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    De Potting a ECM

    Hey Everyone, just wondering if anyone has experience of de potting and extracting the innards of a ECM. The ECM on my Uly developed an intermittant fault of losing power to the fuel pump and it looks like it's a dry joint at the back of the plugs. Anything I should know before I start tinkering?????. I have a new unit so this is for a spare. Cheers, Stu

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    Senior Member Cooter's Avatar
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    I would download and save its program first. Then throw it away and buy a new one:
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Buell-n0306...ty!90245!US!-1

    I get it though, if you just want to mess around I used the oven for even heat and checked the epoxy often. It was a slow painful annoying process, but once the wife said I could use the oven, the ECM thing was a failure too. Good luck man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mito View Post
    I have a new unit so this is for a spare. Cheers, Stu

    Umm, Cooter, you missed the last line.

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    Cheers, Cooter, I got a near new unit off ebay at a good price so my old one is just a play around unit. Keen to get more experience with the electronic side of Buells. Stu

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    Na, I read you had another ECM.
    It's just an empty box unless the program is right for your bike. Just making sure you keep the software that works in case the hardware monkeying goes south



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