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So, I've managed to acquire a poor man's Termi DP zaust kit for my 07 S2R 800 (no OXS). DP headers/kat delete, cored Dan Moto cans, open air box w/ KN high flow filter.

I'm looking into remapping to take advantage of all that new airflow. It looks like with a bunch of dongles, I can connect a TuneEcu via my android phone and upload the "2219PZ10" DP exhaust map. Apparently the stock ECU map for the S2R 800 is "2219PZ13". Does anyone have experience with doing this? I was going to take it to the dealer or a local tuner to do a new map, but for ~$50 in parts I could just upload the Z10 map and have the equivalent of the DP race ecu from the Termi race kit, is that true?

I guess my question is, is the 2219PZ10 actually the exact same map as the DP race ecu that comes with the Termi cans (pn#96516105B)? Can anyone with experience with these mods and this TuneEcu map tell me if they like the Z10 map and if they felt a noticeable difference? I've heard that the full Termi race kit with ecu or a PCIII without ecu really makes it a whole new bike, and I wanted to make sure the TuneEcu map does effectively the same thing.

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Well, it seems this site leans more toward the modern Monsters, but figure I'd share what I did anyways in case other folks with S2R 800s come looking for info...

I finally got my DP midpipes from Germany (pn# 979A00105). Installed them today. They weren't the pipes I was expecting. I thought they were going to be a complete header+midpipe (one unit), but they tap into the existing headers and just delete the cat instead. I'm confused now as to what the pn is for the full headers, and I can't find them in the parts catalog from 2007... But, w/e. All I really wanted was to delete the udder. Worth noting: DanMoto cans don't fit very well with the DP midpipes. The spacing is not quite right. Makes them sit too tight on top of each other. Might take them to a zaust shop to see if they cant bend them a little more for me. But, they're good enough for now.

Anyways, got the cat deleted, opened up the airbox, popped in a K&N filter, and tuned the ECU to the 2219PZ10 DP map. Reset the TPS. The bike runs great! Idles fine, low-end is a little less luggy, more responsive, and WOT is ridiculous. Between the open intake and open midpipes it's raucously loud :grin. Earplugs are now a must, but I really like the sound. Beastly. It pulls hard to redline, but then again, it did before all of the mods. I can't really tell how much of a difference everything made, tbh. It's not like all of a sudden the front wheel wants to jump up, but the bike runs smooth and pulls really well and sounds badass. The real test would be a dyno, but eff that.

I'll check the plugs after my next riding day and see what the mixture is looking like. I might also plug in the TuneEcu and record a few freeway pulls to see how the trims are doing throughout the throttle band. TuneECU is ****ing great btw. For $10 + a few dongles, you have full control of the ECU. Stoked.
 

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Bummed no one responded but thanks for posting the follow-up. Had an S2R that an ex made me sell but while again with another S2R800 :) Put on a full Arrow set and planning on opening the airbox and retuning the exact same way you dud via TuneECU. Waiting on cables to come in from the UK. One question though, I've read TuneECU doesn't do TPS resets. How did you do yours?
 
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