I think the one-button start thing is like what the superbikes have, you just press the button and the bike will keep turning over until it starts. The Nemesis looses that function I believe. The second map is started by pressing the start button when the engine is running. Great post - good to see the effect of installing a Nemesis on its own.Guido,
Sorry I'm not sure I understand your question - the Nemesis does change how my bike starts; before I would just hit the ignition button once - with the Nemesis I have to hold it down. I think this is because the Nemesis offers a 'rain map' where you hold down the ignition while the engine's running and it reverts to a reduced HP map. I used it in a high country snow storm this past summer - it worked great.
You won't find a better shop to install a Nemesis - several of the maps directly from Nemesis were created by Brian and JP.Guido,
You're way ahead of me technically speaking - I'm sorry - I don't know the details but I do know that the Nemesis ECU can control ignition advance/retard based on the rain and 'wet' maps. Brian Sharp and JP at Boulder Motorsports have done numerous Nemesis installs - I think 7 of their race bikes are using the Nemesis and I know the Nemesis techs have visited the shop on 2 occasions. They're really nice guys - I would bet they'd be willing to answer questions and be something of a resource for you.
nothing is better than the DPecu and a power commander dialed in on a dyno. there is no flexibility because it is perfectGuido,
This is what's great about the Nemesis - it offers a great deal of flexibility - it's a true custom ECU. By comparison the DP ECU is more of a Power Commander type product...
thanks very much for the extra details. I'm particularly interested to hear you are still running the full airbox and that you are getting fuel mileage pretty close to the stock bike - plus all that torque and great rideability.
Sounds like a Nemesis ECU could be in my future - tho I will likely hold out for an Akra pipe.
Only thing that bothers me about the Nemesis is I believe the headlamp doesn't switch off when cranking the engine to start it - just a matter of replacing the battery a bit earlier, I suppose. (Bikes over here have headlamps hard-wired on - there's no off switch.)
Again, greatly appreciate your posts on this.