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Which is the less power map?

 Re: Which is the less power map?
Yes thats right, you can just edit a cell that is not used for the unification to take place. I think there was some cross over in the years with the 21H50 and 21H60 ECU's as there was a factory recall on the 21H00 and 21H10 due to ISC problems. I made the decision to put the 21H50 and 21H60 into 2008, rather than putting them in both places.
 
 Re: Which is the less power map?
Great Justin! Thanks for the help, and yes GSXR 1000. By make a change, I could take a value thats never even used on my bike and bump it up one and then save and that will then cause the unifying to complete? Oh and something random speaking of which, on ECU Editor 21H60 ECU is 07 while on your software 21H60 is 08. Not sure if it matters just pointing it out because I thought 21H60 was 07. Thanks for the help.
 
 Re: Which is the less power map?
I am assuming you are refering to the GSX-R 1000? MS0 is generally the restricted map in the 07+ GSX-R 1000 ecu's, this is used in regions like France to restrict power to just over 100 hp. Ignition Gear Group 1 and 2 both have areas where the timing is retarded, so if you are looking to remove the timing retard in the lower gears, unify to Gear Group 3. After unifying the iginition maps you will need to make a change to the map for the unification to be applied. If you just unifiy the maps and dont make any changes the unificiation process will not take place.
 
 Which is the less power map?
So I keep reading different things, is MS0 the restricted map or MS1? Which one do I want to use? And under bin file configuration.... Also, of the ignition groups, which one is the one to use to unify across all 3 groups? Group 1, Group 2, or Group 3? If I don't set a group across all of them, but turn off top speed limiter, would that be the best route?
 
 
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