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John Gemi's Performance Chip Install and Review Video

Gotta say, I like it!!
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post #2 of 32 Old Jun 29th, 2016, 10:43 pm
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Re: John Gemi's Performance Chip Install and Review Video

Thanks Kirk.

I agree it is a great enhancement for smoothing out the overall responsiveness. I really like how the bogging is gone at the very low end. No more having to micro-manage the throttle from a dead start. I did the Stage 5 chip on my 2006 LT.

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Nice video, Kirk. One of those chips will be on my "to do" list for next year.

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Re: John Gemi's Performance Chip Install and Review Video

I'm glad to see he has a chip that works on a 2000 LT. I bought a stage 5 chip from John 18 months ago & the bike wouldn't start. The fans came on as soon as the key was turned on. He told me at the time I needed a newer style ECM.

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Re: John Gemi's Performance Chip Install and Review Video

Any other members here have experience of this chip on a 1999/2000 model?

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Re: John Gemi's Performance Chip Install and Review Video

I have and posted this in another thread.
Re: John's Performance chip anyone?
Well, after last falls project became this springs project and now that summer is here, I can report that I like it! Much smoother more power across the board,,, and if I can believe the on-board computer, better MPG! I have a K&N and a Remus. I think he sold me a stage 3 chip. I just told him what I had and he sold me what I needed.
The only thing I've noticed, and I don't know if it has any thing to do with the chip, is the engine doesn't rev up when I use reverse. Reverse still works. Just on increase in RPMs.
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I just received my stage 6 chip today for the 2001. I won't be able to test it until I get the bike back together but I will let you know what happens.
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Okay, so the chip was harder to put in than expected. The prongs on the chip were spread out further than the holes on the board. Has anyone else had trouble with these and, after it was installed, did anyone else experience any difficulties?

Just checking...thanks!
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Okay, so the chip was harder to put in than expected. The prongs on the chip were spread out further than the holes on the board. Has anyone else had trouble with these and, after it was installed, did anyone else experience any difficulties?

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That is why they make DIP insertion tools.



However, generally you can press each row of pins against a flat conductive surface and gently bend them in a little. It is good to let there be some pressure outward in the socket so don't bend the leads in too far.
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The pins on new chips are flared and are installed easiest with a chip installation tool. The tool forces the pins together to the correct width and you align the pins with the socket and seat the chip pins all at the same time using the tool. Works really slick if you have the tool and I haven't seen one for many years. Without the tool the best way is start one row of pins and flex that row until the other row starts into the opposing holes then carefully push the chip into place while not getting one side ahead of the other. If you fold over a pin your chances of getting it straight again aren't very good. The tool may still be available from Allied Electronics or some other electronics supply.
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I got the pins inserted but I am just concerned about putting the tank back on and then finding out the chip is a bust. I will be saying a small prayer before firing it back up.
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I got the pins inserted but I am just concerned about putting the tank back on and then finding out the chip is a bust. I will be saying a small prayer before firing it back up.
If you got each pin into the socket and didn't touch the pins with your fingers, you should be fine.

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What do you mean dont touch the pins? Looks like Kirk does in the video

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I am quite sure Kirk is not an EE or electronics tech. He demonstrated a very bad practice. If you are in low humidity conditions and have any static on you from walking across carpet, sliding out of a cloth car seat, removing a jacket, etc., you can easily kill an IC by discharging into its leads.

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The only thing I've noticed is when I use reverse, the engine does not rev up. also sometimes the idle speed is a little low.
By the way what controls idle speed?

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The only thing I've noticed is when I use reverse, the engine does not rev up. also sometimes the idle speed is a little low.
By the way what controls idle speed?
I'm certainly not the expert, but I'm assuming that the idle speed is controlled by the Motronic ECU (normally & reverse high idle). Your LT is a 2001? Were you able to use the new chip in the existing ECU, or did you have to use a different one?
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Yes, my bike is a 2001. It has been a long time since I ordered mine, but I think I had to provide him with the ECU number, along with any modification I had done on the bike.
I had the bike down all winter, and I'm wondering if it's something I did, or the chip is doing.

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Need to open mine up and see if I already have a chip, mine has none of the hot weather issues, or the torque flatness people talk about.
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Here is why: http://m.electronicdesign.com/power/...ductor-devices

The worst part is the chip may not be killed, but simply weakened such that it fails early during its life or starts behaving erratically which is a real pain to troubleshoot later.

When changing chips I use a static mat and wrist strap if possible. Otherwise, I at least touch a grounded surface with both hands to discharge static. I then try to place one hand on a grounded part of the circuit board and insert the chip with the other hand taking care to touch only the plastic chip package and not the metal leads.

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YES!!
You can actually Blow stuff Up with electrostatic discharge!
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Yes, my bike is a 2001. It has been a long time since I ordered mine, but I think I had to provide him with the ECU number, along with any modification I had done on the bike.
I had the bike down all winter, and I'm wondering if it's something I did, or the chip is doing.
The reason I ask, is the only BMW that I know of that has reverse is the K1200LT. So, if you used a different ECU (from a GT or RS for example) perhaps the fast idle circuit is just not there. However, I don't believe that to be the cause in your case.
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That is why they make DIP insertion tools.



However, generally you can press each row of pins against a flat conductive surface and gently bend them in a little. It is good to let there be some pressure outward in the socket so don't bend the leads in too far.
What DIP tool do you recommend for this chip?
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I bought a cheap one from Radio Shack when I was in college. It is something like this. Just need to find one for the package size of the chip.

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Is the one you posted on ebay the correct design?

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Is the one you posted on ebay the correct design?

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Basic design, yes, but chip size (pin count) I don't know as I didn't try to count the pins in Kirk's video. Why are you looking for a tool? You can insert it by hand if you are careful.

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Basic design, yes, but chip size (pin count) I don't know as I didn't try to count the pins in Kirk's video. Why are you looking for a tool? You can insert it by hand if you are careful.
Because you said "That is why they make DIP insertion tools."
So, I thought I would get one. I have a chip coming.

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Because you said "That is why they make DIP insertion tools."
So, I thought I would get one. I have a chip coming.

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This guy doesn't use the most careful technique, but he does show how to use a flat surface to bend the pins inward to align them with the socket. And he does use a static wrist band at least, but he still should try to avoid touching the pins.


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Somewhat careless technique, but shows how to use insertion tool. I lay the chip on its back on the conductive foil it ships in. I then pick it up by the ends avoiding touching the pins. I then push it into the insertion tool without touching the pins. Then insert it into the socket and use the button on the tool to push the tool off of the chip.

If you don't touch the pins, no need for wrist band, but always touch your hands and the tool to a grounded surface. However, a wrist strap is cheap insurance.


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I was kinda hoping that Kirk would chime back in.
Reverse working ok?
What bike did your replacement ECU (7 672 655) come from?


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Quick add to this thread. I just recently had the Stage 8 chip installed in my 05 and notice a significant increase in responsiveness. I can easily feel more zip while accelerating and my gas mileage seems to have increased by a bit. That chip was a very well-spent $100.

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Quick add to this thread. I just recently had the Stage 8 chip installed in my 05 and notice a significant increase in responsiveness. I can easily feel more zip while accelerating and my gas mileage seems to have increased by a bit. That chip was a very well-spent $100.
I agree. I have the stage 6 in my 01 and I do like what it does. My trip computer actually hit over 50mpg for awhile and it has never done that. Power is smooth and more even through acceleration. On my chip, I do get a throttle increase when engaging reverse. Some have reported that it did not raise the RPM when reversing. I am not experiencing that.
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I have a 2003 k1200LT 15,000 Miles, John sent me 2 chips because there is (per John) a split between the older version and the newer version that comes in 2003. My computer number is 7 659 048. The 2003-2005 Chip did not work for mine, it ran very rough for my brief test. The second test I installed the 2001-2003. I can tell you there was an immediate difference for the better from stock... it ran substantially smoother on initial start. I bought the bike with 2000 Miles on it... it never ran this smooth. I did then change the plugs that did not look like they needed it, but since I was in there, I did it anyways. Bike seems to have lost the stammer at initial roll, accelerates better then it has in the past. I dont see a Top end difference which reinforces Kirk Johnson's take on it and the reason I bought the chips, (Thanks to Kirk for all his Videos and support of the K Bike riders everywhere). I am betting this will be the best money I have spent on this bike so far.
I have yet to polish off first tank of gas since install... will confirm gas mileage from there. Thanks John!
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