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While I am quite jacked up with the stuff WASP is bringing out, I can not tell how my bike is set up. I bought the bike used. It has Termis without baffles and runs pretty good. How can I tell which ECU may be on the bike?
 

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Have a look at the ECU under the seat. On it is printed a number, 28641281C, for the Euro GT1000, which is what all GTs are now fitted with I believe.
 

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What's the number on the ECU? Stock ECUs and "Termi ECUs" have different numbers. (One of the biggest costs in Termi pipes is the ECU.)
 

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the dp ecu numbers all start with 96, usually 9651xxxx, altho the dp stickers do fall off. std ecu numbers are as Duccout shows. if you hook it up to the dds or multibrand axone or vdsts software it should show you the ecu part number as specified by the map stored in it, which is the best way to find out.
 
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