2020 Husqvarna FE350: Mapping Mods

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How do you make the biggest improvements to your four-stroke’s power delivery? Is it by fitting an aftermarket exhaust, getting engine work done, or by modifying the ECU’s mapping? Well, it turns out, getting your stock ECU re-tuned to suit your country’s fuel is the best bang-for-buck option available. We caught up with KTM Group Technical Service Manager, Rob Twerwould, to get the lowdown on how it works and where you can get it done yourself. Plus, find out what technology is in the pipeline for future Husqvarna and KTM enduro four-bangers.

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