Welcome back - please login below. New here? It's quick & easy to register!

Register Log in
  • This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn more.

Removing LAMS on 2017 CBR650F ABS

gunmetalgrey

2017
CBR ABS
Messages
4
Likes
2
Thread starter #1
Hey.. has anyone been through this exercise - (anyone from Adelaide even?) - I'm looking for the best garage to get referred to to perform the upgrade. It's best to upgrade the exhaust first before installing a new ECU apparently - anyone got any experience with this?
 

Stik113

2018
CBR ABS
Messages
4
Likes
2
#2
Hey mate... I am sending my ECU away next week to this place (see below link). Spoke with them and they have managed to get the USA version of the ECU map which produces about 87HP instead of the LAMS AU 47hp. ECU will be posted back with O2 sensor eliminator and increased diameter intake funnels... Pretty keen to see how it performs afterwards as the LAMS AU tune is pretty shit...
You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.
 
Last edited:

gunmetalgrey

2017
CBR ABS
Messages
4
Likes
2
Thread starter #3
Cheer for the reply. I rekon I'll do the same thing. When you get the ECU back and get it installed, can you post up how it went and how the bike feels after? I was toying with the idea with upgrading the exhaust before the tune but it seems easier to just go for the US tune if it's another 40HP with a stock exhaust and just get used to that for a while.
 

Stik113

2018
CBR ABS
Messages
4
Likes
2
#4
Will do... I've read heaps of forums about exhaust upgrades and power commanders etc. but if the stock US version is good for 87hp I'll be happy with that for the moment. And to be honest the stock exhaust tucked under the frame, to me anyway, looks ok and most of the after market exhaust systems look a bit shit.
 

gunmetalgrey

2017
CBR ABS
Messages
4
Likes
2
Thread starter #5
Yeah I agree - the stock exhaust looks good - apart from the tip but I'd rather my bike looks and sounds stock anyway if I'm going to change the ECU to keep it stealth and attract 'their' attention. Also - the guy from motorcycleworkshop said that you will only get a 2hp increase and the only real noticible difference is noise - the Acropovic system is what they stock for a CBR650F and that comes at $1,495.00. Not really worth it for 2hp.
 

Stik113

2018
CBR ABS
Messages
4
Likes
2
#6
Agreed! $1500 on some noise is pretty senseless. I saw on YouTube someone removed the muffler, cut of the skinny exhaust tip and refitted a larger tip. looked ok. Local muffler shop could probably help for less than a couple hundred $$. but trying to get the larger tip to line up with the outer cowl cover would be tricky... How about I'll go guinea pig on the ECU if you go guinea on chopping the muffler box... lol




1532495665947.png
 
Last edited:

gunmetalgrey

2017
CBR ABS
Messages
4
Likes
2
Thread starter #7
Actually - that's a bloody good solution to get a more throaty exhaust sound, I might see if any of the local shops would take on that task (in 2 months when I get off my R-Date).
 

Splint

2017
CBR ABS
Messages
9
Likes
1
#8
Hey mate... I am sending my ECU away next week to this place (see below link). Spoke with them and they have managed to get the USA version of the ECU map which produces about 87HP instead of the LAMS AU 47hp. ECU will be posted back with O2 sensor eliminator and increased diameter intake funnels... Pretty keen to see how it performs afterwards as the LAMS AU tune is pretty shit...
You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.
+1 Was thinking of doing this exact same thing, though I can't get mine done until another 4-5 weeks. Pls let us know how it turns out.
Cheers.
 

TingTong

2017
CBR ABS
Messages
2
Likes
0
#10
Hey mate... I am sending my ECU away next week to this place (see below link). Spoke with them and they have managed to get the USA version of the ECU map which produces about 87HP instead of the LAMS AU 47hp. ECU will be posted back with O2 sensor eliminator and increased diameter intake funnels... Pretty keen to see how it performs afterwards as the LAMS AU tune is pretty shit...
You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.
How did the upgrade work out?
 

Splint

2017
CBR ABS
Messages
9
Likes
1
#11
How did the upgrade work out?
He hasn't replied back to me either, but I did talk to dynotune and he reflashes the ECU with his own map. Not some USA version as he said they were crap for Aussie fuel type and conditions. Also according to some "Woolich racing" are supposed to get a reflash for this bike in the next 100 years or so... Lol . I think it'd be best to go with Dynotune imo
 

Splint

2017
CBR ABS
Messages
9
Likes
1
#12
He hasn't replied back to me either, but I did talk to dynotune and he reflashes the ECU with his own map. Not some USA version as he said they were crap for Aussie fuel type and conditions. Also according to some "Woolich racing" are supposed to get a reflash for this bike in the next 100 years or so... Lol . I think it'd be best to go with Dynotune imo
Not dynotune but dynobike. Sorry
 
Messages
24
Likes
14
#14
Could you not just bore out the stock intake funnels, install a PCV and have it dynotuned? This would also let you convert it back by replacing the funnels. I saw they wanted $700 to flash the ecu. A 2nd hand pcv and dynotune can be had for that
 

bishop

2014
CBR
Messages
147
Likes
93
#15
Hey mate... I am sending my ECU away next week to this place (see below link). Spoke with them and they have managed to get the USA version of the ECU map which produces about 87HP instead of the LAMS AU 47hp. ECU will be posted back with O2 sensor eliminator and increased diameter intake funnels... Pretty keen to see how it performs afterwards as the LAMS AU tune is pretty shit...
You do not have permission to view link Log in or register now.
The link you posted has the 2014-2016 Intake funnels which is NOT for your bike. The 2017+ bikes have shorter ones and a different part number.
 
Last edited:

bishop

2014
CBR
Messages
147
Likes
93
#16
The correct intake funnels for CBR650F and CB650F 2017-2018 is part# 17225-MJE-DB0, you will need 2 of them.

Your link shows 17226-MJE-D00 which is INCORRECT.

The newer ones allow the bike to rev faster, help with top speed.
Older ones give better low end torque and revs slower.
The difference MAYBE is just a little. So don't panic if you get the older ones.
Depending how you ride, up to you to decided which intake funnel you want to go with.
 
Last edited:

Stik113

2018
CBR ABS
Messages
4
Likes
2
#17
hey sorry all. been away and haven't been on here and haven't had a chance to get someone to get the ECU out the bike and sent away yet. cheers for the headsup on the intakes. I'll hopefully get this down to Dynobike asap and drop an update.