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    How hard on the Motor

    Ok on a RXT iS with the stock ecu, 4" air, 48's, rrfpr, afr gauge, E-Tech 68/140, 15-22 solas how hard is this on the motor for recreational riding mostly in the river? Will the computer record the high boost if anything goes wrong and void the warranty. I would keep all stock parts to put back on it.

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    welcome to the forum local neighbor. I may be wrong, but I don't think boost pressure is recoded on the ECU for the BUDS to pick up. they can see RPM's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken IS255 View Post
    Ok on a RXT iS with the stock ecu, 4" air, 48's, rrfpr, afr gauge, E-Tech 68/140, 15-22 solas how hard is this on the motor for recreational riding mostly in the river? Will the computer record the high boost if anything goes wrong and void the warranty. I would keep all stock parts to put back on it.

    Ken
    It is pretty safe on stock ecu . I dont know much about the ecu on the IS but I'm pretty sure it does not record boost. I have ran almost the same set-up on my rxp for over 60hrs without any engine problems and my compression is still the same as before installing the 68-140.

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    I don't know if it records boost, but I know when mine was on the BUDS. You could see the boost, rpm, water temp, air temp, and other parameters on the computer display. Just don't know how much its datalogging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken IS255 View Post
    Ok on a RXT iS with the stock ecu, 4" air, 48's, rrfpr, afr gauge, E-Tech 68/140, 15-22 solas how hard is this on the motor for recreational riding mostly in the river? Will the computer record the high boost if anything goes wrong and void the warranty. I would keep all stock parts to put back on it.

    Ken
    so what's that beast running with those mods? anxious to hear what she's capable of

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbaseball3 View Post
    so what's that beast running with those mods? anxious to hear what she's capable of

    Well I was going to behave and go with mild mods but I have the money now so instead of going mild and then wanting more I thinking about doing it all now.

    It ran 70 stock so I don't what it will be like after this. I'm more about acceleration than top speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken IS255 View Post
    Well I was going to behave

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