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Derestricting 49 state US 2014 ZX14R

 Re: Derestricting 49 state US 2014 ZX14R
Thanks!
 
 Re: Derestricting 49 state US 2014 ZX14R
Yes this is correct, under hard acceleration the bike goes into a lower power "safety" mode. Copying over the full power maps to the "Safety Mode" maps should eliminate this behavior.
 
 Re: Derestricting 49 state US 2014 ZX14R
That is the question. :!: The bike has switchable “Full Power” and “Low Power”. The ECU also has a third “ “Safety Mode”. The thinking is that even in “Full Power” mode in certain conditions ECU goes into “Safety Mode” to limit power. Can someone confirm or deny this?
 
 Re: Derestricting 49 state US 2014 ZX14R
And why just leave the safety map as it is and run the bike at Full-mode always? The restriction, as far as i know with small research that i made till now, are at ignition (reduce advance time), fuel (reduce the time/quantity injection) & ex-up valve (usually at high rpms, at low its help with torque but at high reduce the noise) and all of them are at all maps from factory.
 
 Derestricting 49 state US 2014 ZX14R
My plan is to completely derestrict and add reasonable power without affecting street rideability or reliability. Here is the proposed approach based on my research on various forums: 1 - Fuel maps – no changes. I am using Brock’s PCV street map. (Personal choice) 2 - Ignition maps – copy Woolich Racing base full-power map to both the full power and safety maps of the stock bin. I’m hoping it will work well with US 91-93 octane. Another assumption - replacing safety map will eliminate any liability restrictions. 3 - STP Opening - copy Woolich Racing base full-power map to both the full power and safety maps of the stock bin. Assumption - replacing safety map will eliminate any liability restrictions. 4 - Remove speed limiter 5 - Retain traction control setting What do you guys think?
 
 
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