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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-25-2004, 06:07 PM Thread Starter
 
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accessing stock computer

Anyone know if it can be done, specifically, for an 04 R6? I know, I know..., "just buy a PC." Probably will, but I figured if I could adjust fuel/air mix with the stock one, maybe somehow through the display (like when you do self diagnostics), then I could tinker.

I've heard that some bikes, don't know which ones or even if they're sportbikes, allow this, as well as some cars.

Just looking for some thoughts....
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-25-2004, 06:13 PM
 
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Anyone know if it can be done, specifically, for an 04 R6? I know, I know..., "just buy a PC." Probably will, but I figured if I could adjust fuel/air mix with the stock one, maybe somehow through the display (like when you do self diagnostics), then I could tinker.

I've heard that some bikes, don't know which ones or even if they're sportbikes, allow this, as well as some cars.

Just looking for some thoughts....

Well I know I don't know that answer. Larryg will have a good answer for you on this. Just have to wait till he logs in and gives you his advise. How tech smart are you about bikes though??? Tinkering can be ok but if your not sure what to tinker with and what to leave alone you could do more trouble then good. Just my
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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-25-2004, 07:10 PM
 
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Anyone know if it can be done, specifically, for an 04 R6? I know, I know..., "just buy a PC." Probably will, but I figured if I could adjust fuel/air mix with the stock one, maybe somehow through the display (like when you do self diagnostics), then I could tinker.

I've heard that some bikes, don't know which ones or even if they're sportbikes, allow this, as well as some cars.

Just looking for some thoughts....
Not sure but I would guess you could. The important thing is you picked the right bike! Rock on!
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-30-2004, 10:41 PM
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I am not familiar with a direct way to access the computer to modify the injection. I am guessing it's not too easy because the manufacturers have to be careful about emissions issues and most of them don't want to share their programming.

I have been hearing some negative stories about the PC's but I don't have direct experience with a failure. I have also heard of an alternative but I want to learn more before I say anything.

Do a little research, you may be able to find an alternative.

Larry

Rarely is the question stupid, but sometimes the answer is you need to run everything you read online through your own personal BS meter to determine if it makes sense to you.
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