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EFI/ECU Replacement for 2006 Suzuki SV650S 
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I am looking on ditching the stock ECU and the PowerCommander III. I would like to know of the hardware needed for this project to build an EMS or if I can purchase it pre-assembled. I want to do all the work, but not if it's assembling on a PCB with micrometer sized wires. Is there an actual FreeEMS hardware build? What are some good starting points to EFI replacement for motorcycles?


Mon Jun 04, 2012 7:57 pm
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There are some FreeEMS hardware projects in progress, however nothing suited to a bike yet, and nothing finished yet, either. FreeEMS is probably not for you yet. It shouldn't be treated as an end-user solution, yet. With time that will come. Read the first part of this viewtopic.php?f=41&t=1699 or all of it, if you wish.

Hope that helps.

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I wish you a lot of luck with the project. It's needed and I, personally, am not at this level yet to help, but I know once it's complete, it will be great. Do you know of any products to direct me towards that offer a hardware schematic or prebuilt hardware, that is open source and well documented? What do you think of the mega/microsquirt? I'm an advanced linux user, but amateur on EFI for the time being, but my entire goal is to learn.


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You'll probably have good luck with a MicroSquirt (don't ask me which version) running ms2extra code. Getting good results from DIY EFI stuff, ms included == lots of research before embarking on your mission. If you do do your homework, you should be happy enough. Beware of the warts, though :-)

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