Thank-you! But, you said that you had to reflash it for the Z125 before you could start it:
1. HOW did you do that?
2. If you had to load a file, where did you GET the file to load?
3. Is your Z125 stock other than the Aracer ECU?
When I got the Mini5, it was flashed to a different bike. All I had to do to reflash it was to go into the app on my phone, make sure it was connected to the BT module, had an internet connection, select the Z125 flash, and wait for it to download to the ECU (All wirelessly). One thing that they don't tell you is when it reaches 100% to turn off the power to your bike and wait 30 seconds before turning it back on. The flash took about 10 min to complete. That was it. I was actually surprised how easy it was.
Please describe the procedure of retrofitting the Aracer ECU to a Z125 in painstaking detail for people like myself who are potatoes when it comes to this sort of thing. I will buy you a beer if I ever meet you in person. Thanks.
Remove two screws for the ECU mount from under the tail of the bike. Unplug and remove old ecu. Mount and plug in the mini5. Plug in the BT module and your good to go. Its super easy. Again I was surprised at how easy it was. If you get the AFR module as I did you will also need the multi-connector cable that comes separately to plug in the BT and the AFR module. This will also leave two open connectors (if I remember correctly) that you can plug in the aracer AFR gauge to or any other aracer product.
From what I understand, the ARacer unit is plug and play just like the Hoedar. The interface and ease of use is what sets it apart from Hoedar.
I dont know much about the Hoedar but, you will find that there are some odd things that come from the translation from Japanese not being perfect with the Mini5 but nothing that with throw you off too much. Like I said in my first post I'm a newbie and I was able to get through it with fantastic results. So, I think anyone else can.
One other thing that I didn't mention that I thought was cool is that all the parameters can be changed in real time. I have my iPhone mounted to my handlebars so I can change everything and see all the live data on my phone right there as I ride and make changes as needed or start recording data while I ride (I know this is not the safest thing to do).
If you got the money, Get the Mini5. One of the guys in the local group told me not to get the Bazzaz and wait for the mini5 to come out.....
Does anyone want a lightly used Bazzaz with the AFR module for cheap? It has been recently tested and blessed off by bazzaz (have invoices for proof).
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