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    Quote Originally Posted by 2017 fx svho View Post
    Your 100% brother? Arent they the same engine with same ecus? You think its even worth it to try it out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VTECH.SE View Post
    Yes it does have speed limiter and RPM limiter.
    Get the Riva Maptuner X system and you can reflash the ecu and get rid of that And ad a nice to tune the ecu!
    Does reflashing the ECU and removing the speed limiter automatically void the Yamaha extended warranty? I want to get all I can out of my ski with minimal mods because I want to keep it reliable. It's brand new so not sure what kind of bugs it might have that need working out and am curious if such minor tampering would cost me my warranty???

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    Yamaha ecu have a history where they can see what rpm vs time.
    So dealer can see how long time you been over ex 8000 rpms.
    That would void your warrenty.

    Even if you flash back ECU to stock the history will still be there..

    BUT , Very soon we have a ready solution for that with Maptuner X.
    (the history will not show high rpms..)

    ((This will be for all yamaha from 2014 -))

    Will let you know more once ready. (hope max 2 weeks)



    Quote Originally Posted by Steve- View Post
    Does reflashing the ECU and removing the speed limiter automatically void the Yamaha extended warranty? I want to get all I can out of my ski with minimal mods because I want to keep it reliable. It's brand new so not sure what kind of bugs it might have that need working out and am curious if such minor tampering would cost me my warranty???


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2017 fx svho View Post
    Your 100% brother? Arent they the same engine with same ecus? You think its even worth it to try it out?


    10000000% sure
    It's been tried. It doesn't work.
    No the ECU's are not the same. The GP1800 has RiDE. The FZ's do not..

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTECH.SE View Post
    Yamaha ecu have a history where they can see what rpm vs time.
    So dealer can see how long time you been over ex 8000 rpms.
    That would void your warrenty.

    Even if you flash back ECU to stock the history will still be there..

    BUT , Very soon we have a ready solution for that with Maptuner X.
    (the history will not show high rpms..)

    ((This will be for all yamaha from 2014 -))

    Will let you know more once ready. (hope max 2 weeks)
    Thank you. I will await further developments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTECH.SE View Post
    Yamaha ecu have a history where they can see what rpm vs time.
    So dealer can see how long time you been over ex 8000 rpms.
    That would void your warrenty.

    Even if you flash back ECU to stock the history will still be there..

    BUT , Very soon we have a ready solution for that with Maptuner X.
    (the history will not show high rpms..)

    ((This will be for all yamaha from 2014 -))

    Will let you know more once ready. (hope max 2 weeks)
    Will this be available to all people who already have MaptunerX? Will it just be a software update?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTECH.SE View Post
    Yamaha ecu have a history where they can see what rpm vs time.
    So dealer can see how long time you been over ex 8000 rpms.
    That would void your warrenty.

    Even if you flash back ECU to stock the history will still be there..

    BUT , Very soon we have a ready solution for that with Maptuner X.
    (the history will not show high rpms..)

    ((This will be for all yamaha from 2014 -))

    Will let you know more once ready. (hope max 2 weeks)
    Did this ever come to fruition with Map Tuner X?

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    Dean can eliminate the GPS limiter from your stock ecu for I believe $150. If later you decide to flash the ecu he will credit the cost back towards the flash. I still do not see the bypass option available in the Green Hulk store though. Maybe Jerry is working on adding it.

    With just Dean's GPS bypass and my few mods, I ran a top speed of 78 mph at 7760 rpm but consistent 76 -77 mph at 7680 - 7740 rpm.
    My ski with just GPS bypass has outrun all SeaDoo so far even with a flash (this past weekend) and even some FZ with light mods and flash. It is a great reliable setup and best thing is that you wont void warranty. Stock rpm and boost.

    Here is my ski and further info http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=259721


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    Quote Originally Posted by VTECH.SE View Post

    ((This will be for all yamaha from 2014 -))

    Will let you know more once ready. (hope max 2 weeks)
    2014? I was hoping to put this on my 2013 FRZ. Hate to void the warranty that is good until 2020.

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