It is OTBs VIP (Velocity Intake Plate)
The guys at OTB were nice enough to send me one to do testing on the dyno showing both before and afters (slapping it on and tuning for it) of both the red race filter and green street filter. Additionally, I will be doing live data logging and tuning of the setup at speed in attempt to show how much of a difference this filter will make at speed with the bike moving as opposed to sitting stationary on the rollers.
In other news, my spare ECU has arrived. I have cut it open, dissected it, identified the chipset and am now in the final stages of cleaning the rest of the board off. Hopefully this all pans out as these little bikes really benefit from some added timing. So being able to do all of the fueling, timing and everything else we can control through the ECU (limiter, disable closed loop O2 system, etc) will eliminate the need for any piggyback fuel controllers. If the wiring harness checks out, we may even be able to use our data logger and auto tuner setups!
Due to the chipset they used, flashing the ECU on this bike may be a bit of a pain in the ***. BUT, not going to give up hope. As soon as I get the rest of the board cleaned off and completely stripped I will be able to start poking and prodding the board to see what they did with the pins and if we'll be able to update the ECU directly through the plugs (or even through the bike harness without having to remove the ECU). Keep your fingers crossed!
I should have dyno and real world tuning results of the VIP here next week (track weekend this weekend!). Anyways for those not familiar with the VIP, here is their testing video.