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ZX10R 2011 ABS Australia Choosing the right bin?

 Re: ZX10R 2011 ABS Australia Choosing the right bin?
Just wondering if anyone can help. I have a 2011 ZX10R ABS Australian version, which from my understanding uses the EU bin settings. Question is which EU bin settings should I choose there are 3 EU ones and 2 FR ones. EU - 21175-0326 21175-0330 21175-0762 FR - 21175-0327 21175-0763 is there a way to tell which version of the EU ECU your bike is currently running before selecting one of the EU files listed?? Also on the topic of bins if I select say the EU 21175-0326 bin and select read to read the bikes ECU data (which has already been dyno'd and modified), how can I tell if I am looking at the bikes modified ECU or the stock EU21175-0326 ECU as I would hate to destroy the good work thats already been done to the bike. I really want to keep the modified ECU's settings for now and get rid of the servo motor and top speed limiter until I have more time to play =D Any help is greatly appreciated =D If you are unsure which bin file to use, just connect everything up and read the ECU, the software will detect which bin file and ECU model you have and display the information in the main window.
 
 Re: ZX10R 2011 ABS Australia Choosing the right bin?
Thanks guys I appreciate the responses. Was just wondering also in the advanced settings when the check boxes are not ticked does that mean that the top speed limiter is deactivated or activated? same for the servo motor also? When you hover over an item in advanced settings, there is some info that appears at the bottom which describes what happens when you check the box. so for example, "Disable Stock O2 Sensor" =>"Check the checkbox to disable the stock O2 sensor"
 
 Re: ZX10R 2011 ABS Australia Choosing the right bin?
Checked boxes means they are activated. Unchecking the boxes removes the feature.
 
 Re: ZX10R 2011 ABS Australia Choosing the right bin?
Thanks guys I appreciate the responses. Was just wondering also in the advanced settings when the check boxes are not ticked does that mean that the top speed limiter is deactivated or activated? same for the servo motor also?
 
 Re: ZX10R 2011 ABS Australia Choosing the right bin?
there should be a number located on your ecu that corresponds with one of the numbers listed for your year, make and model. There is a number on the ECU, however most times you have to remove it to see it clearly. Mine (on a ZZR1400) was on the bottom of the ECU... Check the number then load a "new" file based on the model and ECU number. The Tutorials are excellent as is the whole site and instructions. Woolich has made this a very easy to use system. Have fun with your tuning!
 
 Re: ZX10R 2011 ABS Australia Choosing the right bin?
First let me say that I am in no way an expreienced tuner with the woolich system. That being said there should be a number located on your ecu that corresponds with one of the numbers listed for your year, make and model. Once you have determined which one you need to use you should be able to read your ecu and save it to your computer to be used/modified at a later date. Hopefully someone with more experience will chime in and correct me if I haven't given you accurate information. Woolich has some great tutorials you can check out by clicking on "Support" on the home page.
 
 ZX10R 2011 ABS Australia Choosing the right bin?
Just wondering if anyone can help. I have a 2011 ZX10R ABS Australian version, which from my understanding uses the EU bin settings. Question is which EU bin settings should I choose there are 3 EU ones and 2 FR ones. EU - 21175-0326 21175-0330 21175-0762 FR - 21175-0327 21175-0763 is there a way to tell which version of the EU ECU your bike is currently running before selecting one of the EU files listed?? Also on the topic of bins if I select say the EU 21175-0326 bin and select read to read the bikes ECU data (which has already been dyno'd and modified), how can I tell if I am looking at the bikes modified ECU or the stock EU21175-0326 ECU as I would hate to destroy the good work thats already been done to the bike. I really want to keep the modified ECU's settings for now and get rid of the servo motor and top speed limiter until I have more time to play =D Any help is greatly appreciated =D
 
 
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