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How does the Woolich software and Log box compare to the other options?

Brock / Guhl ECU

PCV and Autotune

... any others?
 

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Woolich

Based on the lack of feedback, i guess Woolich is not the best option for this bike.
I just purchased the Woolich system for my H2R. It is being installed this week. I purchased it on the advise of my tuner in the area. He has been deeply involved with the developer and indicated to me that its value is unparalleled for the H2R. I will followup once I have the installation and set up completed.
 

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I run Woolich without logbox on my H2. It works fantastically and install is effortless compared to swapping out the ECU, plus being able to update it on the fly is great.
 

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Good news. My tuner is going to use the Woolich stuff too to unleash the beast >:D
 

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How does the Woolich software and Log box compare to the other options?

Brock / Guhl ECU

PCV and Autotune

... any others?
I would say it's not comparable. Woolich is DIY and the other option is install and go. So it's up to you to decide what you want to do. Do you like spending time to make small adjustment to tune your bike and have full control over it? Go with woolich
if you want to just have fun and ride, go with Brock's. It will most likely give you a better tune and a better handling bike with regards to his knowledge.

I love the idea of being able to do it myself, if i want to change anything with the intake, exhaust or whatnot, i can make all necessary changes to fueling myself. It takes time but for me it's a part of my interest in bikes.
 

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Thanks for the feedback!

I have the Woolich on my 2016 zx10r and PCV with Autotune on my BMW s1000rr.

I do like the flexibility of being able to flash myself, but the Woolich can not adjust while riding, unlike the Autotune.
 

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But the woolich has the logging option so you can view and make a decision on just what you autotune and what you dont,
Say for example you have upgraded gears etc, run hard and start leaning out from fuel supply not tuneup related causes, i think your more likely to see that on a log

I have the Woolich and fitting now , used it a lot before on Suzukis and my old turbo zx14
 

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Is it possible to take the Woolich from one bike and install it on another bike, then use Mapshare for the new bin file?
 
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