Would you like to tune every aspect of your Hayabusa's FI system?
Would you like to free up space on your bike by removing other
Would you like to stop cutting and splicing into your harness to
install new electronics
Then ECU Flashing may just be for you.
Your Suzuki Hayabusa 02-07 ECU has many racing
ECU features built in, just waiting for you to tune. With a Boost by
Smith interface you can now utilize your bike to it's full capacity.
This includes tuning the vacuum area maps, TPS maps, ignition maps, making
your engine run very smoothly when cruising, and put down as much safe hp to
the ground as possible. With our interface you can also view engine
sensor data to ensure correct operation of vacuum, ambient air, temperature,
tps, gear position etc. sensors with a laptop connected. Previously all
of this was available only for technical folks with a strong do it yourself
ambition but by making this re-flashing interface for you we have tried to
bring this new technology to everyone.
The interface I am offering is about a 5-10 minute install.
Hook a ground wire to the battery
Unlock the 34 pin ECU connector by pushing the white tab
Insert 4 wires into what were empty locations
T-tap or solder 1 wire onto the dash data wire also located at this 34
Lock 34 pin connector back
That's it! With the small harness attached to the ecu connector you
can remove the interface box except when you need to tune, that way you
still have tons of trunk space left. Now just install the software, open up a base map, and you
are ready to start unlocking the full potential of your Hayabusa.
To Install the LED shift light as pictured above, you will have to
disconnect your flapper valve solenoid and insert the 2 male spade
connectors into the existing connector on the bike, and run the wire up to
the dash and mount the LED, a quick 5 minute install of a shift light.
Video of a flashed ECU revving to 11,500 RPM and controlling a LED shift
light set to 10,800 RPM.
PetriK has blessed us with free software called ECUeditor which allows an
enormous amount of tuning parameters, all with our stock 02-07 Hayabusa ECU.
The software is available for download at www.ecueditor.com
Some of the features include:
Ability to view all sensors data with a laptop connected
Ability to datalog all factory sensors on the motorcyle with a laptop
connected for use in dyno tuning.
Ability to change fueling maps (both IAP and TPS maps), ram air
Ability to change ignition maps (you can add timing in the lower gears
like a TRE does without messing up your gear based fuel curves)
Increase your factory rev limiter (current software supports up to
11,650 RPM, more RPM is possible)
Remove the 6th gear speed restriction with the click of a button
Change ram air compensation based on your gearing
Compensate for larger fuel injectors needed for high hp applications
Compensate for increased fuel pressure needed for high hp applications
Increase ignition dwell time (turbo guys will like being able to open
the plug gap back up some)
Disable IAT compensation for dyno testing
Turn your ECU into an ignition / fuel kill box for use with an air/co2
Control a shift light, or any RPM based output using the stock flapper
Switch-able map selection for NOS, different turbo boost levels, fuel
Share maps with people across the world and contribute to new exciting
features constantly being introduced and implemented.
Visit the ECU hack forum at
for more information or with specific questions regarding flashing ECU's.
*Dave Owen was well known in the motorcycle community and someone I
considered a great friend. He played a huge role in the R&D for ECU
flashing and has left behind two sons in his recent passing.
N.C. September 27, 2008 Dave "DaveO" Owen died suddenly by accident at the
age of 48. David was born in Taunton to his parents David and Elizabeth
(Ruble) Owen of Rochester. David and Lauren (Deane) Owen have lived in North
Dighton most of his life. He leaves his children Joshua and Jacob Owen both
of North Dighton. His sister Susan Owen and her husband Frank Ventura of
Rochester. David was a professional motorcycle tuner and racer. Dave started
Land Speed Racing in April of 2004. In his LSR career he made over 150
passes with 120 of them being over 200 MPH. His teams, Brock Davidson
Enterprise Suzuki and O’Man Racing, have collectively held 18 records all
over 200 MPH. His proudest moment occurred in September of 2007 when his
oldest son Josh rode Dave’s unfaired bike to a speed of 200.552 MPH and
earned his entry into the exclusive ECTA 200 MPH Club! A prouder father just
does not exist. Dave’s second proudest accomplishment was achieved during
the May 2006 meet when Rick Stetson captured the record and title of Worlds
Fastest Naturally Aspirated Open Wheeled Motorcycle by piloting Dave’s bike
which Dave owned, built and tuned, to a speed of 222.123 MPH. With this same
bike Dave won the Super Streetbike Top Speed Challenge Unlimited All Motor
Class in 2006, 2007 and 2008. Dave’s most current accomplishment came at the
hands of Charlie Anstaett of Team DaveO. Charlie achieved a record setting
top speed of 259.856 MPH piloting his own Turbo Hayabusa which Dave built
and tuned while also serving as Charlie’s Crew Chief. Dave was a member of
both the ECTA 200 MPH club and the Texas Mile 200 MPH Club. Dave’s top LSR
speed was 239.3 MPH achieved at the Texas Mile in March of 2008. Dave also
had the opportunity to attend Speed Week on the Bonneville Salt Flats in
August of 2008 as a tuner for Scott Guthrie Racing which achieved the top
open-wheeled motorcycle record of the meet at 253.297 MPH. He was a fixture
at many of the motorcycle drag racing events and heavily involved with AMA
Dragbike. He was a tuner for many of the top teams including the 2005 AMA
Dragbike 1000 Supersport National Championship team Brock’s Performance with
rider Rickey Gadson, the 2006 AMA Dragbike 1000 Supersport National
Championship team Brock’s Performance with rider Vince Woska Jr. Dave was a
racer’s racer regardless of where he was and always helped everyone
including his competition. He never thought twice about sharing his
knowledge. Dave attended Southampton College in Southampton, N.Y. in 1979
where he studied marine biology, physics and calculus. He earned his degree
in electronics at Rhode Island Institute of Technology in Providence, R.I.
in 1986. Dave loved his sons and friends, one of his greatest joys was
spending time with Jake watching James Bond movies and listening to Pink
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