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    RIVA/Athena Dual Map Swith for Athena ECU?

    Is this something that would be avaliable for Yamaha Athena or only seadoo?


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    It works with the Yamaha Athena ECU also
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=2232

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    Thanks for a quick respond. This will suit my need just perfect

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    When I look at Rivas website, It looks like the Athena i have no longer is for sale and its a new orange one.
    So is the dual map switch only for the orange ecu or does it fit my ecu?

    Thanks
    Jonny

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnySweden View Post
    When I look at Rivas website, It looks like the Athena i have no longer is for sale and its a new orange one.
    So is the dual map switch only for the orange ecu or does it fit my ecu?

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    what is the difference between the 2 Yamaha Athena ecu's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnySweden View Post
    When I look at Rivas website, It looks like the Athena i have no longer is for sale and its a new orange one.
    So is the dual map switch only for the orange ecu or does it fit my ecu?

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    Riva offers a dual MAP switch for the RIVA/Athena Power Connect ECU- original black ECU with Power Connect wiring harness. The part number for this dual MAP switch is RY11841-DMS-ECU-PC. This is the same military spec switch offered for the orange ECU with a different connector. Price is $199.95.


    If you want this switch for your Athena send me a PM and I will get it handled for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordon lasiter #328 View Post
    what is the difference between the 2 Yamaha Athena ecu's?
    Riva has moved into the "direct connect" design on all Riva/Athena ECUs. The Yamaha direct connect (orange case) units will be available in approximately 2 weeks. Both generation ECUs offer similar features and will be fully supported by Riva. The main difference in the direct connect unit is the case and integrated connectors.

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    If they kept the immobiliser, cruise wake i would get 1 in a flash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gordon lasiter #328 View Post
    what is the difference between the 2 Yamaha Athena ecu's?
    Riva has moved into the "direct connect" design on all Riva/Athena ECUs. The Yamaha direct connect (orange case) units will be available in approximately 2 weeks. Both generation ECUs offer similar features and will be fully supported by Riva. The main difference in the direct connect unit is the case and integrated connectors.
    GREAT, now i find out, after spending yesterday installing that power conected version. my fingers still hurt from wrestling with with.
    Jerry, How will the orange one connect to the laptop and data logger?


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    Quote Originally Posted by FZS Monty View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gordon lasiter #328 View Post
    what is the difference between the 2 Yamaha Athena ecu's?
    Riva has moved into the "direct connect" design on all Riva/Athena ECUs. The Yamaha direct connect (orange case) units will be available in approximately 2 weeks. Both generation ECUs offer similar features and will be fully supported by Riva. The main difference in the direct connect unit is the case and integrated connectors.
    GREAT, now i find out, after spending yesterday installing that power conected version. my fingers still hurt from wrestling with with.
    Jerry, How will the orange one connect to the laptop and data logger?
    ??????

    Also if you purchase a new Athena are you getting the orange one from now on ??

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