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    Question about riva SCOM on european RXP X 260 2012

    I have a question for you,i have just bought a 2012 RXPX(in france) and i dont know if there is a speed limiter on it,if there is not a speed limiter the scom is not interesting i think??

    What do you think of?
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    Do you have RS model? Plus you bought it in France so you should have no gps limit of 67/68 but you will be limited to around 72.

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    YES, its the RXP X 260 RS ,with the GARMIN GPS it say 110km/h (68.35mph) i have 19h on it ,no mods, and i was with my girlfriend when i do this test with the gps

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    There is still a speed limiter on the Euro models.

    Your best option is to get the V-Tech hand held tuner and tuning credit and program the ECU yourself. More info here www.youTUNEit.net

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    i have seen the V-TECH ,but if i just need to delimited my ski and not to make big mods on it the scom is not more simple for me?

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    Greenhulk is correct, forget the SCOM module because you will still have other limits beside the gps limit that will hold you back. The first one you will see is 8040 rpm limit. Your ski will reduce rpm to 7800-7900, then work back up to 8040 and keep repeating the process.
    There are other limits such as boost and rpm also, the VTech reflash is the only current way to bypass all this BS, and is money well spent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steffi69 View Post
    i have seen the V-TECH ,but if i just need to delimited my ski and not to make big mods on it the scom is not more simple for me?
    no vtech is easier than scom to install.

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    the VTECH come complete for 300$ ?

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    No you buy the programmer, $389 then you can read/erase codes, but to tune your ski you need to buy a tune credit of $600.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    There is still a speed limiter on the Euro models.

    Your best option is to get the V-Tech hand held tuner and tuning credit and program the ECU yourself. More info here www.youTUNEit.net
    Srry I was misinformed, thought ppl posted they got 72 out of non us models.

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