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    It's not the destination, it's the journey!! Rip'nTear SHO's Avatar
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    SHO ECU--When and Where?

    Any word on the Riva/R&D ECU........do they even have one in the works?
    Bruce, from Riva, quoted this from the GPR-SHO conversion....."BadGP, I am going to be throwing everything at this motor and it is being built from the crank up and definately all out, I will post details and photos as I go. We have several ignitions options we are testing right now, but this particular engine will feature our proprietary stand alone ignition system".

    Any1 know what this is?

    Found this on the Honda thread.....wondering if it has the capabilities to handle all of the add'l restrictions/sensors on the SHO ECU....www.vi-pec.com
    applicable one to the SHO would be the marine V44
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    ecu?

    im , with him. i want more parts and too boost about 10 too 12 lbs
    and fly lol this motor is low compresion and can boost alot more then just 5 too 8 lbs , 10 too 12 and this thing would be a animal out of the hole !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rip'nTear SHO View Post
    Any word on the Riva/R&D ECU........do they even have one in the works?
    Bruce, from Riva, quoted this from the GPR-SHO conversion....."BadGP, I am going to be throwing everything at this motor and it is being built from the crank up and definately all out, I will post details and photos as I go. We have several ignitions options we are testing right now, but this particular engine will feature our proprietary stand alone ignition system".

    Any1 know what this is?

    Found this on the Honda thread.....wondering if it has the capabilities to handle all of the add'l restrictions/sensors on the SHO ECU....www.vi-pec.com
    applicable one to the SHO would be the marine V44
    im working on it

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    Correct me if I'm wrong; but if you raise the stock rev limiter without doing anything to the valves, don't you run the risk of floating the valves??

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    rev limit

    dont rev high just run more boost and i get reliable power as long as u dont go too high lol

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    well im guessing the stage one will also have an upgraded valves n springs or if not then the stock ones may be able to handle the pressure.

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    guys the motor can handle 8900 rpm without any failures, no need to touch motor

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    Quote Originally Posted by onebadsho View Post
    dont rev high just run more boost and i get reliable power as long as u dont go too high lol
    you could but with more boost you need more fuel and different timing. i dont know why everyone thinks the computer is gonna unlock all kinds of power, it will help but its only one of many pieces to the puzzle.

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    now that sounds great

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    it does all that have alook at the 82mph sho on youtube he has had the RUO code RACE USE ONLY put in which takes it to 8650rpm with the high rpm set at 8900rpm. now ive opened up a can a worms. this will get interesting

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