When I reflashed my ECU after putting on Termi's, it cost $200.Also, FWIW, most vendors seem to want around $500 to flash an ECU currently- at least that's what I found when I was doing some shopping recently.
Right!make sure it's the correct map for your GT. It's now considered an "older" bike, and options/prices should be sorted out before you pull the trigger on new slip-ons. Note that air temperature sensors were different on the '06 bikes and a re-flash for the wrong sensor will mess up your fueling. Do NOT assume your vendor knows all the details of your bike, it's up to you to make sure they can and will give you want you need.
I bought mine on ebay from this UK seller who shipped to Mexico:Also, FWIW, most vendors seem to want around $500 to flash an ECU currently- at least that's what I found when I was doing some shopping recently.
You might be better off watching ebay or the classifieds for a genuine DP ECU, you'll probably pay about the same money. Again, you'll need the correct part number for your model & year.
If you have the DP ECU you can fine tune the mix (richer or leaner) for your specific bike through JPDiag (Freeware). I do it using the same cable I use to reset the TPS (very cheap on ebay. Similar to this one: https://www.ebay.com/itm/KKL-OBD2-U...558637?hash=item33d3d9316d:g:zmgAAOSwighZfbSE).my DP ECU seems like it runs a little rich overall with my custom 2-into-1 exhaust system.