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  • Offline Cazzy_R   england

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    Re: Z900 ECU Flash
    Reply #100 on: Sep 11, 2023, 02.10 pm
    Sep 11, 2023, 02.10 pm
    *Originally Posted by JP Tulo [+]
    My bike is still under warranty. Iím looking at ordering a second ECU to get flashed that way I can plug the original back in if I need to take it to the dealer, or if I decide to sell the bike I can put the stock exhaust system back on and sell the aftermarket system and flashed ECU as a bundle. My model year is 2023. Are all Ď17-Ď23ís the same? On eBay there are some strange options for model year: 17-21, 17-19, and 17-18. Are these just generic listings that donít know what theyíre posting, or are there strange differences between ECUís? Can anyone give me more background info on the differences from year to year and country to country? Iím in the U.S., 2023 Z900 ABS. Also, what is the smaller unit that sits on top of the ECU?

    The 2017-19 models didn't have TC/Rider modes so avoid those ECU'S for your bike.

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    Re: Z900 ECU Flash
    Reply #101 on: Sep 11, 2023, 06.56 pm
    Sep 11, 2023, 06.56 pm
    *Originally Posted by MZ900 [+]
    Cant comment on what is on sale.
    But no dealer ever will search or else detect your ecu flashed. They have a lot of other things to do, and they have a dealer odb scanner for errors.

    P.s. when i did flash of my ecu, i had an error which flasher was unable to remove, so i went straight to kawa dealer and all the mechanic told me : why do thr heck all of you trying to do a beast from a street?  Just buy a sportbike!
    Deleted my error, plugged back one connector and i was free to go.

    Youíre saying they canít detect if the ECU has been flashed?
    You say they have better things to do than investigate for an ECU flash, but from my experience, dealerships are driven by making money. If they can get out of costly warranty repairs by FINDING out a customer potentially violated terms of the warranty, they are 100% going to do that.

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    Re: Z900 ECU Flash
    Reply #102 on: Sep 11, 2023, 07.56 pm
    Sep 11, 2023, 07.56 pm
    They indeed make money, but out of additional services and works and materials with double price.

    Thats just my 2ct, its a waste of money and time and efforts - to suspect each moto that comes for servicing  :008:

    I have been flashing all my cars and motorcycles since 2008, all was new on warranty and never ever any dealer gave-a-fouk about suspecting 🙂

    But its me. Of course you can do how you feel you should.  :821: