2009 GT 1000
The new plan is to use a Corse Dynamics fuel pump flange, hopefully they will sell it without the fittings! Once that comes in I want to try drilling and taping the original flange. There seems to be enough material for this but again I don’t want to destroy my fuel system without having a back up in place already.
My next issue was transitioning from idle to part throttle caused the bike to stumble/misfire and die. Bike was unable to maintain any throttle input below about 3500 rpm. I removed the DP Paul smart ECUs that was installed and put the stock ecu back in. Bike now runs in lower RPM but wanders (mostly gaining rpm with no additional throttle input). I ordered the fatduc O2 bypass as I’ve read that it dramatically improves low RPM performance and smoothness. It was also suggested by a local shop to check the air screws on the throttles as they effect low rpm performance. If anyone has any other suggestions please let me know.
I discovered that one of the extra bits included with the bike was a DP intake cover (one with the hole cut out). Maybe that was causing the improper low rpm throttle with the other ECU? The bike has Termi exhaust so I was assuming the ECU was the one for the exhaust but I’m not 100% since the previous owner installed these parts.