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Motorcycle Remapping

Motorcycle Remapping




in this Article we are going to introduce some of famous motorcyles:

  • SUZUKI Hayabusa 2022
  • Honda CB1000R 2022


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left: suzuki hayabusa , center: honda cb1000 , right: kawazaki ninja

SUZUKI Hayabusa 2022

A Brief review of SUZUKI Hayabusa 2022

Mention the name SUZUKi Hayabusa and even non-motorcycle people know what you're talking about. The model first appeared in 1999 and instantly took the title of the world's fastest production motorcycle away from arch rivals Honda and Kawasaki. In the 22 years since that spectacular debut, the Hayabusa has gone on to become an iconic bike of speed and excess. surprisingly, it has only been updated once in that time and that was back in 2008. That is until now. When the SUZUKI Hayabusa was taken off sale in 2019, it left a sizable void in the uk and european motorcycle market. Retailing at 18599 MSRP in the United States,The legend is reborn for 2022. Under the skin sits a revised version of the 1340cc inline four-cylinder motor, producing 187 horsepower at 9750 RPM. Torque is now acclaimed at 110 pound-speed of torque at 7000 RPM. Interestingly that's less than the most recent predecessor which produced 194 horsepower and 114 pound-speed of torque. But the previous generation didn't have to contend with the myriad emissions hoops that the new 2022 version does. So for SUZUKI to get even close to that and still pass the euro 5 regulations is commendable. So 187 horsepower is still pretty impressive. Certain numbers have increased though, Namely weight. The hayabusa is now up a touch from acclaimed 582 pounds to 586 pounds and that's with a full tank of gas. That's despite the fact that SUZUKI has gone through the motor from top to bottom. shaving weight off practically every nut, bolt, valve, spring, conrod and the crankshaft where possible. Every major part of the motor is either revised or renewed with SUZUKI touting the motor as a faster sturdier unit than in the past. As for the chassis, there's a more relaxed steering head angle which improves high speed stability for the twin spar aluminium frame. There's also new brembo styling brake callipers in the same vein as the ducati panigale V4S, and there's new fully adjustable KYB suspension. Where the latest Hayabusa is vastly different from the previous is in electronics. As such SUZUKI has finally graced the ayabusa with an “inertial measurement unit”. One that works in conjunction with the SUZUKI intelligent ride system which is their collection of electronic aids. 

The suite of assists includes :

  • 10 stage traction control
  • 10 stage wheelie control 
  • 6 different power modes (3 preset and 3 customizable)
  • 3 stage engine brake control 
  • 3 stage launch control
  • 2 stage up and down quick shifter
  • Cornering ABS 
  • Cruise control 
  • An Active Speed Limiter
  • Hill hold control and even Slope descent control which prevents the rear wheel from lifting under heavy braking when going down hills.




A brief review of KAWASAKI H2 SX SE

When the SUZUKI Hayabusa was taken off sale in 2019, it left a sizable void in the uk and european motorcycle market. Even Though, there were other options on offer. For example The Kawasaki ZZR 1400 still had another year left to live. Although there was a new kid on the block called the Kawasaki H2 SX SE and it was just getting its supercharged teeth into the market. Now with the ZZR being sadly discontinued, the Kawasaki H2 SX SE flew solo in the high-speed 200 BHB sports touring segment. Until now that is as a famous name has returned to the game. The return of the hayabusa was one of the worst kept secrets in the global motorcycle industry. The 2022 KAWASAKI H2 SX SE has a 998 cc in-line four-cylinder engine with 76 x 55 millimetre stroke. KAWASAKI claims its power is 197 horsepower at 11000 RPM and 137.3 newton metres of torque at 8.500 RPM. The Ninja H2 SX SE is powered by a thrilling balanced supercharged 998cc inline four-cylinder engine that uses Kawasaki's precise engine tuning expertise to distribute power where it is most useful, in the low to mid-range, for both long-distance touring and daily riding. The compression ratio is 11.2:1 with a top speed of 366 kilometres per hour. Tank capacity of 19 litres and fuel consumption of 17 kilometres per litre can cover a distance up to 323 kilometres until the fuel tank is empty. KAWASAKI uses a skyhook upside down front suspension with 43 millimetres of diameter and the BFRC gas charged damper for the rear suspension. In the braking sector this bike used brembo stylema four piston calliper ABS and two piston calliper ABS for the rear brake. You didn't require extra torque, but you now have it. Advanced Rider Assist System (ARAS) with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Forward Collision Warning (FCW), and Blind Spot Detection (BSD). Wider rider and passenger seats, as well as Kawasaki Electronically Controlled Suspension (KECS) with Skyhook technology, make it more comfortable.A larger, 6.5-inch TFT screen allows you to access and configure Kawasaki's new Smartphone-based Infotainment app (SPIN), Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), Vehicle Hold Assist (VHA), and Kawasaki Intelligent Proximity Activation Start System (KIPASS) remote key fob. Combining these with its gorgeous looking  and updated styling makes it so special. The Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE is the ultimate sport touring package, with the latest in electronically controlled suspension, brakes, and rider aid technology on a supercharged hyperbike platform. 



  • Headlight and upper cowl styling
  • Advanced Rider Assist System (ARAS)
  1. Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
  2. Forward Collision Warning (FCW)
  3. Blind Spot Detection (BSD)
  • Wider seats for increased comfort
  • 6.5” TFT Colour Instrumentation with a Smartphone-based Infotainment app (SPIN)
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
  • Vehicle Hold Assist (VHA)
  • Kawasaki Electronic Control Suspension (KECS) with Showa Skyhook EERA technology
  • Kawasaki Intelligent Proximity Activation Start System (KIPASS) remote key fob
  • USB-style power outlet
  • Grip heaters


  • Revised cam timing
  • Exhaust silencer
  • Elimination of exhaust pre-silencer
  • Revised second gear
  • Optimised hydraulic clutch fluid volume


In fact, there is something annoying about this bike which is, you don't have access to all the engine power. But the thing to notice is, this is not only Kawasaki H2, but also many other motorcycles out there are REV limited. Instead they give us a taste of something that might be awesome then they say : “uhh sorry guys, but we detune this engine so you can't have all the  power”. You can see some of the emails that we received from our customers that they had this problem in previous years.



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