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I have had week of riding to get a feel for my re-flashed bike.  First off, great service from Patrick and Nels at 2WDW. 
 
I have a stock bike, and was running a Dobeck EJK, which was great, but it can only modify the nuttiness which is the state of the stock fueling maps.
 
As others have mentioned, the turn around time on the  ECU re-flash is a super quick; they flash it the day they get it, and drop it back in the mail, priority shipping.
 
As far as the re-flash performance on a stock bike, it is a significant improvement.  Mostly this has to do with the smoothing out of the power delivery; putting fuel where it's needed and removing it from where it's not.  The re-flash corrects the total shutoff of the the injectors that  the stock settings had programmed for mid to high RPM throttle chops; this removes the worst of the rather brutal engine braking.  There is still enough engine braking to keep the character of the engine intact, it's just enjoyable now.
 
The re-flash corrects the extremely lean condition at idle, and just over, and lowers the temperature the cooling fan comes on; this makes a nice change here in hotter than hell Texas.
 
The 2Wheel DynoWorks re-flash doesn't change the bike fundamentally, it just allows its best qualities to really shine through.  If there is one modification I would recommend, this ECU reflash is it.
 
 
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2wheeldynoworks
I have had week of riding to get a feel for my re-flashed bike.  First off, great service from Patrick and Nels at 2WDW.   
I have a stock bike, and was running a Dobeck EJK, which was great, but it can only modify the nuttiness which is the state of the stock fueling maps.
 
As others have mentioned, the turn around time on the  ECU re-flash is a super quick; they flash it the day they get it, and drop it back in the mail, priority shipping.
 
As far as the re-flash performance on a stock bike, it is a significant improvement.  Mostly this has to do with the smoothing out of the power delivery; putting fuel where it's needed and removing it from where it's not.  The re-flash corrects the total shutoff of the the injectors that  the stock settings had programmed for mid to high RPM throttle chops; this removes the worst of the rather brutal engine braking.  There is still enough engine braking to keep the character of the engine intact, it's just enjoyable now.
 
The re-flash corrects the extremely lean condition at idle, and just over, and lowers the temperature the cooling fan comes on; this makes a nice change here in hotter than hell Texas.
 
The 2Wheel DynoWorks re-flash doesn't change the bike fundamentally, it just allows its best qualities to really shine through.  If there is one modification I would recommend, this ECU reflash is it.
 

Thanks for the love :)
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duenan
Just got back my ECU today and rode my bike.
 
Off the bat I noticed the smoother throttle and no more popping. Unfortunately I was riding behind my girl the entire time and she is still a newbie so I wasn't able to completely feel the torque difference. But I did notice the smell of fuel which I've never smelled before and just guessing that is what it should smell like when the bike isn't running lean?
 
I'll try to take the bike out myself tomorrow if it doesn't rain to feel the bike at higher revs. All I did today was go through a bunch of traffic lights to starbucks and back home. :(

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2wheeldynoworks
Just got back my ECU today and rode my bike. 
Off the bat I noticed the smoother throttle and no more popping. Unfortunately I was riding behind my girl the entire time and she is still a newbie so I wasn't able to completely feel the torque difference. But I did notice the smell of fuel which I've never smelled before and just guessing that is what it should smell like when the bike isn't running lean?
 
I'll try to take the bike out myself tomorrow if it doesn't rain to feel the bike at higher revs. All I did today was go through a bunch of traffic lights to starbucks and back home. :(
Update?

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duenan
Sorry @2wheeldynoworks no updates. I pulled a neck muscle exercising, after a week, probably from my other neck side over-compensating, I strained the other side just as my original pull was getting better. And now overcompensating for that some of my back muscles are getting effed up. So I haven't rode on my motorcycle in a long while.

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2wheeldynoworks
Uh oh, heal up quick

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fz074life
Hey 2wheel, I've been researching and I am planning on sending you guys my ECU, just wondering, if I have an M4 carbon fiber, and you reflash my ECU, would an EJK Fuel Controller be useful, or is that just adding unnecessary equipment to your already good upgrade?

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603nytroxtx
Hey 2wheel, I've been researching and I am planning on sending you guys my ECU, just wondering, if I have an M4 carbon fiber, and you reflash my ECU, would an EJK Fuel Controller be useful, or is that just adding unnecessary equipment to your already good upgrade?
You would be better off emailing them directly as the response time that way is much faster. Also I know for a fact that they have answered that question multiple times around the forum.  
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fz074life
Thanks for the tip.
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norcal616
You can use the EJK or PC5 on top of the reflashed ECU...I assume a reflashed ECU is like 95% accurate and you can use the EJK for example to super fine tune the last 5% or let's say you wanna upgrade air filter from stock to KN but the reflashed ECU was set for stock air filter u can use the EJK or PC5 to tweak it... I aldo assume the EJK have to be set back to 0 values to be used on top of an ECU reflash...
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fz074life
This is more complicated than quantum physics........

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angus
You can use the EJK or PC5 on top of the reflashed ECU...I assume a reflashed ECU is like 95% accurate and you can use the EJK for example to super fine tune the last 5% or let's say you wanna upgrade air filter from stock to KN but the reflashed ECU was set for stock air filter u can use the EJK or PC5 to tweak it... I aldo assume the EJK have to be set back to 0 values to be used on top of an ECU reflash...
2WDW offers free re-flashes, just send the ECU back when you change your air filter or pipe... 
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