GT-Rx 5AM/7SM Reflash Tool

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)



Let your bike breathe for the track. Race Only 5AM ECU flashes for modern Guzzi; Bellagio, Breva 1100, Norge/8V, 1200 Sport/8V, Griso 11/8V, and Stelvio (all models/years) via an ALL-NEW touch-screen Re-Programmer Tool, which allows you to go back to stock or change maps yourself! It will only work with one bike/ECU by capturing and storing the ECU info and stock map.

Here’s how it works; Interface the Flash Tool (FT) to your PC using the included Windows (only) GT-PWG program and allow the FT to update online, then disconnect. Then plug in to your bikes diagnostic port using the supplied cable and read your ECU. When the read is done, reconnect to your PC with the GT-PWG program save the ECU file to your computer, and send to us to revise. We will send the new file back for you to upload to the tool, and flash your ECU. Changing things on your bike often or in the future? No worries, map revisions are no charge.

This tool is also a Diagnostic tool; It will reset the TPS, read/clear ECU errors and show real-time voltage readings at the ECU


Non-Public Highway use ONLY.


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Weight 2 lbs

3 reviews for GT-Rx 5AM/7SM Reflash Tool

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Gar Jorgenson

    Yesterday (9-28-2015) I got back from a quick trip to Malibu and Guzzitech. Todd remapped the ECU on my new (NOS) 2014 Stelvio.

    All the way out there from my home in Wyoming I was trying to answer the question, “Why am I riding 1,200 miles, and giving this guy money, to diddle with a motorcycle that actually runs pretty good?” The ride home was the answer. What a difference!

    Todd worked his electronic magic and made a really nice motorcycle into a really, really, REALLY, nice motorcycle. It’s truly amazing how these modern fuel programs can be manipulated by someone with the know how and the right equipment.

    The Stelvio had a tiny bit of lean lag when you opened the throttle below 4,000 rpms: GONE! It had a nasty vibration between 3,500 and 4,000 rpms: GONE! It had a bit of a “hump” to get over transitioning from below 4,000 rpms to above 4,000 rpms: GONE! It would “hunt” a bit when cruising along at a steady speed at low power in a lower gear: NOT ANYMORE! If you were lugging along slowly in 5th or 6th gear and wanted to go faster, you had to down shift or it would just stumble along: Now you can just punch the throttle and it moves right out.

    I expected that Todd would correct all of those little annoyances and he did. What I didn’t expect was a big jump in power, especially below 4,000 rpms, but I got it anyway. It’s really amazing.

    I know it sounds like there were all sorts of problems with the bike but they were all pretty small. Small enough that they were more obvious once he got rid of them than before. Losing them all at once made for a big change in the way it feels. The best thing to say about it now is that the throttle response is completely predictable. It runs like it should. So thanks Todd. Another happy customer.

    Gar Jorgenson

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Avner Skolnik

    It’s my turn to add my review and there’s no point in repeating what the others wrote, so I keep it short… 1- It was as easy to install as everyone mentioned. 2- The improvement was immediate and equal to upgrading B&W TV to color (for those who remember). 3- Todd says it adds ~20% power and torque, but to me it feels more like 30% with the GT-RX exhaust on. The bike just wants to fly, and keeps begging for more and more throttle – what a joy!!! 4- I now feel that my 2017 V7III Special is as close to perfect as it can be. I’m riding a flickable ~450lbs motorcycle with a smooth engine that acts and feels like it is a big-bore Guzzi, and I can’t get enough of it. It is a no-brainer upgrade if you want to feel what this bike is all about – period.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Graeme (verified owner)

    My Guzzi 1200 Sport spent most of its time seemingly reluctant to hold a steady speed, unless that speed was above 80km/h (50mph). The bike would falter and and “hunt” around almost permanently unless the speed was higher. This was despite some effort trying different OEM maps, which helped somewhat. With the GT-Rx map power delivery is now very steady and smooth at low throttle settings – at any speed. It’s a transformation from before. Rolling on and off the throttle is also greatly improved – much smoother and more predictable. At the time I was told about GuzziTech I had the bike on the market as I found myself only wanting to ride at highway speeds. I’ll be keeping it now.

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