Q: Whats involved with installing the Interface PnP?
A: To install the base PnP ( no additional options ie, air shifter , shift light,) install time is about 5 minutes, the only tool required,is a allen wrench to remove the seat,and tank bolts.
Q: Will the PnP run the stock Dash?
A: Yes dash retains full functions.
Q: How hard is it to tune and get started?
A: All ECU's come with a base map installed so initial starting is super easy , and the tuning is easy as well .
Q: Will the PnP for the GSXR 1000 control the secondary butterflies?
A: NO the PnP will not control the Sec butterflies and most likely i will not develop any system to do so
Q: Can the PnP datalog ?
A: YES at this time datalogging is done through either a laptop or a Palm pilot , USB Logger , BUT im working on some other options for datalogging , wireless laptop, and some guys are working on SD card systems now .
Your typical Turbo bike electronics consist if this ( with FMU or secondaries )
Datalogger of some kind, innovate,wego,ect * some dataloggers run in excess of $1000.00
Air shifter/kill box
Ignition retard and or amplifier
Secondary fuel controller ( some run in excess of 750.00 WITHOUT LOGGING)
Power commander ( If not flahsing the stock ECU)
Two step module
Shift light/auto shift module
With the PnP you can eliminate ALL of these add on boxes
With the exception of the datalogger you need no external boxes to do everything that ALL of the above boxes
will do and have MILES less wiring on the bike .
So lets add this up Above boxes PnP
Wideband $ 150-200 $150-200
Datalogger $ 500-1000 Datalogger $100-200 (max)
Ignition retard/amp $ 200-600 Built in
Air shifter/kill box $ 150-250 Built in
Secondary controller $450-1000 --------
Power commander $250-400 --------
Two step mod $150-200 Built in
shiftlight/auto shift $150-200 Built in
Total Retail $2000.00 - 3850.00 1250.00 - 1400.00
So you could save any where from $750.00 to $2450.00 retail by going with the full standalone PnP route not counting alot less headache without all that associated wiring ALL over the bike.
Now to be fair you could purchase some of the items above used and save some money but for new vrs. new its hard to beat the price savings that the PnP has, and some of the items are NOT needed to make a turbo bike make good power but this is just a outline of what MOST turbo bikes that weekend racers will have on them.
Some of the items can be flashed on the stock ecu and cost virtually nothing but it still dosent add up to what you would save going with the PnP.