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    RIVA Speed Control Override Module Install Question...........

    I installed the pin on the ESU plug just wondering if I did it right...........Click image for larger version. 

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    If you look at the face of the plug and see a pin where the #10 plastic stopper was then you did it right. I know it is scary how easy it is.

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    I would like to know if is right................

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    It looks good

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    What you mean......

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    So its correct then......
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    It looks good

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    Yes, now plug it in, ground it. U should have plug the front one by now, and the last step is plugging up the battery back. Put the ski in the water

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    Ok is cold where I'm at too cold for water.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwick718 View Post
    Yes, now plug it in, ground it. U should have plug the front one by now, and the last step is plugging up the battery back. Put the ski in the water

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