Let Brock's Performance re-flash your stock Kawasaki ECU (Engine Control Unit) to our exacting specifications which will complement our Dynojet PCV mapping and exhaust system tuning.
The Brock Flashed ECU consists of:
- Kawasaki ZX-10R re-flash disables the following:
- Decel fuel cutoff
- Noise control
- Exhaust servo
- O2 sensor
- PAIR valve
- Purge canister valve
- Raised and adjusted idle speed
- Increased high RPM limit by 500 RPM
- Aggressively modified ignition timing (click here for more info)
- Elimination of high speed (300 KPH/186 MPH) limiter
- Throttle-by-wire derestricted
- Fan temperature lowered
- Derestricted in all gears
- Auto blipper clutchless downshifting (See product details tab for more info)
- User diagnostic reset enabled (click for reset procedure demonstration video)
To order, checkout online and send us your ECU freight prepaid and insured ($1000 declared value coverage recommended) to Brock’s Performance, 4064 E. Patterson Rd., Dayton, OH 45430. Please write your order number on the outside of the box. Please Note: For CLOSED COURSE RACE TRACK USE ONLY! ECU modifications will void your factory warranty. Increased high RPM limits can induce additional strain which could lead to premature engine failure.
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Auto Blipper Clutchless Downshifting Feature:
Advanced code allows this feature to be fully integrated with the existing technology present on the ZX-10R (2016). The Auto Blipper feature is tied into the OEM quick-shifter functionality, so it can easily be enable/disabled through the dashboard and handlebar controls. This feature is accomplished using the original ZX-10R (2016) hardware; no additional parts are required.
'User Mode' Error Code Reset Feature:
Something we noticed during the ZX-10R development project was that Kawasaki changed how the ECU dealt with FI error codes. On previous ZX-10R models, if an FI/error code/light was triggered, once the problem was fixed, the light went away immediately. This is no longer the case (and looks to be the new trend for all Kawasaki bikes). Once triggered, the code stays indefinitely, even after the problem is fixed, making it difficult to determine if the problem has actually been corected. The service manual troubleshooting diagram instructs the use of the KDS (available only to dealerships) to reset the error codes, then to test the bike to determine if the error code returns. While the dash is displaying an error code, some of the dash functions will not work until the error codes are reset. This makes it difficult for the average DIY guy or racer to repair their own bike.
Brock Flashed ECU to the rescue... We were able add a "user mode" error code reset feature to the ECU. Now if there is an error code that needs to be reset, simply put the bike in 5th gear, have the engine off, key on, run/stop on, and hold the throttle wide open for 5 seconds and the error codes will reset.