View Poll Results: Why are you staying with the stock ECU?

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  • Aftermarket ECUs are too expensive.

    8 32.00%
  • I don't want to pay for the valve train upgrade.

    3 12.00%
  • I want to stay around 8100 rpms for reliability reasons.

    11 44.00%
  • I'm waiting for Riva to have a sale ECUs and valve train upgrades!

    3 12.00%
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    ECU Survey

    I was wondering what holds people back from purchasing an aftermarket ECU. So I made a poll to find out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    I was wondering what holds people back from purchasing an aftermarket ECU. So I made a poll to find out.
    For me its the $$$ factor right now, also the fact that the rest of the ski is bone stock right now.

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    Reliability....

    2 years ago it took an ECU and a lot of parts to go 75+...I'm at 77's @8100...Just some massaging and management of water and I'll be at 80...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    Reliability....

    2 years ago it took an ECU and a lot of parts to go 75+...I'm at 77's @8100...Just some massaging and management of water and I'll be at 80...

    step away from the massage oil danny

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    Quote Originally Posted by rior1 View Post
    step away from the massage oil danny
    But it makes things slippey... slippery when wet is nice...

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    I waited until I could afford the springs, to buy the Riva. Then I had to do the whole "tear it out, send it to Riva to have it programmed gig," because my local Sd dealership is a bunch of tards!

    I still think that whole Riva-programming is crap. Just sell it ready to go, with a couple of pre-programmed Lanyards, and leave me alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrotoys View Post
    I waited until I could afford the springs, to buy the Riva. Then I had to do the whole "tear it out, send it to Riva to have it programmed gig," because my local Sd dealership is a bunch of tards!

    I still think that whole Riva-programming is crap. Just sell it ready to go, with a couple of pre-programmed Lanyards, and leave me alone.
    Mark I agree, but Riva does it for Free, so no biggie IMO!

    I also waited to do it all and it was a big exspence.

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    Im cheap, and aftermarket ski parts are way overpriced. . .

    Jay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    Reliability....

    2 years ago it took an ECU and a lot of parts to go 75+...I'm at 77's @8100...Just some massaging and management of water and I'll be at 80...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05RXPnoob
    ....aftermarket ski parts are way overpriced.
    Ding, ding, ding...we have a winner.

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