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    New and looking for info

    So I've read numerous numerous post, and I've read about the handheld v-tech etc.

    But I can't seem to find anything on this... http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=2121


    I have a stock RXPX 2012 looking to leave it mostly stock, but want to get around 70 mph. Not looking to do 80 etc. Maybe just a impeller change, grate, and that ECU. Just wondering if I do that what do yall think i'd get?

    Sorry if its a repost i tired to find it.


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    first up grade is the vetch
    and then if needed do the prop
    the stock ski is already limited by the stock ecu and you can flash the ecu back to stock for warrantee work

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    R&D Sea Doo R1 Programming, doesnt that remove the limiter and gps?!

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    not too many use r&d for ecu. id say riva ecu (not athena)or vtech would be best imo. i think you should see 70+ with the vtech...

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    I would say just go for the v-tech. If you're like everyone else on these forums, you will quickly get bit by the mod bug. Getting the v-tech allows you to expand your options down the road in case you want to rev higher or anything like that. Its worth the extra money. I never planned on running anything more than the 8350 tune, but that went out the window this year

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    Your referring to the handheld tuner?

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    ^yes. you will have unlimited amount of different tunes to choose from with the handheld and a credit

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    Thanks

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    As Ryan said the Vtech is probably the way to go. I am sure the R&D flash is good, but with the Vtech you can flash you ecu all you want, even back to stock.

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