MSE_Kawasaki ZX10RR Sbk_B is an updated version of the Sbk_A, and includes several news. Firstly the Anti Wheelie strategy that is new and includes a height and a pitch estimation; the strategy is completely separated from the Traction Control system. This is a step forward from all previous softwares for MoTeC ecu, where Traction Control system was often used even for the Antiwheelie and the power reduction was a compromise of both ones. Another very nice feature is the 4 cylinder Closed Loop Lambda, with indipendent target for each cylinder. Traction control uses a true wheel slip % measurement, and an imroved schedule calculation which results into better rider feeling. All of this previous features have generated a really nice rider comment and an improved lap time. “The bike is easier to control and there is much more time to be focused on the riding line, the antiwheelie and traction control strategies works really well”
The Antiwheelie strategy can be tuned on sectors and on level of control.
Traction Control has a unique set of aim table that allows the user to be very accurate on the tuning while mantaining a user friendly interface.
The Security includes 4 different users: GUEST for basic use, USER for normal use, TUNER for normal setup, and SUPER USER for full system access. All of them include separate logging system, that allows data to be downloaded at the right moment. This advanced security management is enforced into the ecu processor and it is very solid: the vehicle can be used while the knowhow (tuning maps of the ecu) is secured and can be manipulated only from the users with the correct access.
Below you can see a comparison of Sbk_A and B.
|FEATURE||MSE_Kawasaki ZX10RR_Superbike_A||MSE_Kawasaki ZX10RR_Superbike_B|
|Efficiency+ Manifold||Efficiency+ Manifold|
|Fuel||6 Table x gear||6 Table x gear|
|Cyl Trim||Cyl Trim|
|Fuel Closed Loop||1 Closed loop 2 bank||4 Cyl Closed Loop with indip Aim|
|Fuel Cutoff||Cyl Trim based on Overrun state||Cyl Trim based on Overrun state|
|Autocorner Recognition||9 sector accel + 9 sector braking||9 sector accel + 9 sector braking|
|EBC||Open + closed loop table +trim, speed based||Open + closed loop table+ trim, Slip% based, Engine Speed vs Gear 21×6|
|10 table 21bk, per gear on sector selection||10 table 21bk, per gear on sector selection|
|DBW Management||10 Transl + 9 sector selection x gear||10 Transl + 9 sector selection x gear|
|Ignition Management||6 Table x Gear+ Cyl Trim Table||6 Table x Gear+ Cyl Trim Table|
|Cyl Trim 26×26||Cyl Trim 26×26|
|Traction Control||2 Aim Slip table, %based||2 Aim Slip table, %based|
|Comp:Slit Grip, Split Grip Est,Split lean,Ax,Trim||Comp:Slit Grip, Split Grip Est,Split lean,Ax,Trim|
|Advanced PID control||Advanced PID control, Improved schedule|
|Improved schedule||Improved schedule, separated from Anti wheelie|
|Anti Wheelie||Suspension position entry based, TC integrated||Fcalc and IMU based|
|Wheelie gain calibration table||Torque red based, split adjustable|
|21xgear||9 Split x gear,Target on Lean and Split|
|Wheel Speed||Hardware or can, 2 Lean circumference table||Hardware or can, 2 Lean circumference table|
|Wheel speed filter, improved schedule||Wheel speed filter, improved schedule|
|Wheel Speed No Roll||Wheel Speed No Roll|
|IMU||MSE E Lean||MSE E Lean advanced version + diagnostic and free orientation|
|IMU advanced signal processing|
|ENGINE DYNO TORQUE MAP||Engine Torque table 28×28||Engine Torque table 28×28 Aw integrated|
|TESTING||Primary, secondary fuel and ign test||Primary, secondary fuel and ign test|
|RPM can and full simulation available|
|Wheel Speed Dyno|
|SECURITY||Guest+ Tuner+Super User. |
Logging slot for each user.
|Guest+User+Tuner+Super User. |
Logging slot for each user.
Scaled channel and parameter based on user level
Below you can also find an example of the Antiwheelie strategy, exiting from last corner of Misano Circuit. It is clear how the system controls the engine power and lets the rider keep the grip at 100% while the dynamics of the bike is fully under control. This allows the rider to concentrate more on the track line, which at the end will result in a faster laptime.