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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-23-2009, 07:15 PM Thread Starter
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+2 mph?

I was asking my local dealer about getting an ECU today and they said they don't carry any anymore because they tested them all and the most they gained was 3km per hour(1.5-2 mph).Is there any truth to this because the are about $450.00 and up in Canadian dollars? I would apreciate as much feed back as possible.
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The dynatech for the Fuelie models is a piece of crap, what a bit for a good alternative. NO ONE has the 08-09 models running 100% yet.

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I second that

THERE IS ALWAYS SOMEONE FASTER

BUT ONLY A FEW CAN FLY

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will a sheave do me any good with out an ecu.Do they take away from bottom end power or just add top speed
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It will do a little without getting rid of the speed limiters built in to the factory cdi box. It will still help lower your cruise rpm and lower engine noise regardless of whether you have a cdi or not. In other words, Still do the sheave but it will be a little bit for a good solution to the cdi/ecm issue

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It should not be long for a good cdi to come out if yamaha stays with the 700 this year

THERE IS ALWAYS SOMEONE FASTER

BUT ONLY A FEW CAN FLY

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I'm guessing you guys are geared for sand. I run trails mud and woods roads mainly although now we have snow and groomed snowmobile trails.They are really fun!
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Yes they are! When it's not dune season some of us actually still ride them-desert, trails, forest, mud

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Didn't mean to imply you guys were just sandheads
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We know

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