If Don Guhl can open up the top speed mph display,why can't woolrich?Just a matter of checking boxes...right?
Because the person behind the scenes who does all of Guhl's hacking of ECUs and writes his software for him does it differently from Woolich
ich). They both do the same thing in a limited scope: dump ECU contents, disassemble ECU dump, define tables in their respective softwares to accomplish the same thing but through different means. How one may write custom assembly code is going to vary from how another writes the custom assembly code needed to accomplish the same thing. Just as there are more than one tool to accomplish the same job, or more than two ways to say the same thing, two people will have different signatures/hand writing styles. So Guhl's software guy, Marlin Bially, "writes" differently than Woolich
's software guy, Justin Woolich
can open up the top speed display, it's called "Race Display"* in their software. Only with the "*"
, by enabling that, it disables other functions (horn, turn signals and high beam) as a byproduct. Woolich
needs another test bike for more than the short amount of time they had the first one. The first time round the owner needed the bike back and they couldn't give them the time needed to fully test/refine in the short amount of time they had the bike to develop the features people were requesting. I personally don't see what the big deal is in eliminating the speed display limit... especially since a lot of people on here, YouTube, Facebook, etc are so quick to point at the margin of error in the speedo when people brag online about how fast they went.