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gsxr k7 not reading AFR

 Re: gsxr k7 not reading AFR
You can also put a small screwdriver between the starter button and it's housing,to keep it pressed.Suzukis need to the clutch in signal to crank,so if you just press the starter button the lights go off,no need to remove and re-install the lights fuse. I do this all the time when flashing on the bike :D
 
 Re: gsxr k7 not reading AFR
I experienced somewhat similar during a flash "session" a couple of weeks ago. I have (until I solved the baud issue) never been able to flash using my LogBox, so I have used my previously bought Denso interface for that. This specific day I tested/tried my LogBox to try to read/write(flash) the ECU. Several times. Since my B-King have "mandatory EU/Norwegian" lights on when ignition on I kept draining my battery during these failed attempt to write ECU. Finally I managed to write ECU, but afterwards it would not idle, and after two attempts more my (LiOn) battry was drained. Thought the problem was due to flat battery so I left it charged overnight, but the next morning the bike would not idle. So, I reflashed *the same* bin file again *but* I removed the light fuse (10A) to be sure (this I am doing now every time when flashing). After successful flash the bike started and idled perfectly again. I have no "scientific" explanation how this could happen, but it did. :) My theory is that the battery *must* maintain a certain voltage during flash or you might have trouble.
 
 Re: gsxr k7 not reading AFR
Anything? Just to confirm the bike idles at about 650rpm and then cuts most of the time. I get a Check error when the Woolich unit is hooked up to the bike in ECU flashing mode, I can flash the ECU no problem though. I just found out that the ECU was reflashed (rather than replaced) during the ISC/ECU replacement recall - not sure if this would factor in? Also heard that the AFR might not show in the engine data due to the narrowband sensors and temp levels? Not sure if anyone can help but thought I'd post some more information.
 
 gsxr k7 not reading AFR
Reflashed my K7 ECU and removed the top speed limiter only, now bike is not reading AFR when logging data and not idling properly? Running ultra rough. Please note it was reading AFR via WRT previously and idled fine. Any idea's, is my ECU fucked? I did blow an ignition fuse due to being wrong mode I think, ignition kept priming and blew. :oops:
 
 
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