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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old Sep 3rd, 2011, 11:54 am Thread Starter
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Hello All,

I'm a noob here. I recently Purchased a 08 Hyper 1100. It has a Ducshop hyperstack kit , Leo Vince slip ons, Cat eliminator pipe.

My question is, how can I tell if it still has the stock ECU or a new one?

I've been lurking for a while.

Thanks in advance.

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old Sep 3rd, 2011, 1:16 pm
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You can check two things.
Easiest is to key on the bike, no need to start it, just key on.
The dash will spell out Racing if it is a DP ecu I believe.

Secondly, the ecu itself has a part number on it. You'd have to remove the right side faring to get at it and check that part number on the ECU to verify if the ECU is also a DP unit, or possibly a stock unit that was flashed if the dash reads Racing.

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Hello All,

I'm a noob here. I recently Purchased a 08 Hyper 1100. It has a Ducshop hyperstack kit , Leo Vince slip ons, Cat eliminator pipe.

My question is, how can I tell if it still has the stock ECU or a new one?

I've been lurking for a while.

Thanks in advance.
open up the fairings on the right side and look at the numbers on your ECU. If you do a quick search you can find which number is which ECU.
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Thanks. It does say racing when I turn the key on. I knew I should have written down the numbers when I had it apart yesterday.

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just unscrew the 3 push bolts on the inside of the right hand side fairing(so the black plastic fairing) and then you should be able to read the numbers. Time it takes is 1~2 minutes tops.
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It was easier to read taking the whole fairing off. Rather than just the ECU cover. only took a minute anyway. I had it all apart yesterday trying to rewire the tail light. it doesn't blink. it just stays on. They had just cut the wires. Did some research apparently I have to ground the other wires to get them to blink.

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thanks for the help... now I know its a DP ECU. Think I need to get a PCV to get it running right. according to all my lurking knowledge, it runs really lean. Surging, popping, backfiring in low RPM's. and I get about 45 miles per gallon...lol

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have you tried adjusting the fuel trim first?

I've adjusted mine about a week ago and my bike doesn't surge anymore and doesn't have the on/off throttle response. I can roll the throttle on from 2k rpm without any problems.
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is there a way to adjust it manually a tiny bit? or do you have to do thru the ECU? I have read your thread about using ducatidiag and gilly's instructions on getting the cable's etc etc...I'll probably just take it to local dynojet shop.

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You can only do it through the ECU, it's just hooking up the cable and adjusting the trim, doesn't take more than 10 mins to do that, however, you also need to measure the gasses, so give or take 30~45 mins.
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