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Need some help guys, is the ECU or engine different on the Corse SE model vs the regular EVO model? I got a great deal on a Termignoni slip-on kit with the race ECU but it says its for the Corse SE model. Everything I'm reading says the engines and mapping are identical but if thats true why would Termignoni make a kit for the Corse and one for the EVO? The EVO kit wasnt available which is why I bought the Corse one. The only thing I could think of was that the Corse has a quickshifter ... would that mean the engine is mapped differently? I just want to make sure there wont be a problem installing the "Corse" kit ECU into my EVO. Thanks for any help!
 

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Still fairly new myself, but my understanding after asking similar questions is that the Corse ECU is set for quick shift and traction control...without those, your bike will be looking for things that are not there and throw a CEL (Check Engine Light). An option that you have would be to have that ECU flashed...should cost around $300.
 

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Rob is correct. The Corse has a few items that the regular EVO doesn't. There's a few Duc shops that will flash you existing ECU to Termi slip-on specs.
 

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Thanks! My next question is this, would running just the slip-ons with the stock ECU be acceptable for a little while until I had the ECU flashed? Ive read the "correct" answer is you should always remap the ecu when installing slip-ons but then I've read even more posts where guys install just the slip-ons with absolutely no issue whatsoever. I did have a pair of Leo Vince slip-ons on the back for awhile and noticed nothing unusual .... shouldnt be much difference installing Termi's on would you think? Thanks again!
 

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Yes, you can run just the slips without the ECU...most slips do not come with one. To the best of my knowledge (again from having similar questions...thanks Pat and Will for helping me out) the ECU will just disable the exhaust servo and make a few other minor changes, but you will be fine until you can get it flashed.

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Thanks! My next question is this, would running just the slip-ons with the stock ECU be acceptable for a little while until I had the ECU flashed? Ive read the "correct" answer is you should always remap the ecu when installing slip-ons but then I've read even more posts where guys install just the slip-ons with absolutely no issue whatsoever. I did have a pair of Leo Vince slip-ons on the back for awhile and noticed nothing unusual .... shouldnt be much difference installing Termi's on would you think? Thanks again!
Slip-ons don't really require anything aside from putting them on but you can gain a bit by going to the Termi ECU flash. You'll be fine running it until you can get the ECU flashed.

I've run Termi slip-ons with my regular ECU for 3 seasons now. Fuel/air ratio is fine.
 

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You are changing the air flow. The computer should adjust for this but like all computers sometime you need a reboot.

I ran my a/r mod about 5000 miles before I got around to resting the tps. You can't do much else with the stock ecu. I really didn't notice a difference.
 
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