Honda CBR650F / CB650F MAIL IN ECU FLASHING SERVICE (14-18)
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***This information is VERY important, please follow ALL instructions according to my EXACT specifications. Do not substitute anything without first contacting me. Failure to do so will VOID your guarantee and Lifetime flashing licensing with Sport bike depot ***
- Wrap your ECU in bubble wrap and
- Put the bubble wrapped ECU inside an envelope
- Put that envelope inside a box
- INSURE IT for the amount below:
Japanese Sportbikes - $800.00 - $1000.00, EU/AU bikes - $1100.00 - $1500.00
When we receive your ECU, I will contact you via the listed information to CONFIRM all specifications. I will ask about the type of riding you do, where you live. I need you to help me build the story of the type of rider you are- so I can tell your ECU to respond exactly how YOU want it!
IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE THE USA
PLEASE CONTACT ME TO DISCUSS THE BEST SHIPPING OPTIONS. I WILL NOT COVER BROKERAGE FEES OR IMPORT FEES. WE HAVE A PARTNERED LOGISTICS EXPERT WE WORK WITH.
Emissions Notice to Customers in California California regulates motorcycle aftermarket parts that have the potential to impact emissions. In most cases, the sale and use of emissions related aftermarket parts on motorcycles is prohibited unless it is either a "replacement part" as defined by California, or is a specifically authorized use of that part as reflected in an Executive Order ("EO Part.")
The California Air Resources Board (ARB) regulates aftermarket parts and has promulgated regulations that essentially place all emissions related aftermarket parts into three categories:
1.) Replacement Parts Replacement Parts are aftermarket parts that ARB considers to be functionally equivalent to the stock part they are intended to replace, and therefore would not impact the emissions from these vehicles. These parts are appropriate for sale and use on motorcycles used on or off the public highways. For aftermarket exhaust systems and parts, there are two applicable scenarios:
- If the motorcycle's stock exhaust system does not contain a catalytic converter, then an aftermarket exhaust part is a replacement part as long as the part does not remove or replace any emission control equipment originally attached to the stock exhaust system, such as oxygen sensors.
- If the motorcycle's stock exhaust system contains a catalytic converter in the manifold section of the stock exhaust system, then an aftermarket muffler positioned downstream from the catalytic converter (i.e. cat-back) is a replacement part as long as the part does not remove or replace any emission control equipment originally attached to the stock exhaust system.
2.) Executive Order Parts Executive Order Parts are aftermarket parts that ARB has evaluated and determined do not adversely impact emissions, and thereby are granted an Executive Order (EO), which allows the part to be sold and used on specified motorcycles. Any aftermarket exhaust system that replaces or otherwise impacts emission control equipment, including catalytic converters, requires an EO to be sold and used on a motorcycle used on or off a public highway.
3.) Competition Use Only Parts Competition Use Only Parts may not be sold or used on a motorcycle that is used on or off the public highways other than those motorcycles used exclusively for competition. Competition Use Only Parts are aftermarket parts that replace or otherwise interfere with the operation of an emission control device, such as a catalytic converter or oxygen sensor, and may be sold and used on a motorcycle that is used only for closed course competition. More information can be found by accessing the Motorcycle Industry Council California Aftermarket Exhaust FAQ.
**ECU flashes are intended for bikes used off road or in closed course competition only. The changes made could be considering tampering with emissions control and may not comply with local EPA laws. Sport bike depot Performance accepts no responsibility when used on public roads.
**These products are legal in California for racing vehicles only, which may never be used, registered or licensed for use upon a highway. Please refer to California's CARB laws for more detailed information and exceptions.