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Gary

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PostSubject: cdi box   cdi box EmptyFri Apr 18, 2008 7:46 am

looking on the net an ran across this site posted Dynaonline.com ? does this mean or could it fit the 700 rhino what do yaw think Gary
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PostSubject: Re: cdi box   cdi box EmptyFri Apr 18, 2008 9:04 am

All that will do is let you adjust the fuel maps that are programmed into your ECU. They will not do anything for your Rev limits or timing curves. This is what you need if you put a new Air intake or exhaust on your 700 to adjust the lean condition you may develope. I would save my money and wait for a plug and play replacement ECU to come out for the Rhino, and then dont buy the first one until they are proven to perform correctly. A complete new ECU for a fuel injected machine is much more technical and harder to develope than a CDI unit on a Carb model. That is why there is not one out yet. After almost 3 years out, there is still not one available for the 700 Grizzly. As a matter of fact there is only one company that I know of that has ever produced a complete plug and play ECU for any ATV, and they are here http://www.velocitydevices.com/ This Company has developed one for the 700 Suzuki Kingquad and the 700 Arctic Cat (same motor) They have been proven to be great products, and this company is supposed to be working on one for the 700 Rhino, only due to the great demand for one. If I had a 700 Rhino, I would wait on one from them. Expect to pay about $600.00 for it.
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PostSubject: Re: cdi box   cdi box EmptyFri Apr 18, 2008 2:39 pm

i am still confused to why they will cost so much. I was reading a Dirt Wheels mag a couple of months ago and noticed an ECU for the LTR450 was only 40 bucks. I just googled it and thats right. Here's what it said...
MotoWorks Suzuki LTR 450 ECU Bypass $39.99 $34.99

Suzuki LTR 450 2006 ECU Bypass �Because horsepower is a terrible thing to waste.� The Motoworks ECU Bypass has been developed and engineered to pull the absolute maximum performance from your engine. As the name implies, our ECU bypasses the OEM rev limiter and stock fuel map restrictions. The result, is more than 1000 peak RPM and increased fuel flow which translate into serious power gains. The Motoworks ECU Bypass features Motoworks �Plug-In� technology, so it installs in minutes without tools. There�s simply no easier way to increase performance. The Motoworks ECU Bypass is a must have with the Motoworks SR4 Exhaust to set your quad free.
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PostSubject: Re: cdi box   cdi box EmptyFri Apr 18, 2008 3:56 pm

I have no idea what that is, unless Suzuki engineered into their bikes the ability to bypass the ECU for Racing purposes. As far as the Rhino, Alba and rigid industries are saying they will have one out in late April or May. No prices yet. I would not want to be the first to try one. I'd wait to see what the bugs are, if any.
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