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Yamaha YZF-R1M 2015-2017

Yamaha YZF-R1M 2015-2017

SKU:TLS-BA4.1-R1-ECU

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TLS-BA4.1-R1-ECU

Yamaha Blip Assist ECU for R1 models 2015 to 2017. Plug&Play ECU. (includes ECU and pit lane warm up button assembly only, will need a TLS-iS4-DCS or TLS-QSXi-YK-DCS system installed as well)

This new state-of-the-art Throttle Blipper system or Down Shifter is designed to compliment Translogic's Intellishift DCS systems and Powershift systems. The Blip Assist ECU interfaces with the engines electronic throttle body connectors via the plug&play connectors. During down shifts either Translogic's DCS sensor or Powershifter ECU sends a signal to the Blip Assist ECU which then performs a controlled throttle blip depending on riding conditions at the time of the down shift.

The exciting NEW pit lane warm up feature incorporated into these state-of-the-art throttle blipper systems is activated by an anodised billet aluminium handle bar mounted bracket encapsulating a single sealed tactile button featuring gold plated contacts for precise operation.

Fully adjustable and adaptive. The strength/duration of the throttle blip can be adjusted using Translogic's Pro-Tuner-Mode (No PC is necessary). The sensor trigger force can be adjusted too as well as the intensity of the blip itself in 5 different RPM bands. There are default settings within the Blip Assist ECU thanks to the hundreds of hours of real world testing carried out by Translogic Systems and it's professional partners giving you a great head start when first experiencing this new technology.

Installation

The stand alone Blip Assist ECU module requires either an Intellishift DCS Quickshifter system, the new TLS-QSXi or Powershifter PSR-PRO system to operate, it cannot operate without these components. Once installed under the riders or pillion seat the plug & play Throttle Positional Sensor connectors are pugged in. Then it's off to the Dyno to check the default `blip' settings and make any necessary adjustments.

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