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Map switching

 Re: Map switching
http://www.woolichracing.com/SupportCenterItemView.aspx?SupportCenterItemId=53 2007/2012 GSX-R 1000 : pin 66 Pin has to remain grounded while in that map. I cannot state for a fact that MSO is default. It may very well be. I am not sure about the Suzuki's. Unless someone can confirm it for you as fact, you might want to verify it to be certain. Thank you very much for the reply and information. I myself thought that it is pin 66 but the Wiring Diagram E-02,19,24 (for Australian model) is showing that this pin is already grounded. It is connected to Pin 71 which provides the ground for the ignition. Also, it is true that the fuel map opens in Map1, but this can not be default because when I tick "Filter by MS0/MS1" in Autotune settings when logging data, I only get IAP and TPS data for MS0 and nothing at all for MS1 which would indicate that MS0 is the default map. Freaking confusing :twisted:
 
 Re: Map switching
I might also add that I thought Justin once told me that he had the Bin Files designed to open up by the default map when first opening the bin file. Looking at 2008 GSXR1000 Bin, MS1 is the default map, not MSO,....... if that is correct. I would recommend making a test bin file to verify unless someone can tell you for a fact which it is.
 
 Re: Map switching
http://www.woolichracing.com/SupportCen ... rItemId=53 2007/2012 GSX-R 1000 : pin 66 Pin has to remain grounded while in that map. I cannot state for a fact that MSO is default. It may very well be. I am not sure about the Suzuki's. Unless someone can confirm it for you as fact, you might want to verify it to be certain.
 
 Map switching
As I understand the Map 0 is the default map and to select Map 1 it is necessary to ground one of the pins on the ECU. My question is what pin needs to be grounded in 2008 Gsxr 1000 to select Map 1? Also is the grounding required only temporarily to select it or does it have to stay grounded for the duration. I am thinking of what type of switch is needed for it and whether the OEM "Mode switch" could be used for that purpose. It is a track bike so I do not care about the street implications.
 
 
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