Vortex ECU dyno charts

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12/4/2018 1:24 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/4/2018 1:25 AM

I am in the market of buying a vortex ecu from TD.
My bike is a stock sxf250 2017 with just a pipe and quality fuel.

Does anyone have any dyno charts for the vortex softwares or TD software on a similar bike ?

Its a lot of money but for a gadget guy this itches places close to the wallet...

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12/4/2018 2:20 AM

From what ive read recently its not more power than a stock ecu with a remap. Just gives you more fine tuning. To me, youll get more for your money with a remap from tokyo mods or twisted development.

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12/4/2018 2:38 AM

Yeah but that would require shipping of the ECU to the states, and that will put a good dent in the wallet aswell, ofcourse not as bad as a vortex, but still significant.

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12/4/2018 3:07 AM

Im sure theres a place in your country that can do it.

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12/4/2018 3:55 AM

There is some in Sweden, but those i know of need the bike for dyno, and thats why i posted this here.
Its a lot easier to order the complete ecu, rather then drive 12 hours one way to get the job done.

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12/4/2018 9:44 AM

The Vortex guys spend a lot of (Dino) time on the Maps.
Provided the fuel is similar to what they used. (98 RON, probably.)

There should be a good map preloaded.

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12/4/2018 11:01 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/4/2018 11:03 AM

The Vortex isn't about making more power than a stock re-mapped ECU.

Where it shines is for motor building,cams, HC pistons, heads and porting, race fuels, throttle body etc

Also you can run various maps for mud, fuels, sand, trail riding etc and that's a plus.

I have both stock re-mapped ECU and a Vortex and there is no real noticeable power increase...just tun-ability for various riding conditions. That's exactly why I bought one.


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12/4/2018 6:06 PM

blaze 57 wrote:

The Vortex isn't about making more power than a stock re-mapped ECU.

Where it shines is for motor building,cams, HC pistons, ...more

.just tun-ability for various riding conditions. That's exactly why I bought one.

Same here. One of the other advantages I noticed in the past about an aftermarket ign. is how they allow the engine to rev freely. Even though I was given info from a reputable business that it will increase the HP on the engine. I'm not necessarily counting on that, but would be good if it does. On a stock or modified 250 2t there is noticeable gains with an aftermarket ign. over the oem cdi..
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Speak softly and carry a big stick.

12/5/2018 3:53 PM

On a 250 2 stroke?
Enlighten me, serious not being a wise ass

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12/5/2018 9:37 PM

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12/5/2018 9:40 PM

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12/28/2018 2:34 AM

Yes the best thing about the Vortex is tunability. I have a bunch of mods on my 250sxf and when I had it dyno tuned I could watch the horsepower go up one or two from tuning the air/fuel ratio. I also had maps put in for practice so we could run non-ethanol and then for racing I'd switch maps and run VP Pro6

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12/28/2018 1:25 PM

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12/28/2018 1:39 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/28/2018 1:40 PM

Have in ktm sxf250 2018 little better to stock overall
crf250 2018 vortex and yoshi A very big difference in power overall
My opinion vortex It gives more power to all motorcycles and depending on the model the difference can be small or large
Even the 10 maps it has along with the settings in the mix help too much

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