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  • 1tommygunner1927
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    [QUOTE=Martin RXT-X;3184776]
    Originally posted by 1tommygunner1927 View Post

    So far so good, have not been to the water yet but shop testing seems good.
    Excellent. Let us know your results.

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  • Martin RXT-X
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    [QUOTE=1tommygunner1927;3184773]
    Originally posted by Martin RXT-X View Post

    I had my doubts about it but I visited their site and now have a different view. Competition is good for the sport.
    So far so good, have not been to the water yet but shop testing seems good.

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  • 1tommygunner1927
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    [QUOTE=Martin RXT-X;3184772]
    Originally posted by 1tommygunner1927 View Post

    So far Bob the support has been good. It looks like it is going to be good for mod skies, nothing compared to Motec but a good second option
    I had my doubts about it but I visited their site and now have a different view. Competition is good for the sport.

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  • Martin RXT-X
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    [QUOTE=1tommygunner1927;3150391]
    Originally posted by slydogge View Post

    Go for it.....be the Beta Tester! Let us know about their after sales support.
    So far Bob the support has been good. It looks like it is going to be good for mod skies, nothing compared to Motec but a good second option

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  • 1tommygunner1927
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    Originally posted by Green Hulk View Post
    We have a new section of the forum dedicated specifically to HP Tuners. Check it out here
    http://greenhulk.net/forumdisplay.php?f=265
    Good call. HPTuners need to do the same on their site as all BRP powersports are mixed together.
    Last edited by 1tommygunner1927; 02-09-2023, 07:44 AM.

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  • Green Hulk
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    We have a new section of the forum dedicated specifically to HP Tuners. Check it out here

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  • slydogge
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    [QUOTE=1tommygunner1927;3150391]
    Originally posted by slydogge View Post

    Go for it.....be the Beta Tester! Let us know about their after sales support.

    I was hoping someone else has been that guy, reason for the post actually. If I do decide to though, I'll definitely build a write up and video on my findings 👍

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  • 1tommygunner1927
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    [QUOTE=slydogge;3150376]
    Originally posted by 711jrp View Post


    So is your tea drinking and crumpets but I'm not bothering everyone with voicing my opinion on it when the topic is HP tuners-
    Go for it.....be the Beta Tester! Let us know about their after sales support.

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  • slydogge
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    [QUOTE=711jrp;3150362]
    Originally posted by slydogge View Post
    Yea anyone who has a response to stick with jet ski tuners has no weight in their words of advice. Not trying to put anyone down, just an expression of you as you are.

    That is a ridiculous response......

    So is your tea drinking and crumpets but I'm not bothering everyone with voicing my opinion on it when the topic is HP tuners-

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  • mittens
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    It will be a great tuneing option. also just like with most of the canned tunes, (maptuner) once there is a good tune out there for certain popular mods, you can start with that file, and then tweak what you need.

    HP tuners is awesome on cars.. will be a great tool, also may drive down the canned tunes as other options are out there, and then give the ability to tweak with out emails and stuff.

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  • Myrak
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    Originally posted by 05_RXP View Post
    If it has the same format and functions as it does for the auto industry it will probably be one of the best tuning software for factory ecu skis.
    Yes sir, good stuff

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  • 05_RXP
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    If it has the same format and functions as it does for the auto industry it will probably be one of the best tuning software for factory ecu skis.

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  • 711jrp
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    Originally posted by slydogge View Post

    This post was more for experienced engine builders who at least understand that a boosted engine in a PWC follows the same laws as a boosted race car and have hours of dyno time building tunes.

    You only have to have a quick look at the requested AFR tables to see they are very diferant when it comes to tuning. From a personal point of view I welcome another player in the game, it can't be a bad thing.

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  • 711jrp
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    [QUOTE=slydogge;3150348]Yea anyone who has a response to stick with jet ski tuners has no weight in their words of advice. Not trying to put anyone down, just an expression of you as you are.

    That is a ridiculous response......

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  • ptscon
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    It's nice to have options but there's so little info on this product I would not bother until this gets more mature in a year or two. Their website has zero info other than "its available". Their forum has 1 post that describes something but it needs way more. It seems like there's no pre-done tunes available, just a stock tune you can screw around with.

    It feels like someones side project at hptuners. This needs way more time to be useful even for techy and experienced tuners. At this stage its something to try if you're bored and have a spare ski you can screw around with.

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