API Tech: EFI Advance 2014.

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  1. I have a 2011 CBR250. Stock except for 3 extra holes drilled in the end of the muffler.

    API Tech have an ECM for the CBR250, their price, a shocking 12,000b.

    http://www.apitechonline.com/shop/index.php?route=product/category&path=118_35_131

    They also have a separate 'EFI Advance 2014'. Not linked to any specific bike. 3,500b.

    http://www.apitechonline.com/shop/index.php?route=product/category&path=118_117_124

    Anybody have any knowledge of such a tool, or the Thai skills to read it?

    คุณสมบัติ
    1. สามารถปรับแต่งค่าองศาจุดระเบิดได้แบบอิสระ 0°- 50° (Ignition degree)
    2. สามารถปรับแต่งปริมาณการฉีดของน้ำมันเพิ่มจากของเดิมได้ 100 % (Increase Fuel) โดยเลือกปรับได้ 2 แบบ
    2.1 ปรับเพิ่มปริมาณการฉีดน้ำมันจาก VOLUME หน้ากล่องได้ 50 % และลดปริมาณการฉีดน้ำมันได้ 25%
    2.2 ปรับเพิ่มปริมาณการฉีดน้ำมันจาก PROGRAM หน้ากล่องได้ 50 % และลดปริมาณการฉีดน้ำมันได้ 25%
    3. สามารถยืดการตัดรอบของเครื่องยนต์เป็น 13,000 รอบ (Hold RPM)
    4. ติดตั้งได้ง่าย โดยไม่ต้องตัดต่อสาย

    Through Google Translate:
    1. Could customize the ignition is independently 0 ° - 50 ° (Ignition degree).
    2. Could tune the amount of fuel injected from the same 100% (Increase Fuel) by choosing an adjustable 2.
    2.1 to increase the fuel injection VOLUME box of 50% and a 25% reduction in fuel injection.
    Increase the amount of fuel injected 2.2 PROGRAM box 50% and 25% reduction of fuel injection.
    3. Could stretch to cut the engine is 13,000 rpm (Hold RPM).
    4. Install easily Without cutting the cable

    The CBR250 runs pretty lean, and I wouldn't mind a controller to get more fuel going in there, if I knew exactly what is was.

    Anybody knowledgeable?

    Thanks.
     
  2. btw these are vids going through the info about them in Thai. Seems you program in 3 different maps, and can choose each one then with the buttons on the unit.



     
  3. Some snapshots, in case they mean anything to anybody.

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  4. My experience of APi is do not use their products unless you live in Bangkok!! Let them install the box & let their technicians tune your bike & all will be good!! Go for it.

    If you want a user friendly tuner-box controller with English instructions & that is known worldwide then try an EJK fuel controller.
    http://www.ejkthailand.com/ I think Natty Rider imports them now, so you don't have to do the ebay & paypal thing.
     
  5. Thanks for the info.

    I do indeed live in BKK. I'll check out the EJK option, thanks.
     
  6. I received this info on another forum:

    So it seems can plug it into the bike, select 5% increase in fuel for the low, mid and high RPMs, then also a change of perhaps 2 degrees in advanced ignition, and you'd feel a difference?

    Thanks.
     
  7. Can you confirm that the adress shown on their web page is correct?
     
  8. The adress for API tech not EJK thailand
     
  9. Update: After over a year and appr. 15,000 km running the stock muffler with a core and FMF Racing packing the sound was getting louder and changed, not extremely so, but I could tell that it's time to look into it. It's still quieter than most aftermarket mufflers I've heard.
    I decided to have the muffler cut open to see how much packing blew out but the shop that did it before is now telling me they are too busy, so I have to run around a bit. The local Honda shop doesn't even have a spark plug in stock!
    Out of curiosity I pulled the plug to check the color and was surprised to see that the electrode was almost gone, only a thin spike pointed up in the center, the outsides were burned off. The bike was running fine, no power loss or anything that would have indicated a problem.
    I hope (very much so!) that most of the plug burned off when the muffler started to lose some packing during the last few hundred km.
    Now I wonder if I damaged the valves or the piston - is there any way to check that without pulling the head off?
    I changed the air filter at 12,000 km and left the screen on since it didn't make much of a difference, and I ride the bike mostly in the medium revs on the road, not close to redline and never hit the rev limiter, so I hoped the ECU would take care of the rather minor change.
    I made several trips to Phuket but didn't want to mess with it then, but now I know I should have gotten the EJK!
     

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