I haven't rode it since the ignition fried my ECU in sept, hooked it up ,hit the starter button...and problems ever since.....
$1300.00 + the purchase and labor for walt Kawasaki to determine the Dynatek & 2nd ECU are faulty....
The Dynatek ignition has cost-ed me $450.00 to purchase and has destroyed
water temp sensor $ 35.00
kill switch $30.00
$ 160.00 labor...
I have a third ECU ordered on the way...$125.00
also the TPS is Bad and needs to be replaced $130.00...when I can afford it....
That's when you tested it the second time and found an issue with it....
Well 3-strikes your DFS is going into the trash....
The testing was done by Walt's Kawasaki, where I purchased the KFX450R....
And all my testing is on the Forum ..Fuel injector Gone "Bad" - Kawasaki KFX450 Forum :: KFX450HQ.com
I'm going to get the new MSD F.I blaster when "Ready"
In regards to this reply Dynatek sent me...
Here's there reply...
Wow, the things that happen over a weekend! If our system was a faulty design, I do not believe the pre-production units would have tested good on the first bike we designed the system for.
Secondly, I find it hard to believe that there are over 100 people with our systems since May that are having problems, like yours, but not calling us.
Thirdly, your buying US and I am very happy; I wish everyone was doing that. Your system, was either built here in Glendora, California, or in Montana, which is where the production building has gone to in the last 2 months. Isn't that where you sent your system to have it tested?
Lastly, I want you to remember the point of this system, is that it is a "piggyback system". All of the power is coming from your vehicle, as we do not supply the power for it- your ignition does. The system cannot ruin the injector, as we are only reading the information, same with the TPS input. Please note that you had tested the system at least 3 times with the wrong readings because you were hooking the multi-meter incorrectly, which we pointed out to you; after which you got the reading that we were looking for-
I only had the DFS injector hooked up & got the reading on the brown/red wire 11.80v....Note: I got the same voltage from the stock connector White/Red wire..11.80v that feed the DFS ignition....
At this point, we do not know what condition your ECU was in, or which ECU you were using, as the reading for every test you did fluctuated several times in the 18 emails you have sent me. The other note is that with your incorrect testing procedures, as the pictures you sent shows, could have easily caused the problems with all the components you tested, incorrectly I might add.
With that being said, I would like to invite you to return the system so that we may find out what went wrong with the installation, the hookup, the testing of if the unit, and of course, if it still tests or works fine, as it did when we last tested the unit, we can return it to you at no cost and our test results in black and white. The same RA#, RA-16908 is still available and awaiting the return of the component we spoke about.
If I can be of further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me again.
Customer Service Manager
TF: 800.928.DYNA (3962)