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 Yoshimura Pimm2

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Daddio




PostSubject: Yoshimura Pimm2   Tue Mar 29, 2011 1:33 am

FYI....... I found out today that any Pimm2 will work on our WR250's as long as you get the correct wire harness and load the proper map.
Horray for me..... I happen to have a Pimm2 from a YFZR so I got a controller for less than 100 bucks.
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PostSubject: Re: Yoshimura Pimm2   Sun Aug 24, 2014 8:24 pm

As far as the proper map goes, do you have more details in terms of settings?

Or could you possibly make it available?
What gear-ratios do you run, etc., etc.?

Cheers  wink 
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Williamsb27




PostSubject: Re: Yoshimura Pimm2   Tue Aug 26, 2014 11:32 pm

Have you been able to test the Pim2 out yet? I have mine currently installed on my 08 WR250x and having a lot of trouble with it. Can't get the bike to crank over, and even took it to a shop for them to test. They plug it up to their computer and the bike runs, but when they unplug the computer from the PIM 2 the bike won't start. I bought the programmer new for my model, so kinda lost at this point.

Edit: My bike starts up with the programmer only when it's plugged into my computer. I can leave the bike running and unplug it from my computer and it will stay running. As soon as I turn it off and try to start it with no computer, it just tries to crank over and can't

Any ideas?
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