1. So much easier than changes jets
My first ever ecu tune! What a change from swapping jets and turning mixture screws just earlier this year.
Model specific instructions are scanty, Almost expects you to have some electrical/programming expertise coming in.
Removing the pins from the bike harness ecu connector was tricky. Broke the locking mechanism on one pin. Not the worst thing in the world but not ideal. My suggestion is to look here.
Don't force anything. Lifting the locking tab takes only a minimal amount of force. Then the pin just slides out from the back. If the pin isn't sliding out easily, you aren't lifting correctly.
Programming allows you access to the fuel and timing maps, secondary throttle, even damper settings. The programming lets you load several maps and compare them. It's a very powerful tool. As such, it's not apple ipad easy, but not the worst thing in the world.
Writing to the ecu again was tricky as again there are no specific model instructions. Figuring out exactly when to turn on the ignition and when to hit the write button took a couple tries. They could have cleaned this up a little for sure. Total initial write took about 3-4 minutes. Subsequent writes if you change a couple things only much less.
FTECU has a generic "unrestricted" map for this bike available for download, but most of the support appears to be for Yamaha.
Also, you can disable exhaust valve, o2 sensor, immobilizer, pair valve and disable the error codes when you uninstall and disconnect the hard parts.
There is a quickshifter add on option that is WELL WORTH the price of admission in my opinion. (around $240)
The GSXR750 model does NOT offer auto blipping downshifting at this time. Again, only for Yamaha.