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Hello there I was wondering if anyone knows of a ECM mod that you could buy to tune the 650r or will I have to bring it somewhere

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Hey Lennox, personally I use the Power Commander 5. It is adjustable via a laptop program, or you can get a Dyno Tune done.

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Hello there I was wondering if anyone knows of a ECM mod that you could buy to tune the 650r or will I have to bring it somewhere
. I'm not sure of there are but if have to guess. Someone out there is doing the ecu flashings for the 250r. I'd bet that the uk has a lot more odds of doing this as they are 250 heavy over there. However. The ecu flash is awesome because it does everything from air fuel or fuel injected to timing curves and throttle response with no extra gear However prolly hard to find ppl to do this mod On a 250. Power commanders are a great alternative but depending on what your wanting (I,e. What I mentioned above) can get very pricey. Plus let's be real here. Best ways to produce power are air fuel mixtures definitely but on a bike like yours is probably Going to be friction reduction Doesn't show much in terms of numbers on a Dyno but seat of your pants He'll yeah you will!!!! Things from roller rockers and wheel bearings and lighter rims. Carbon fiber rims are expensive but are jnsanely light and the ride is unlike anything you'd imagine. Super light and super nimble. Having the heads ported and polished should make a pretty good increase on you bike. As well as porting and polishing changed your intake manifold as a compliment to the head job. All the things mentioned above are all going to improve horsepower but more so the ride will become a lot better. You will accelerate quicker. Have more throttle response and will feel like your on a bigger bike. Almost like buying a model bigger but still staying on the same bike you have. Hope this helps

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I didn't even know theres tuning options for the 250r. I would be willing to try that out, Any word on how much power output they're able to get from that?

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I didn't even know theres tuning options for the 250r. I would be willing to try that out, Any word on how much power output they're able to get from that?
There really isn't much available for the 250R since it is mostly carbed. The ECU mods mentioned above would only work on Fuel Injected models which are available in certain countries around the world.

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I see, might not be worth it then, I don't see too much extra power being extracted from a non fuel injected model.

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I see, might not be worth it then, I don't see too much extra power being extracted from a non fuel injected model.
. You would need a few things for carb'd bikes. 1 being you need a jet kit. 2 and ignition module. Which is basically the ecu flash minus some extras. But yes there is power to be gained for sure

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