Fitting a Rapid Bike fuel module is a great way of improving performance or allowing tuning for aftermarket performance accessories. Here's how to fit the EVO module.
Installing a fuel module is generally pretty straight-forward as long as you’re comfortable lifting the tank on your bike and working with the many electrical plugs that connect your bike’s wiring loom to the various sensors and systems. Most will plug right in, so all you’ll need is a limited number of tools, a good light source, the instructions, patience and a camera or phone with build in camera.
This last item will help if you’re not super familiar with where everything goes, like the various plugs/tubes under your tank. Just take a snap shop and you’ll be able to refer to your pictures when it comes time to put things back.
Likewise being organised with any nuts or bolts removed will make putting everything back really easy!
With this Rapid Bike EVO unit, from Quick Lap Performance (quicklapperformance.com.au) the instructions are really clear, with the bike specific wiring that comes with your unit having each connector marked for it’s specific plug. The instructions themselves explain where to find each plug so as to avoid any confusion and how they are numbered, for the injectors.
Disconnecting the battery is also a good idea, and you’ll be connecting the EVO unit to the negative terminal once installed.
So all up the job probably isn’t as hard as you imagined! Having done the job once I was able to strip the system out in about 30 minutes, with re-installation probably taking about the same amount of time a second time.
With everything installed start your bike up and let it warm up, checking for any error codes. You shouldn’t have any problems if you’ve done everything right, so now you can just go for a lengthy ride to give the module (if you’ve chosen the EVO) a chance to start the auto adaptivity. It’s probably worth trying to use as much of the rev range as possible for this so it’s got a good baseline!