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    The best reflash for my set up

    Hey guys its that time of the year again where i need advice... well i called riva to buy a ecu and they told me that they stop making the riva ecu for my 07 rxp.. i would like to know what would be the best reflash and best rpm for my setup before breaking anything... thanks in advice
    my setup riva xx sc , riva waterbox, riva intake grate, 50 ib injectors, valvetrain, 15/20 prop, fizzle ic, rotax tstat, riva power filter, greedy bov,vts rod, rear exhaust,reduction nozzle,o.p.a.s,pump wedge, rrpfr.


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    I'd go the vtech. Have you looked into the vtech hand held programmer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rxpmia118 View Post
    Hey guys its that time of the year again where i need advice... well i called riva to buy a ecu and they told me that they stop making the riva ecu for my 07 rxp.. i would like to know what would be the best reflash and best rpm for my setup before breaking anything... thanks in advice
    my setup riva xx sc , riva waterbox, riva intake grate, 50 ib injectors, valvetrain, 15/20 prop, fizzle ic, rotax tstat, riva power filter, greedy bov,vts rod, rear exhaust,reduction nozzle,o.p.a.s,pump wedge, rrpfr.
    This is the mapping I would recommend for your ski
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1862

    or you can buy the V-Tech hand held unit and a tuning credit and program the ECU yourself. No need to send it in to me if you have the hand held
    Hand Held
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1957
    Tuning Credit
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1958

    Thank you!
    Jerry

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    Yea I just look into the hand held v tech.. Pretty nice

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    Thanks jerry I will be sending that ecu to u tomorrow.. Also around what speed should I see with that setup.. Thanks in advance

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    80-82 ish

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    Friendly advice here since the BUG hits hard. Since you already have the Riva Valvetrain OPT for a 9K or so limiter. You dont have to run it that high if you do not wish to but often people run their skis to close to the limiter and cause issues.

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    So I should be safe 9k rpms??

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    So if the limiter is 9k rpms it should be safe to run at 8800 rpms??

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    Yes and imo yes. 8800 would be a good target.

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