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    riva

    hey guys..
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    do a search. this has been discussed more than once on here.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Region8Ultra250X View Post
    do a search. this has been discussed more than once on here.....
    Not really since the Athena was just launched recently. It all depends on what tune he goes with while running the Athena. If he does no other mods, then he wouldnt want to rev over 8300rpms to be safe, so I would assume you would beat him. I am sure many of the Athena guys will chime in and they will know a lot more than I do about the product.

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    There have been many discussing each individually but now that people have ran the riva it would be interesting to kno if there are 2 guys in the same lake who have gone head to head and the outcome, I did search it but its nice to start up a new thread rather then look back into the archives

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    Oooh oooh pick me!......neither!!

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    Anthena seems to be a lot more work to get it working right at least for now. Eg bad idles, overshooting limiters. Only advantage really is if you want to be able to play with fuelling/timing now.

    Vtech will be pretty much flash and go. Map editing will be available in the future.

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    V tech looks like the easier opt now ...

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    just install a bigger SC wheel and it wont even be close
    you already have the ecu map and ET is in your back yard

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    I hear you on the et137 but I feel pretty confident with my setup as far as reliability rite now..... If I go with the 137 then I will need supporting mods will I not? Even though it says its a direct drop in and you only need 48 injectors..

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    I think 12s have 48's
    and the support is the vtech

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