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    Aftermarket Digitial Wrench + BUDS

    Anybody see this yet? Apart from being able to work with 4-tecs, it says it is good for Fitch machines also. I assume they are probably working on a MSX update also.

    Wonder if it is legit? It kinda scares me that is says it is able to modify the total number of hours on a machine

    1875 pounds, so that is like $3500usd or something like that!!!


    http://www.scan-sea.com/en/product


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    Interesting...!

    Could be that Polaris wouldn't care if this works for their skis...since their main arguement against giving us their software, is that the DigitalWrench covers all of their products, past and present.

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    I did a little poking around regarding the Scan-Sea company.
    I think they are based in Spain.
    The web site was registered in April 2008, by a Spanish web services company (MNSOFT.ES)

    It is not clear to me that they actually have support for the Polaris Ficht engines, despite the web site.

    The HSR/Benelli listing is interesting, since it implies support for the Weber engines.

    There is also something available from Watcon for the Weber engines.

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    Rob.. I have watching to see if there is more information on this... Seen the Ad in the back of PWI. It would be a very good group investment is it is legit!

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    $3500? It be cheaper to split a 12-pack with a local mechanic at a dealer (who has the factory stuff) to become his new best friend....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    $3500? It be cheaper to split a 12-pack with a local mechanic at a dealer (who has the factory stuff) to become his new best friend....
    Tried that...the mechanic was happy with the 12-pack, but the dealer demanded the entire beer delivery truck load.

    I pay the dealer his 30 pieces of silver, for the codes...then come here!

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    I remember seeing some sort of relation between BUDS and Ficht while working at the Doo dealer, just don't remember the details.

    On the other hand, we also would plug in, and display any info/ reset maintenance for any Bomb product for customers free of charge.

    It is completely rediculous that you have to bring in a unit to "PROPERLY" rester maintenance code, or retrieve the info that computer systems are designed to do.


    Also remember countless times chasing a problem that BUDS would NOT detect, or improperly detect. BUDS blows.

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