Ok guys, so here are the ECU limiter maps I said I would post up earlier.
These are STOCK ECU maps just as the bike comes from Suzuki, I have not modified them at all.
Again I am not trying to argue or convince anyone of anything. I am simply posting this information up and you can do with it and believe as much or as little or none of it if you like.
So in the attachments below you will see the STP maps and RPM & Top Speed Limiter for the 2006 - 2008 M109R (USA version) that have ECU model number ending in G10.
You can see that Neutral has its own set of STP maps, 1st - 3rd gear have a combined set of STP maps and 4th & 5 Gear have a combined set of STP maps.
You can plainly see that at 5850 RPM in 4th or 5th Gear the Secondary Throttle plates are going to close way down to 35% and at 6000 RPM they are going to close down to 20%.
When this happens its going to instantly send the bike into a very rich state and cut your HP big time.
I cannot see how a TRE is going to get you around this on these earlier model bikes. The TRE is supposedly tricking the ECU into thinking the bike is in 4th gear at all times......well in 4th gear these ECU STP maps are going to slam the Secondary's shut at 5850 RPM greater.
Also you can see that the RPM limiter from Suzuki is set at 7200 RPM. (But you would be hard pressed to ever hit that RPM at all with your Secondary's closing down well before then)
Lifting the top speed limiter on the bike is simply unchecking the box you see. (Although I can tell you I have run these bikes with the box checked and unchecked and see little to no difference all. Fixing the STP maps and raising the RPM limiter is where you get the bang for your buck as far a lifting restrictions on the bike goes)
In my next post I will show the difference in the newer generation M109R ECU maps which will show how the TRE does get you around the STP Restrictions on the newer models.