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    R&D reflash question

    I have a 2014.fzr ribbon delete . Free flow exhaust riva breather cooling kit. Soon to.be riva intercooler. Next is the ecu My question is what.is the difference between the r2 and r3 reflash? This will probably be the extent of my mods


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    Timing is more increased with the R3 I think......R2 will work good with your mods you want to do.

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    I would go R3! You have the supporting mods to handle it. If you don't you will wonder how much more gains you could get going R3 rather than R2. Prop accordingly.

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    If you havnt already, consider upgrading to a washable r&d air filter as well.

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    I have the R2 now. With the IC you will be on the limiter. I am sending back this winter for the R3 and doing springs/retainers.

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