09-17-2009, 04:05 PM #1
New RIVA/ViPEC ECU is ready to order
New orders will begin shipping 1st week of October.
Please order here for the ECU
For the required fuel pressure regulator
For the optional LC1/Lambda Sensor Kit
O2 sensor adapter kit
Our Pro-Series ECU provides a huge performance advantage to the Yamaha 1.8L Supercharged Engine delivering over 50hp to the stock engine. ECU is fully programmable with either RIVA supplied mapping or user defined parameters. Most calibrations require use of RIVA Fuel Pressure Regulator Kit and 91+ octane pump fuel. Plugs directly into factory wiring harness via waterproof connectors.Key benefits include:
1) Easy loading of supplied calibrations/maps for various performance applications.
- Performance Fuel Mapping: Delivers optimal fuel required for your specific level of modification based on boost pressure.
- Performance Timing Curves: Special racing curves produce more power throughout the RPM range.
- Rev Limiter Increase: Stock rev limit can been increased so engine RPM can be run higher producing more boost pressure and horsepower.
- All original dash functions are retained.
- Provides diagnostic information that can be displayed via computer interface.
5) Traction Control function. Can be calibrated to match specific performance applications.
6) Antilag function (for turbo applications).
The LC-1 is a complete wideband Lambda controller built into a sealed cable and wired specifically to connect to the RIVA/ViPEC FX-SHO/FZ Pro-Series ECU via a waterproof factory connector. O2 sensor installs into stock exhaust pipe using our precision machined Exhaust A/F Sensor Mount. The LC-1 is more accurate than conventional designs costing many times as much, and its self-calibrating circuitry can compensate for changes in temperature, altitude and sensor condition.Key Benefits Include:
- Fully digital wideband controller.
- Auto calibration capability to compensate for changes in temperature, altitude, and sensor condition.
- Plugs directly into RIVA/ViPEC ECU harness.
- Includes Bosch LSU 4.2 02 sensor.
Our Fuel Pressure Regulator Kit provides the precision pressure control necessary to compliment aftermarket ECU applications on the 'SHO' engine. Kit is fully assembled & mounts securely on top of fuel tank via sturdy aluminum bracket. High quality billet pressure regulator can adjust base pressure from 25 to 80 PSI. Unit can also be set up as rising rate fuel pressure regulator at a 1 to 1 ratio providing one additional pound of fuel pressure for every pound of boost gain. Plugs directly into original fuel system with OEM connectors and features a large 3/8" fuel return line that is routed through supplied rubber fuel tank cap. Includes integrated liquid-filled pressure gauge and billet Fuel Pressure Regulator Block-Off necessary for removal of stock fuel pressure regulator in fuel tank.Key Features Include:
Precision fuel pressure control with optional rising rate function.
High quality stainless steel liquid-filled pressure gage.
Large 3/8 fuel return line.
Includes billet Fuel Pressure Regulator Block-Off.
Easy bolt-on installation with OEM fuel connectors.
Includes complete installation instructions & tuning guide.
09-17-2009, 04:06 PM #2
Q: What does standard ECU Kit include?
A: ViPEC V88 Marine ECU (with mounting bracket).
RIVA Power Connector Marine Wiring Harness (with LC1 Wideband Lambda Controller connector).
Communication Cable (for downloading maps, data acquisition & diagnostic functions)
Complete access to "RIVA ECU Manager" website featuring the latest performance calibrations, technical info and support forum. All software, including RIVA Performance Calibrations, Data Acquisition, Lambda Functionality, Knock Control & ViPEC Quick Tune are available at no additional charge.
Q: What options are available?
A: RIVA LC1 Wideband Lambda Controller configured for ViPEC (part# RY11540-LC1-6S5). Retail $249.95
Air/Fuel Sensor Mounting Bung (part# RY15-AFSB). Retail $44.95
RIVA FX-SHO/FZ Fuel Pressure Regulator System (part# RY12040-RRFPR-6S5). Retail $474.95
Q: When will ECU be available?
A: First allocation of ECU’s will ship late September.
Q: Is ECU programmable?
A: Yes! ECU will come loaded with a broad base map that works well with most engine packages running up to 17lbs of boost pressure. RIVA will launch an ECU Manager website in October that features a library of downloadable maps for specific applications. The site will also include complete updated technical information and support forum. RIVA has been working hard to build an excellent set of calibrations both racing and recreational applications.
Q: Does OEM instrumentation work?
A: Yes! You retain full functionality of instrumentation and warning lights/indicators.
Some accessory functions are disabled as listed below:
- Cruise Assist (SHO only)
- No Wake Mode (SHO only)
- Immobilizer Remote & L-Mode (SHO & FZ)
- Off Throttle Steering function (SHO & FZ) NOTE: OTS is not recommended for competition use.
Q: What is warranty period?
A: 2 Year warranty covers defects in manufacture.
Q: What is installation time?
A: Easy (plug & play) installation takes approximately 1 hour.
Q: Where does ECU mount?
A: ECU mounts inside original electrical box. RIVA Power Connector harness plugs directly into stock wiring harness.
09-17-2009, 04:09 PM #3
- Join Date
- Dec 2006
- Crest Hill, IL
Jerry, how does this system compare to the MoTec?
09-17-2009, 04:17 PM #4
Lots of things have been discussed already if you do a search. http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...highlight=riva
09-17-2009, 04:22 PM #5
hey jerry is that the date that there coming out or are you just taking new orders for the part?
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09-17-2009, 05:17 PM #10
That's great!! I guess I'm kinda glad that I don't have the funds right now to get the ECU, that way I can see how the Riva one works out compare to the Motec. The great thing is that more and more goodies keep coming out for this 1.8L beast!!!!!!!!
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