07-13-2011, 12:41 PM #1
New R&D 300x "speed up module".....
Hmmm.... could you use this in conjunction with the Riva Bypasss? Or is it the same thing in a different box (company)?
Anyway, I like that it is unrecognizable to the ecu.
New Product Release
R&D Ultra 300X SPEED-UP MODULE
(Speed Control Override)
The new R&D Ultra 300X Speed-up Module was developed to easily install and interface between the stock speedometer and the O.E.M. ECU to recondition and regulate the Htz rate which will allow the Kawasaki drive by wire throttle system to operate at a 1-1 ratio (No Boost Limit Control). The new R&D Speed Control module cancels out all top speed controlling throttle plate manipulation from the ECU. Without the R&D Module, the ECU can regulate the throttle plate which lowers air flow volumes, and boost levels into the intake manifold plenum restricting top speed. The R&D Speed Control Module allows full boost levels to be achieved which produce a 3-4 MPH speed gain on a box stock Ultra 300X. The R&D Module will allow all aftermarket b olt-on parts to perform to their full potential. The R&D Module interface is undetected (stealth) to the ECU, so no warnings, codes, or stored information to worry about. The R&D Module plugs into the O.E.M. wire harness super easy in 5-10 minutes. A 3-4 MPH plug and play speed gain in less than 10 minutes! No tools required to install.
Made in the USA!
??? 3-4 MPH top speed improvement
??? Retains O.E.M dash functions, Eco mode, and Cruise Control
??? Plugs into O.E.M. harness terminals for a factory looking install, completely stealth to the ECU
??? Improved RPM performance (up to 300+)
??? Full Boost levels achieved (2 pound boost addition)
??? Top speed performance significantly improved.
??? 10 minute plug and play performance
??? Works well with all other performance bolt on parts (R&D Ride Plate & Aquavein Scoop Grates)
Pt. #801-15300 $199.95
07-13-2011, 01:03 PM #2
Just called R&D..."available in 4 weeks". UGH!
07-13-2011, 01:53 PM #3
Really curious to see the gains if any over the Riva module. Boost increase is the part that caught my eye. I know there has to be some way to get to the full boost potential.
07-13-2011, 04:07 PM #4
more rpm=more boost just a sneaky way to word it, all boxes work the same we have our own over here that does the same
07-13-2011, 04:18 PM #5
I know that much but I did not see 2 pounds from 300 rpms. I was pretty sure it was a sales pitch. I am wanting to see a picture of the connection it uses and where it connects.
07-13-2011, 04:21 PM #6
will be 100% positive on the speedo input wire same as all others cant see it working any other way all boxes only fool the input to the ecu.
07-13-2011, 08:06 PM #7
What does them kawi ski's top out at anyways? Are they just a hole shot thriller or top end as well?
07-13-2011, 09:37 PM #8
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07-13-2011, 09:51 PM #9
07-13-2011, 10:57 PM #10
Get your ski together and come find out.
Actually T, This part along with others are new parts for a new ski. It is all new and much of what we learned from previous models is not exactly the same here. This particular part and the others like it are only the first step to take. Until the day you no longer see higher speeds, RPMs, or boost that is when we have found the limit. This part will just offer another option to the future 300 owners and we will see if one is actually better than the other. I do like how it seems an easier install just being a connector rather than needing to fight the white wire. Let the aftermarket mod wars begin.
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