust and intake you can really feel the power pulses and it makes speed pretty quick. It definitely has more go even without a tune. But I am keen on the flash tune for various reasons, to help it run cooler, maybe gain a bit more power and just piece of mind in case it was running lean.  

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Just now, TimeMachine said:

My son designed them and prints them on a 3D printer. He has sold quite a few now on eBay. The real benefit apart from being stiff and seating better on the airbox, they fit the wide open MWR filter and take the large 4" Unifilter prefilter, a really good setup for the dust here in Australia. So far the prefilter has stopped all the dust and the main filter has remained squeaky clean.

In this setup with the exhaust and intake you can really feel the power pulses and it makes speed pretty quick. It definitely has more go even without a tune. But I am keen on the flash tune for various reasons, to help it run cooler, maybe gain a bit more power and just piece of mind in case it was running lean.  

Fantastic and thanks for that and good to know about the feel of the header/filter lid combo.

 

I'll have a look on eBay (Australia I guess) for the filter lid your son designed. Good lad and a nice entrepreneurial flair...

 

Rich

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47 minutes ago, Baggey22 said:

Post an eBay link if you find that 3D printed lid 

I've not managed to find it yet....I have been looking.

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8 hours ago, TimeMachine said:

@2 Wheel DynoWorks 

 

OK, I got lucky and managed to buy a spare ECU with matching key and ignition unit from a T7 being wrecked here in Oz. Can I get that ECU flashed by 2WDW and have it run on my bike without changing the key and ignition over as well, or are they only operational as a matched set?

 

My bike has the SC Project exhaust with headers (no cat), the MWR main filter and a custom filter lid so I can run a large prefilter. The custom lid is roughly the same size opening as the MWR lid. I could provide one of these intake lids and prefilter with the ECU if that helps. Just let me know what you need.

 

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Whenever you're looking at using an ECU that didn't come with the bike, the most important thing to look at is the serial/part number on the ECU itself! On these bikes, if the part number on the ECU is identical to the one currently in the bike, then you're good to go. 

 

As for the intake, there's no need to send one off with your ECU. We've tested dozens of designs like that over the years on these engines, and the truth is that they simply don't improve performance over the stock airbox lid ONCE THE SNORKEL IS REMOVED! The only additional performance to be had on the intake side of these engines beyond a snorkel delete is a full intake replacement with pod filters or a Hordpower intake kit (which we have mapping already built for).

 

Just place your order on our site, send us off the ECU with a note containing your contact info and the modifications that you've made, and we'll get it flashed and sent back to you the very same day that we receive it!

 

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3 hours ago, 2 Wheel DynoWorks said:

Whenever you're looking at using an ECU that didn't come with the bike, the most important thing to look at is the serial/part number on the ECU itself! On these bikes, if the part number on the ECU is identical to the one currently in the bike, then you're good to go. 

 

As for the intake, there's no need to send one off with your ECU. We've tested dozens of designs like that over the years on these engines, and the truth is that they simply don't improve performance over the stock airbox lid ONCE THE SNORKEL IS REMOVED! The only additional performance to be had on the intake side of these engines beyond a snorkel delete is a full intake replacement with pod filters or a Hordpower intake kit (which we have mapping already built for).

 

Just place your order on our site, send us off the ECU with a note containing your contact info and the modifications that you've made, and we'll get it flashed and sent back to you the very same day that we receive it!

 

-2WDW

Awesome.

The real benefit of this intake is for guys that need to run a prefilter. The smaller 2.5" Unifilter prefilter fitted with the standard snorkel feels very restrictive by comparison. And removing just the snorkel is not very practical for these bikes because it lets water and dirt into the airbox.

Thanks for the tip!

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I've been having some thoughts about going a bit of a different route with the air intake system and would like to see if anyone here has been involved in other projects similar to what I would like to try... Basically remove the air box completely. From there I have two options use an adapter plate similar to Hord for the mt07 or two pod filters. 

Both options are extreme and probable not recommended for off road use but my bike is an sm T700 and maybe it is worth it for me to chase this route. 

For tuning I was thinking to get the power vision 3 and start with a base map for intake and exhaust and see how that works out. 

@2 Wheel DynoWorksDynoWorkshave you been involved in any builds like this? Any input is highly appreciated. 

@Cruizincould you share some of your knowledge from other forums maybe there is something I've been missing in my research.

Thank you in advance. 

Aleks 

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On 11/8/2020 at 12:47 AM, Aleksandar13 said:

I've been having some thoughts about going a bit of a different route with the air intake system and would like to see if anyone here has been involved in other projects similar to what I would like to try... Basically remove the air box completely. From there I have two options use an adapter plate similar to Hord for the mt07 or two pod filters. 

Both options are extreme and probable not recommended for off road use but my bike is an sm T700 and maybe it is worth it for me to chase this route. 

For tuning I was thinking to get the power vision 3 and start with a base map for intake and exhaust and see how that works out. 

@2 Wheel DynoWorksDynoWorkshave you been involved in any builds like this? Any input is highly appreciated. 

@Cruizincould you share some of your knowledge from other forums maybe there is something I've been missing in my research.

Thank you in advance. 

Aleks 

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In all of our testing, the Hordpower system with the velocity stacks, plate and large filter produces the most power of any other intake system on the market. Pod filters still produce more power than stock, but fall about 2hp short of the Hordpower system.

 

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4 minutes ago, 2 Wheel DynoWorks said:

In all of our testing, the Hordpower system with the velocity stacks, plate and large filter produces the most power of any other intake system on the market. Pod filters still produce more power than stock, but fall about 2hp short of the Hordpower system.

 

-2WDW

Thank you for the reply, I am aiming towards pods with velocity stacks or pods without but I'm not sure what the impact is... I've seen BellissiMoto selling mwr pods with velocity stacks and they look tempting but shipping and duty is a bit of an issue... 

If I use pods straight on the intake tract would I have an issue? 

Aleks 

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11 minutes ago, Aleksandar13 said:

Thank you for the reply, I am aiming towards pods with velocity stacks or pods without but I'm not sure what the impact is... I've seen BellissiMoto selling mwr pods with velocity stacks and they look tempting but shipping and duty is a bit of an issue... 

If I use pods straight on the intake tract would I have an issue? 

Aleks 

With their velocity stacks, you'll have nearly the same impact to performance as the Hordpower intake! You'll definitely need the ECU mapping updated no matter what setup you choose, and we have custom mapping built for all of the aforementioned options with virtually every exhaust system available on the market.

 

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On 10/27/2020 at 9:43 PM, TimeMachine said:

@2 Wheel DynoWorks 

 

OK, I got lucky and managed to buy a spare ECU with matching key and ignition unit from a T7 being wrecked here in Oz. Can I get that ECU flashed by 2WDW and have it run on my bike without changing the key and ignition over as well, or are they only operational as a matched set?

 

My bike has the SC Project exhaust with headers (no cat), the MWR main filter and a custom filter lid so I can run a large prefilter. The custom lid is roughly the same size opening as the MWR lid. I could provide one of these intake lids and prefilter with the ECU if that helps. Just let me know what you need.

 

Airbox.jpg

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SC Project Exhaust.jpg

SC Project Exhaust 2.jpg

 

@TimeMachine Have you got a link to the airbox lids your son is making? I can't find them on fleabay.

They look like the bollocks with the Unifilter prefilter!

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2 hours ago, RichParkie said:

 

@TimeMachine Have you got a link to the airbox lids your son is making? I can't find them on fleabay.

They look like the bollocks with the Unifilter prefilter!

Thanks! Yeah they do a great job. I now have the 2WheelDynoWorks tune as well. Very nice combo.

 

Rather than direct you to the eBay link, you could go check out my video on the intake, and the link is provided there in the comments.

 

 

@Cruizin if this is not allowed, then kill it and I'll send a PM.

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