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ECM SUZUKI GSXR600 K6


Hi,
y,m gemakki from the netherlands,
qestion:my bike i an import belgium they put an ecm with 100 pk horse power.
but in the netherlans we have 120/125 pk horse power.
can someone help me to ajust the emc to full 120/125 pk.
y read some writings on topic but not the full power change.
please is there anione to help me with this problem.
bike has a powercommander<pciii usb> full akrapovic exhaust system.
bike has now 92 pk horse power whith this settings.
so y need help.

greating ge makki

you can mail me  directly g.makkinje@versatel.nl

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Hello Makki,

what is the ECU-part number on the label? 32920-01H??
Normally the power restricted 600/750 K6/K7 ECUs have a non restricted second map set in it. You can switch to the second map set on these ECUs when you cut the black/brown wire to PIN 58.

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hi

thanks the numbers from my ECM are

112100-5151   NEPPO14   this is an belgium ECM

numbers from the netherlans are 32920-01H00.

please check for me if its richt to cut the black/brown wire.
when its oke you give me alot of happiness,so y dont need to buy a new ECM.

the bike that y ride is also a black gixxer .

please post it to me when you have the richt wire to cut it.

best regards ge makki from the netherlands

my bike is at the website from giixer.com    gsxr 600


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Hello Makki,

112100-5151 is the second line on the ECU label.
In the first line on your ECU label there must be the part number.
An unrestricted 600 K6 is 32920-01H00.
What is the number on your ECU? 32920-01Hxx, I want to know, what you can read instead of the xx.
When your ECU is of the 32920-01Hxx series, then pin 58, as marked on the picture above, is the right one.

Hans



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hi Hans

the numbers y can read are 112100-5151

12V nep po14 only one label.

these are the numbers that y can seey.

whell y dont no if y can take out the ecm .and the settings are gone.

then y can take a look at the ECM.

Geurt



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Hi Geurt,

you can take the ECU out without loosing any settings.

Hans

 



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Hi Hans again

y have take out the ECM,with folowing nummbers

32920-01H40

112100-5151

y notist that the BLACK/BROUWN/GREEN LITTLE STREEPS IS CUT OFF.
FROM THE RICHT CABEL CONNECTOR.

WHEN YOU HAVE THE CONNECTOR AS ITS FIT ON THE ECM.

THE WIRES,FROM LET TO RICHT
ROW TWO BLACK/WHITE
YELLO/RED
ORANGE/BLEU
AND THAN THE CUT WIRE BLACK/BROWN/GREEN LITTLE SRIPE,S

THAT IS FROM THE RICHT CONNECTOR.TO THE ECM.

so now you have the nummbers that are on the ecm label

so y hope that you can give me the thinks y have to do.

ps if the cutt wire most be restore into the normal le me no that

greets Geurt






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Hi Geurt,

my picture shows the backside of the ECU. Attention: There are more than one black/brown wires to the ECU, but the one you need to cut is pin 58.
The black/brown wire which is cut on your ECU is pin 30 and is for the exhaust valve.
Pin 58 is in the lower row of the gray connector, not in the black one. Your wires must have the same colours than on my picture, but the picture shows the ECU from the underside!

Hans



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Hi Hans thanks man

i had notist that your ecm whas opside,down that is what y saw.on the picture.

that is also to give you the wire that was cut from my connector,so you told me it is from the exhaust.pin 30

so y can cut that wire as you write to me.

on the grey connector.
and than i have the full horse power back,no more 92 pk.then y put my bike on the dynostar test.
did you have an 750 gsxr or 600 gsxr ?

you also must see the gixxer site www.gixxer.com

verry nice bike,s and forum,s

greets Geurt Makkinje





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