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Old 12-14-2010, 07:45 PM   #231
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Originally Posted by GSQuester
I would like to hear from Poolside, specifically about his "hotrodding" device, and whether there's any likelihood of it potentially causing premature failure of any stock components.

But I'm wondering if it isn't also possible that regardless of why they've designed the fuel delivery system and algorithms to work the way they do, messing with those parameters could cause reliability problems...

Hey there Quester. That's a good question.

The devices are not capable of damaging any hardware component on the bike. And electrically, there's no way for the circuits to malfunction in a way that could harm any electrical component on the bike.

As a side note, it isn't really possible for the ECU to damage the motor. What I mean by that is, there isn't any operational mode of the ECU program that can cause damage to the motor.


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