This is what the Brock Flash 2 gives you
Ninja H2 re-flash disables the following:
Decel fuel cutoff
Increased high RPM limit by 1000 RPM (same as H2R)
Aggressively modified ignition timing.
Elimination of high speed limiter (Speedo will read a max of
189 MPH/304 KPH, regardless of actual top speed)
Derestricted in all gears
Fan temperature lowered
The "throttle by wire derestricted" does refer to the fuel map which reduces the 100% fly-by-wire throttle opening above 10,000 rpm right up to the rev' limit on the stock bike. So while Don Ghul doesn't play with the fuelling he does allow the throttle bodies to follow what the twist-grip dictates.
Awesome. Thanks for the clarification/confirmation. The FTECU kit does the same thing with the difference only being the fueling. As I mentioned, the default FTECU flash file makes a slight ignition timing change down low and removes the timing retard over 10,000rpm until redline.
I like the idea of being able to buy the kit myself and fine tune the adjustments as I see fit. For me, that was the determining factor when I spent the money. I honestly don't think you can go wrong either way though. For guys that just want to 'set it and forget it' the Guhl/Brock's package is of noteworthy consideration.
It seems that with either flash, you would benefit from the PCV. Although, the FTECU flash will get you in the ballpark with fueling until you fine tune the top end because it tends to run rich. Running stock fueling with the Guhl flash+exhaust+filter, without Brock's PCV tune might not be optimal and you may risk running lean. From what I've gathered, and I could be wrong
, (maybe you or someone can chime in) the Guhl flash requires Brock's mapping whereas the FTECU can be run safely without a PCV map since it's on the rich side. However, FTECU without PCV, you are leaving about 10hp on the table which I know for certain from my dyno runs.