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I got a chance to install this complete ecu replacement Fuel controller. It's a Aracer MIniPlus2. Also needed the AFI wideband unit and 4 to 1 cable. Little over $750 for a stand alone unit. There's no need for a computer to tune. You will need a o2 bung welded to your header. The unit displays all your engines vitals. RPM,Temp,TPS,o2..
Best part was it has Auto tune which corrects your fuel to the preset 13.3 Air to Fuel Ratio. It takes a minute to figure out how to use it. But once you set the autotune.All you have to do is ride it and it will adjust the ecu accordingly. After you are done you can save it. There are slots to save 3 maps. You can manually go in the map and add or subtract fuel. You can also adjust timing as well.
After a a few rides in the bike runs like really strong. Power kicks in at about 8.4K all the way past 11.2K. I manually set the rev limit at 11.5K
Its a totally different bike.:wink2: Only mod I have is a custom exhaust and KN drop in filter. I was not going to keep the o2 permanently mounted as it is impossible to hide all the wires.I think its the best power mod for this engine other than maybe a set of cams.

I have short video post on my instagram account. @longballer

Thanks!


https://www.steadygarage.com/store/aracer-af1-wideband-air-fuel-afr-module-honda-grom-125-cbr250-zuma-125-o2

https://www.steadygarage.com/store/aracer-rc-mini-plus2-stage-2-adjustable-ecu-honda-cbr250r-cb300f-cbr300-rebel-300-cmx300-fuel-tuner-controller

https://www.steadygarage.com/store/aracer-1-to-4-cable-splitter
 

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Just wanted to share
I got a chance to install this complete ecu replacement Fuel controller. It's a Aracer MIniPlus2. Also needed the AFI wideband unit and 4 to 1 cable. Little over $750 for a stand alone unit. There's no need for a computer to tune. You will need a o2 bung welded to your header. The unit displays all your engines vitals. RPM,Temp,TPS,o2..
Best part was it has Auto tune which corrects your fuel to the preset 13.3 Air to Fuel Ratio. It takes a minute to figure out how to use it. But once you set the autotune.All you have to do is ride it and it will adjust the ecu accordingly. After you are done you can save it. There are slots to save 3 maps. You can manually go in the map and add or subtract fuel. You can also adjust timing as well.
After a a few rides in the bike runs like really strong. Power kicks in at about 8.4K all the way past 11.2K. I manually set the rev limit at 11.5K
Its a totally different bike.:wink2: Only mod I have is a custom exhaust and KN drop in filter. I was not going to keep the o2 permanently mounted as it is impossible to hide all the wires.I think its the best power mod for this engine other than maybe a set of cams.

I have short video post on my instagram account. @longballer

Thanks!


https://www.steadygarage.com/store/aracer-af1-wideband-air-fuel-afr-module-honda-grom-125-cbr250-zuma-125-o2

https://www.steadygarage.com/store/aracer-rc-mini-plus2-stage-2-adjustable-ecu-honda-cbr250r-cb300f-cbr300-rebel-300-cmx300-fuel-tuner-controller

https://www.steadygarage.com/store/aracer-1-to-4-cable-splitter
You put $800 into your $4000 bike to improve the bike?
 

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Unless of course, you want the power of a 500 in a 300 and can keep your insurance premiums down due to the smaller displacement!
Insurance difference between the 300 and 500 is maybe $3 or $4 per month... I got quotes for both while still researching and deciding which I wanted to buy while waiting for them to be released.

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