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    As mention previously, the Riva Tuning Library only shows Stock 8000 for his ski, 19 FX SVHO. Here's some pages from the library for comparison though. Some are GP 1800 since there was only the one for the FX. Personally, I always go 93 and that certainly covers the 91+ issue/concern.





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    The stage 1 plus AGR tune is not available for the fx svho. At least it doesn’t show on my maptuner software as a tune I can load to the ski. I’ve sent Jesus a email regarding this. Awaiting his reply.


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    Thanks for all the help guys. This is great info.. I think the moral of the story is that for $1000 or so you have a tool you can sue to tune and modify your machine. A must-have for anyone making changes. But for someone who wants to stay mild like me, bump the revs up a bit and remove speed limiter I am not sure is a few MPHs increase is with the 1000 bucks. It’s a $300 to $500 good decision IMO for my situation.

    perhaps I am thinking about this all wrong. I believe on GPS I am seeing 68/69 as it is.

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    i think you can send ur ecu to deans team for a tune for 500

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    just looked 550

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaterDR View Post
    Any benefit to a tune on an otherwise stock machine? And yet not risk warranty?
    On a 2019 you absolutely need a ride plate if you reflash the ECU and go faster than stock.

    You can reflash the ECU yourself in minutes using the MaptunerX tuning bundle package. They are sold here in the GreenHulk Store at a discounted price https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=4250

    This is the ride plate you need. Use the discount code greenhulk to save $30 off the listed price
    https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=6569

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaterDR View Post
    Thanks for all the help guys. This is great info.. I think the moral of the story is that for $1000 or so you have a tool you can sue to tune and modify your machine. A must-have for anyone making changes. But for someone who wants to stay mild like me, bump the revs up a bit and remove speed limiter I am not sure is a few MPHs increase is with the 1000 bucks. It’s a $300 to $500 good decision IMO for my situation.

    perhaps I am thinking about this all wrong. I believe on GPS I am seeing 68/69 as it is.

    With a stage 1+ tune you'll be at 75 or better with much better acceleration. Its not just about MPH

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaterDR View Post
    Thanks for all the help guys. This is great info.. I think the moral of the story is that for $1000 or so you have a tool you can sue to tune and modify your machine. A must-have for anyone making changes. But for someone who wants to stay mild like me, bump the revs up a bit and remove speed limiter I am not sure is a few MPHs increase is with the 1000 bucks. It’s a $300 to $500 good decision IMO for my situation.

    perhaps I am thinking about this all wrong. I believe on GPS I am seeing 68/69 as it is.
    2nd the Dean's Team option. For the money and his knowledge of the Yamaha skis, it's hard to beat. If you want to add more mods, send your ECU his way and he'll change your tune for you. He's a great guy to work with and cares about the tunes he puts in skis. He considers all the factors, not a one fits all approach. Removing the ECU is a piece of cake. No worries there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShawnInFL View Post
    2nd the Dean's Team option. For the money and his knowledge of the Yamaha skis, it's hard to beat. If you want to add more mods, send your ECU his way and he'll change your tune for you. He's a great guy to work with and cares about the tunes he puts in skis. He considers all the factors, not a one fits all approach. Removing the ECU is a piece of cake. No worries there.

    If you can find someone local who has a map tuner they can flash your ski for you as well if you don't want to buy the tuner or send your ecu out. I have tuned skis for several people locally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    On a 2019 you absolutely need a ride plate if you reflash the ECU and go faster than stock.

    You can reflash the ECU yourself in minutes using the MaptunerX tuning bundle package. They are sold here in the GreenHulk Store at a discounted price https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=4250

    This is the ride plate you need. Use the discount code greenhulk to save $30 off the listed price
    https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=6569
    what is the advantage of the ride plate with a stock tune?

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