All New ZX-14R ‘Brock Flash 2’ by Guhl Motors
Now offering the 2012 Kawasaki ZX-14R ‘Brock Flash 2’.
The same great Flash as the previous issue, but through further research and development, by both Brock Davidson and Don Guhl, improvements have been made.
- Allows Traction Control Mode to be adjusted/turned off ‘on the fly’.
- Allows the last selected Traction Control Mode to be retained after the bike is shut off, thereby eliminating the need to remember to turn it off before your next pass.
- Overrides the ‘Safety Mode’ with the flies installed. (Eliminates small peak power loss experienced from removal of the flies.)
- Allows throttle plates to fully open at 3200 RPM in High Power modes with flies installed. (Low Power modes operate normally.)
- Reduces “decel pop”. An additional internal mod was engineered to cut down on what small amount of decel pop remained after installing our PAIR cap.
- Eliminates Internal Fuel Cut for smoother open/shut throttle operation at higher RPMs.
- New modification to allow consistent selection of internal maps located in ECU.
For a more detailed description of these features, please visit this product in our online store.
Note on PCV Mapping: The previous ‘Brock Flash’ internal ECU ignition and fuel mapping remains unchanged for the ‘Brock Flash 2,’ so all of our current line-up of Power Commander PCV mapping functions perfectly, regardless if we installed your map in your PCV, or if you downloaded it yourself via our Map Support Program.
More good news! Don Guhl of Guhl Motors has agreed to upgrade all current Brock’s Performance customers who have already obtained the original ‘Brock Flash’ to the new ‘Brock Flash 2’ at NO additional charge. All you need to do is pay for shipping. Please contact Guhl Motors directly for this service. E-mail: Sales@guhlmotors.com, or call 717-618-4212.
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|ZX-14R (2012) ‘Brock Flash 2’ Test||ZX-14R (2012) ‘Brock Flash 2’ Mid Test|
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