HAYABUSA EURO5? DON’T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY!
Yet another new protocol available in the world of two wheels: from today it is possible to remap the new Euro5 Suzuki Hayabusa with DENSO RH850 ECU!
Thanks to the protocol Flash_0878 released for New Genius and My Genius, you can easily write the latest generation Hayabusa directly via the diagnostic socket.
No need for a PC or an internet connection: maximum convenience and independence thanks to Dimsport stand-alone devices.
UPDATED SETTING FILES FOR DENSO RH850 ECUS INSTALLED ON SUZUKI EURO5
Take full advantage of the potential of the new setting files with ad hoc deactivations such as:
🅟 [EVAP_OFF] EVAP valve exclusion *diagnostic use
🅟 [FAN_OFF] Cooling fan deletion *diagnostic use
🅟 [PAIR_OFF] PAIR valve deletion *diagnostic use
🅟 [RPM_OFF] Wheel speed sensor deletion *diagnostic use
🅟 [TAV] coolant valve activation temperature *diagnostic use
🅟 [ISC_OFF] Idle actuator deletion *diagnostic use
🅟 [L_OFF] Lambda sensor deletion *diagnostic use
Immerse yourself in the recalibration of the engine management maps via Race Evo and once finished, let your customer choose the most suitable map via the My Genius console.
This tool is perfect for enthusiats of the brand who want to further customize the world's fastest production sports motorbike: the Hayabusa GSX R 1300.
Attention! Some Maps, Patches and Options may not be available in your country: contact your Dimsport sales agent to verify it.
WHICH IS THE FASTEST STOCK BIKE IN THE WORLD? EASY, HAYABUSA GSX R!
Legendary, one of a kind and very fast: we are talking about the Hayabusa GSX R, the fastest production bike in the world.
After the goodbye in 2018, for 2021 the most extreme Suzuki ever returns to the market in style. Adjustable suspensions, but still mechanical, aerodynamics studied in the wind tunnel and refined electronics make it one of the most characteristic and appreciated motorcycles ever.
The displacement is always the same, 1340cm3 four cylinders in line, but the power drops by 7 HP to 190HP. This occurs due to the increasingly stringent Euro5 standards which force manufacturers to limit power to reduce emissions, but fortunately in this case they have tried to improve thrust at low and medium revs which however sacrifices performance at high speeds.