Some Standard Modifications Explained
Remapping ignition timing greatly enhances throttle response. Changing from 87 octane tuning to 91 reaps the better power output benefits of the better fuel and resistance to detonation. Larger, better controlled combustion events increase torque and horsepower output.
Lower cooling fan cycle points keep your engine running much cooler, providing better rider comfort. At the same time cooler airbox and intake heat the incoming air less promoting better power output.
Remapped cruising fuel lowers exhaust temperature, increasing rider comfort and promoting engine and part longevity.
Removed speed limits gives the user control of top speed obtainable in each gear.
Higher Rev limits increase top speed obtainable as well as allows engine modifications to be fully utilized. It also extends low gear top speed to make more usable on the trail from one mud hole to another or in a forest. You do not have to stop and change gears much when low gear has better top speed or average trail speed.
In factory form, ecu’s will pull ignition timing with increased airflow / pressure. When modifying engines, the ecu will limit power output with reduced ignition timing and as a safety, richen fuel delivery. By remapping engine modelling and ignition timing, full power output is available. Straightened fuel delivery makes it tunable by the end user. Removing detuning allows the full potential of modifications to be had.
On engines with electronic throttle control. Torque output is capped by the throttle plate control. Torque limits and shaft savers keep wheels from spinning and cap vehicle acceleration allowed. Remapping torque tables and throttle control allows 100% throttle, maximum power delivery and any engine, airflow or power modifications to be realized