What we usually do is that we utilize the yoshbox connector and wire two additional wires between yosh plug and the ecu. That way the harness remains intact and flashing is enabled for a stock ecu just by plugging the harness to the white sds and black yosh connector.
In this link you can see the hayabusa yoshbox wiring as its most commonly used by quite many dyno stations in USA and elsewhere:
The software has in addition to normal fuel and ignition map tuning as well as limiters adjustment and top speed limiter removal (which all is now avail for gixxer) also includes (and remember all this is free, all you need is a cable which you can either buy or build yourself):
- Quickshifter module with preloaded autoshifting capability
- Turbofuel module which requires changing the pressure sensor to GM3 bar sensor and an fuel pump upgare, but is known to make over 350hp with otherwise stock fuelsystem (on hayabusas). This has boost pressure adjustment per gear and ramp up per gear, even though we may go for just one rampup rate in in the future for more constant track results.
- Nitrous module which allows setting nitrous shot per gear, ramp up rates per gear etc, known to be good for well over 200hp with all stock fuel system and up to 300+hp with upgraded fuelpump (on hayabusas).
- The newest development is launch control system that we are currently working on sensing the RPM/SEC ramp rate from crankshaft and using ignition advance to set up the limiters.
- Autotuning module, which is just in its simplest form usinig stock components and a laptop or can add basically any wideband for more accurate tuning.
As the software is open source freeware, it only takes someone with a bit of a geek mindset from gixxer community to join us and start compiling these features for gixxers.
By telling about this I hope to find some persons with visual basic and c-language skills with gixxers to join the core team to bring this kind of functionality for gixxers too - if you gixxer guys are interested to get some of this kind of features from the suzuki superbike brothers.
Hope this answers to your questions over pm:s and publicly ...