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    Is the VTech stock flash exactly the same as stock ECU?

    Does anyone know if the VTech stock flash is as if the ECU was never flashed?
    Meaning does the VTech stock flash contain all of the Boost, torque, RPM, etc limiters as if the ECU was never flashed?
    Is the VTech stock tune timing and fueling identical to stock ECU as if it were never flashed?


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    we have no way to check
    unless you have a way to read a stock ecu
    so we must trust them
    the dealer can still see your history
    so it is not like it has never been flashed
    candoo can clean it up but its still a flashed ecu with a "stock" tune

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    Ok, thank you. My concern is nothing with the dealers. My concern is that I am putting my ski back to stock form and want to make sure I will not have any problems since I will not be monitoring boost or AFR.

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    only way I know how to check would be
    run the data logger on a unflashed ecu save the log
    run the logger on your ski and compare the logs looking at the timing

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    Stock file is 100 % stock.
    After you flash it with stock file you can use the clear history function, that will clear any high rpm, boost and so on .

    then dealers can see nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTECH.SE View Post
    Stock file is 100 % stock.
    After you flash it with stock file you can use the clear history function, that will clear any high rpm, boost and so on .

    then dealers can see nothing.
    Ok fantastic. Thank you very much for your response and clarification.

    I tried to search this before creating another thread, but wasn't one so this will help folks if they have same question down the road

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    How bout the stock tune with no speed limiter? Can the dealer tell its there?

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    Re flashing back to the stock tune will not clear the RPM history as far as I know. A CanDooPro.com will but when you get to the dealer with flywheel bolts are all broken and the RPM shows 0, you are busted.

    Andy

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    The stock 2012 and later stock tunes are way to lean for my taste. My ski was broken in on a CMD from day one. I got the heads up from friends that work in the Dynojet dyno room.

    Andy

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    Yes but they are what BRP set them to.

    Quote Originally Posted by whittlebeast View Post
    The stock 2012 and later stock tunes are way to lean for my taste. My ski was broken in on a CMD from day one. I got the heads up from friends that work in the Dynojet dyno room.

    Andy

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