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12/8/2017 2:43 PM

Sent in my Ecm to get rid of the decel pop, as soon as they received it they shipped out the same day.
After installing throttle response was substantially better and no more pop on decel. If you are on the fence it is definelty worth it.Photo

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12/8/2017 4:31 PM

Cost? Wonder what they can do for 18crf250 bottom end? Their website sucks.

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12/8/2017 4:53 PM

Good information!I am thinking to send my 2017 crf450r ECU to them,but still wondering if they are going to be able to fix the jerky throttle feel .

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12/8/2017 4:57 PM

Idp57 wrote:

Good information!I am thinking to send my 2017 crf450r ECU to them,but still wondering if they are going to be able to fix the jerky throttle feel .

Same here. Hope other 2017 CRF450r owners chime in.

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12/8/2017 5:07 PM

That's a good looking scooter, CM.
Nicely understated and clean.

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12/8/2017 5:24 PM

It was $113 with return shipping and a free Koozie and stickers are always a plus.

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12/8/2017 7:19 PM

Idp57 wrote:

Good information!I am thinking to send my 2017 crf450r ECU to them,but still wondering if they are going to be able to fix the jerky throttle feel .

Frank wrote:

Same here. Hope other 2017 CRF450r owners chime in.

17 CRF450r owner here. Sent my ECU to Tokyo Mods. Unfortunately they can't get rid of the jerkiness, as they can't modify map 1. They can only modify maps 2&3. Helped a bit, smoother and starts like a charm.

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12/8/2017 7:30 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/8/2017 7:31 PM

I sent them a Vortex ignition for a YZ250F. The tracking showed it was delivered, but they claimed they never got it. They weren't too concerned with tryig to find it or help remedy the situation. I'll never deal with them again.

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12/8/2017 11:05 PM

I get mine back Tuesday for a 17 Crf450r but so far customer service and shipping has been great.

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12/8/2017 11:46 PM

Great company and great people to deal with.

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12/9/2017 12:36 AM

Tonynz wrote:

Great company and great people to deal with.

Did you get something done Tony? how long did it take with shipping, 1 month?

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12/9/2017 4:03 AM

Anybody try motolab in Conneticut? They did my RMZ and it was excellent. Fast turnaround and great prices.

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12/9/2017 4:20 AM

I used Tom at MotoLab. He flashed my RMZ450 ECU. Not that good on his first attempt so I sent it back. Then I never saw it again.
After a few months of waiting I contacted him and he said that he did have it and will ship it out. After another month or two he Ignored my messages on IG and emails.
Needless to say I had to buy another ECU with zero help from Tom.
Now it’s been well over a year and I will always advice people to steer clear of MotoLab. Worst Moto related experience ever!!!

Ghost

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12/9/2017 4:42 AM

That is one good looking bike OP!

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12/9/2017 4:43 AM

How is the power difference? I run 110oct gas with a ti5 on my kx. Stock mappijg seems off. For $100 thats an awesome deal.

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12/9/2017 5:06 AM

Ghostrider145 wrote:

I used Tom at MotoLab. He flashed my RMZ450 ECU. Not that good on his first attempt so I sent it back. Then I never saw it again.
After a few months of waiting I contacted him and he said that he did have it and will ship it out. After another month or two he Ignored my messages on IG and emails.
Needless to say I had to buy another ECU with zero help from Tom.
Now it’s been well over a year and I will always advice people to steer clear of MotoLab. Worst Moto related experience ever!!!

Ghost

Wow interesting to hear, I found him VIA thumper talk and he had it back to me within 5 business days. Everyone had good things to say about him.

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12/9/2017 5:45 AM

What tuning tool or software do these companies use?

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12/9/2017 6:37 AM

Naanak wrote:

I get mine back Tuesday for a 17 Crf450r but so far customer service and shipping has been great.

Let us know what you think,please smile

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12/17/2017 2:50 PM

Idp57 wrote:

Let us know what you think,please smile

Finally rode it today. I asked for a woods map and a smooth Mx map. They pretty much felt the same but the twitchiness in the initial throttle is gone. That was my main issue so imo it’s good.

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12/17/2017 7:40 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/17/2017 7:43 PM

Idp57 wrote:

Good information!I am thinking to send my 2017 crf450r ECU to them,but still wondering if they are going to be able to fix the jerky throttle feel .

I drove down there and was in and out in like 30 mins.
1 blink - stock ; 2 blink - Torque ; 3 blink - Power
I run the torque map a lot. I also have a yoshi that it mapped for. Noticed way better throttle response, and way less low end jeryness gone. It also felt like it pulled 3rd gear a lot more aggressively. My buddy has 18 which stock has different ecu flash then 17 and he thought my bike was faster and snappier

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12/17/2017 8:01 PM

Dumb question, does Tokyo Mods remap RMZ ECU's? I have a spare brand new stock ECU for my bike I would like to get remapped different from stock settings. Seems like there are few and far between people that will remap RMZ's. TIA

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12/17/2017 8:16 PM

TbonesPop wrote:

Dumb question, does Tokyo Mods remap RMZ ECU's? I have a spare brand new stock ECU for my bike I would like to get remapped different from stock settings. Seems like there are few and far between people that will remap RMZ's. TIA

No they don't.

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12/17/2017 9:08 PM

TbonesPop wrote:

Dumb question, does Tokyo Mods remap RMZ ECU's? I have a spare brand new stock ECU for my bike I would like to get remapped different from stock settings. Seems like there are few and far between people that will remap RMZ's. TIA

mxb2 wrote:

No they don't.

Bummer, but thanks for he reply.

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12/17/2017 9:12 PM

CM46 wrote:

It was $113 with return shipping and a free Koozie and stickers are always a plus.

Tokyo Mods does make some very cool looking stickers and with the name and logo gives me the impression of trickness.

I had an 05 CRF450 with a full blown Tokyo mods ignition setup, cdi and map handlebar selector switch plus they did their carb work with the neon hose(s) and they or someone else had done some motor work.....needless to say back in 06 this bike was STUPID fast and was hard as hell to hold on to....it was actually ex-Fox "superstar" rep Warren Johnsons bike. The bike also had the full on RG3 "Diamond Kit" front and rear with the 18mm o/s shock shaft. Both the forks and Shock had the full dlc treatment a to school spring etc...needless to say the suspension on this bike was so much better than ANYTHING I had ridden before but with the bike running like a topfuel dragster I couldn't come to terms with the bike as a whole so I bought a nearly brand new bone stock 05 CRF450 and swapped over the Rg3 clamps, suspension and white Bros carbon low boy pipe to the new 05 and I was one happy camper!

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12/17/2017 9:13 PM

TbonesPop wrote:

Dumb question, does Tokyo Mods remap RMZ ECU's? I have a spare brand new stock ECU for my bike I would like to get remapped different from stock settings. Seems like there are few and far between people that will remap RMZ's. TIA

mxb2 wrote:

No they don't.

TbonesPop wrote:

Bummer, but thanks for he reply.

Tom from motolab did mine. Bike rips now,. Full pipe,race fuel.

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12/17/2017 9:13 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/17/2017 9:15 PM

CM46 wrote:

It was $113 with return shipping and a free Koozie and stickers are always a plus.

Wow I really went off on a tangent actually quoted your edit: POST first time to tell you that I think your bike looks incredible with those graphics on it LOL

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