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  • Offline Hyper-Byker   gb

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    M1000R Re-maps
    on: August 17, 2023, 12:35:03 am
    August 17, 2023, 12:35:03 am
    I had my 2018 S1000R re-mapped in 2022 and it improved it no end. I have since been lucky enough to purchase an M1000R Performance and I regret to mention that its throttle and fuelling is as bad as what my S was. So I got in touch with the guys in Leeds (UK) who did the job on my S and they got back to me telling me that there isn't a re-map available yet because the bike is too new.
    Having read through a lot of these forums, I noticed Crowe Performance appeared quite a lot in relation to tuning. I checked out their website and discovered their business happened to be en-route home for me from work in Yorkshire going back to Norfolk. They are based in Lincolnshire and so I popped in to take a look and say hello.
    To my surprise, there was an M1000R standing in the workshop with a full Akra Ti exhaust system just been installed and going through a re-map and about to be tested on the dynamometer. So I hung a round, of course and asked a few questions.
    They are a BMW specialist and they told me that they are the first in the UK to be able to re-map the M1000R. I had initially contacted them about supply and fit of the front suspension position sensor (which opens up the use of rebound and compression adjustments in the settings menus) ad they can supply and fit them too. In fact, some of the race bikes in the shop had this device fitted.
    So if you are in the mindset to have your M1000R or any other BMW machine finely tuned, these are most certainly the guys. Very friendly and the operation is all very professional.
    Nightmare to find so I am leaving you with their What3Words location tag:
    Crowe Performance
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    Re: M1000R Re-maps
    Reply #1 on: August 17, 2023, 01:47:38 am
    August 17, 2023, 01:47:38 am
    I believe Brentune has a tune for that bike now
    But before you go for it I would look at

    Calimototv on youtube. He tuned,piped etc. The motor gave out

    Last Edit: August 17, 2023, 01:49:56 am by Gator

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    Re: M1000R Re-maps
    Reply #2 on: August 18, 2023, 06:37:44 pm
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    local to me
    Will be calling in soon

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    Re: M1000R Re-maps
    Reply #3 on: August 18, 2023, 10:22:53 pm
    August 18, 2023, 10:22:53 pm
    *Originally Posted by shoulders [+]
    local to me
    Will be calling in soon
    Some good info here

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    Re: M1000R Re-maps
    Reply #4 on: August 19, 2023, 12:58:05 am
    August 19, 2023, 12:58:05 am
    *Originally Posted by Gator [+]
    I believe Brentune has a tune for that bike now
    But before you go for it I would look at

    Calimototv on youtube. He tuned,piped etc. The motor gave out



    True
    But if I understand it correctly, he tracked it before it was even run in.
    Whatever the reason, I'm a bit gutted because I wanted to follow his progress with modificatons and stuff, as I am also an owner of this model.

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    Re: M1000R Re-maps
    Reply #5 on: November 13, 2023, 09:30:19 am
    November 13, 2023, 09:30:19 am
    *Originally Posted by Hyper-Byker [+]
    I had my 2018 S1000R re-mapped in 2022 and it improved it no end. I have since been lucky enough to purchase an M1000R Performance and I regret to mention that its throttle and fuelling is as bad as what my S was. So I got in touch with the guys in Leeds (UK) who did the job on my S and they got back to me telling me that there isn't a re-map available yet because the bike is too new.
    Having read through a lot of these forums, I noticed Crowe Performance appeared quite a lot in relation to tuning. I checked out their website and discovered their business happened to be en-route home for me from work in Yorkshire going back to Norfolk. They are based in Lincolnshire and so I popped in to take a look and say hello.
    To my surprise, there was an M1000R standing in the workshop with a full Akra Ti exhaust system just been installed and going through a re-map and about to be tested on the dynamometer. So I hung a round, of course and asked a few questions.
    They are a BMW specialist and they told me that they are the first in the UK to be able to re-map the M1000R. I had initially contacted them about supply and fit of the front suspension position sensor (which opens up the use of rebound and compression adjustments in the settings menus) ad they can supply and fit them too. In fact, some of the race bikes in the shop had this device fitted.
    So if you are in the mindset to have your M1000R or any other BMW machine finely tuned, these are most certainly the guys. Very friendly and the operation is all very professional.
    Nightmare to find so I am leaving you with their What3Words location tag:
    Crowe Performance
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    Hyper-byker,
    Did you get any further options on tune from Crowes Performance or any other tuners. Seems like ECU is locked and not many options are available.

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    Re: M1000R Re-maps
    Reply #6 on: January 03, 2024, 01:30:13 pm
    January 03, 2024, 01:30:13 pm
    Has anyone have experience of RS2E tune. Looking at the track, this seems like a strong option. Likely going to be going in this direction vs brentuning. Believe brentuning is more for straight line vs rs2e has actual track focused tune with TC, dash error eliminators etc.
    Any feedback would be helpful

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    Re: M1000R Re-maps
    Reply #7 on: January 30, 2024, 02:02:49 pm
    January 30, 2024, 02:02:49 pm
    Just pulled trigger on RS2E, getting competition version with variable throttle bodies and shift cam delete. Won't be seeing the road much. Interested to hear it.

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    Re: M1000R Re-maps
    Reply #8 on: February 03, 2024, 04:14:21 pm
    February 03, 2024, 04:14:21 pm
    *Originally Posted by AdzventureXR [+]
    Hyper-byker,
    Did you get any further options on tune from Crowes Performance or any other tuners. Seems like ECU is locked and not many options are available.

    Hi
    The answer is no.
    Also, in the meantime, I discovered that there is a well recognised tuner near me in Norwich. Track Electronics. I went to see him and told him my story so far and he said he'd get back to me but I haven't heard anything. Like Crowe, really. The Norwich outfit said they knew Crowe Performance very well and he would contact him to see what he had to say about remapping the M1000R. Nothing. Which makes me wonder how legit the remaps are at present for the M1000R. I mean. they are charging around 750 for this work which only took Crowe Performance about fifteen minutes on the bike I saw them actually work on. You'd think they'd want my money for something relatively easy as that. Unless it isn't really that easy???
    I have also discovered from the American YouTubers who have had the BrenTune is that the USA bikes are mapped differently from the factory because of their different emission laws. The European bikes are not like this (ref my first post). So if my bike has good performance curves and the throttle still feels as twitchy as it does, I won't be happy. Yet, on the other hand, not one journalist has been critical of the fuelling of the M, either, so is it just me or what? I duuno. Hope to get it solved this spring/summer.

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    Re: M1000R Re-maps
    Reply #9 on: February 04, 2024, 08:34:45 am
    February 04, 2024, 08:34:45 am
    I used Steve Jordan in Surrey to map my Gen 3 S1000R, maybe worth speaking to them, too? Not sure if it's any more convenient for you.

    http://www.stevejordanmotorcycles.co.uk/

     



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