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    ECU

    Hey guys I am looking to purchase an ECU soon and I think the only one that they make for the GP1200R anymore is the T3 from Advert. So I guess what I am asking is how you guys feel about it. How are the performance gains, is it easy to use and install, and is it reliable.


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    i have a d70 which i got off here and i am very happy with it, they hit very hard mid range with the added punch we all love.

    as far as setting them up goes, its a walk in the park.

    the only thing i did notice is i get 1mph faster top end with the OEM CDI....not sure why but i do but the OEM does not compare mid range to the advent.

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    Thanks thats good info.

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    You may want tp PM PhillipGpr he had a R&D for sale

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