Join Date: May 2018
Location: Chicago Area Illinois
Year/Make/Model: 1995 Honda Nighthawk, 2013 Suzuki C50T, 2018 Kawasaki Vulcan Voyager ABS.
Displacement/CC's: 750, 805, 1700
Color: Red, Black/Maroon, Candy Cardinal Red/ Metallic Graystone
**UPDATE** I Just got my ECU back today, followed the re-install instructions and took the bike out for the test run.
I am super happy with the results!! She is a totally different bike now. It was not just a re-install and turn the key. Depending on whether you already had a fuel tuner on your bike or if it was stock, there are a couple final steps.
Mine is a bone stock 2018 Voyager 1700 ABS.
Here is how it went for me.........
I replaced the ECU, then (because I took it off before removing the ECU) re-connected the Negative Battery Cable.
Then I started the bike.
As the instructions stated, there was an error code (ERROR 98) on the dash, along with zero response when I twisted the throttle.
I let it sit and idle for about 30 seconds, then turned the key off.
For me the only extra step was, I had to remove both pieces of the right side cover, (to get to the O2-sensor plug) and disconnected the O2-sensor, as the instructions told me to do.
Then all I had to do is (once again) disconnect the negative battery cable for 5 seconds, and then reconnect it.
Hope this helps