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    For those of you running the Stock Class ECU

    Do you have to remove the piggy back harness/knock sensor resistor?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk
    Do you have to remove the piggy back harness/knock sensor resistor?
    NOPE!!!! the (4502) instruccions say that you only need to retard the cam timing.

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    Fill me in,,I`m running the stock ecu. What gives?

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    Thanks Ray!

    HOSS, i am talking about the Rotax Racing Stock Class ECU.

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    Put it in a 05 RXP without removing it.

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