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post #11 of 49 Old 11-29-2016, 10:13 AM
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I guess the question is who has the best mail in flash . Also what do you think of keeping the stock ecu and mailing in another one to be flashed . My thinking is because of warranty issue . If something should go wrong .

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post #12 of 49 Old 11-29-2016, 11:19 AM
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I guess the question is who has the best mail in flash . Also what do you think of keeping the stock ecu and mailing in another one to be flashed . My thinking is because of warranty issue . If something should go wrong .

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Just pick a company and go with them. Everyone says "I want the best", yet they never define that term. Most features? Most power? Customized for your mods? Cheapest? There's lots of things that people would call "the best" and you're never going to get a straight answer. There simply isn't one company that hits all those things so just pick one based on what you want out of it.

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If you want the best for YOUR bike, you need a tune for YOUR bike in YOUR area. No sense in getting a generic flash that is made for a different bike at a different altitude and air density.

If you are worried about warrent, leave it stock. I blew 2 engines in my evo when it had a 10 year warrenty. Obviously warrenty was voided

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Ok and thank you for your time I just don't want to make a mistake because I have been down that road and it took me a month to get my bike straightened out. Hope you understand .

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If you want the best for YOUR bike, you need a tune for YOUR bike in YOUR area. No sense in getting a generic flash that is made for a different bike at a different altitude and air density.

If you are worried about warrent, leave it stock. I blew 2 engines in my evo when it had a 10 year warrenty. Obviously warrenty was voided
There no way I can leave this bike stock because of the way they set up the gearing I don't feel the power like my 2013. If I knew this bike was set up this I think I'd buy a used 2013 with low miles instead . Maybe I will just do a PC5 AND A AUTO TUNER at least it won't affect the warranty .

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ONE THING I noticed with a friends Annitory shifter was that it cuts on downshift so it makes it better the downshift. and my friend can downshift way better with it

I told Anthony to put it on the gen4 software (in the race tools) and those type of small things do not go far..
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ONE THING I noticed with a friends Annitory shifter was that it cuts on downshift so it makes it better the downshift. and my friend can downshift way better with it

I told Anthony to put it on the gen4 software (in the race tools) and those type of small things do not go far..
When you switch your shifting pattern does it show up on the dashboard in the right order?

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When you switch your shifting pattern does it show up on the dashboard in the right order?

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Yes. First, the shift still moves the selector shaft the same direction and second, the sensor is inside the gearbox, its irrelevant what the shifter is doing outside the bike. The reverse shift has no effect at all on the gearbox internals.

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I can't believe it . A stright answer that i exactly can use without thinking twice . Thanks man. I really appreciate that

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I can't believe it . A stright answer that i exactly can use without thinking twice . Thanks man. I really appreciate that

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ANY company that does a flash to your stock ECU can always put it back to stock settings, then you could file a warranty claim with your ECU back in stock form..

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