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    MoTeC controlled drive by wire 75mm ThrottleBody

    This post is give my appreciation with the guys from MoTeC. Nils and his service has always been second to none for me since day one of installing the MoTeC on our ski. His knowledge and dedication to customer service is beyond what anyone could imagine, or ask for, when dealing with ecu support. He put me in contact with Simon Wagner, an engineering manager with www.MoTeC.com, to characterize a throttlebody for us so we could adapt it to our application. By doing so, it allowed us to utilize a 75mm throttlebody I selected, and retain the throttle by wire design. The information I needed, the calibration file information and schematics including the pinout, are in plain English and exactly what we needed. In a nutshell, I just couldn't be more pleased with MoTeC and Nils, as well as the support I've received in every aspect throughout our progress. I couldn't wish for any better support....period.

    I didn't make this post or topic to explain the reasoning why in fact we went with this throttlebody, or to start a discussion in regards to why or why not to run one of this size. It was designed to show my appreciation to the guys who support us and are willing to go above and beyond in regards to product support.




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    In todays market place is is hard to find that kind of customer support anymore. Nice that MoteC and Nils made the effort to help you out Keith. I hope your efforts are rewarded with lots of more HP. Tommy Jordan

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    Looks like a Hitachi throttle body off a Nissan 3.5 ? Very cool Keith !

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    don't let of the throttle that quickly when you ride hahaha...

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