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    Advent 1300 efi ignition/fuel controller

    I met with Greg today at Advent and he was nice enough to show me the new 1300 ignition/fuel contoller that is going to be released very soon. This thing is state of the art! Everything can be adjusted though a USB port and your computer. It attaches piggyback to the stock CDI in the front of the ski. The computer program is awesome. He walked me through the program and showed me how easy it is to tune the timing and fuel mapping right from the computer. The most noticeable aspect was the ability to adjust the amounts of fuel per cylinder. There are 6 different fuel adjustment points throughout the rpm range compared to 2 on the RIVA and R&D units. Eveything can be controlled though the remote box that also has a built in tach and exhaust temp sensors. I think this will make a HUGE performance difference on all modified injected GPR's.


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    please delete this thread - moved to performace section

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