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Our ECU runs differently than the OEM ECU. Sometimes issues on the machine will show up with our ECU, while the OEM seems to operate fine. Below is a list of common issues, and how to resolve them so that you can get your machine back into peak operating condition.TECHNICAL SUPPORT SHEET
In order for our ECU to operate correctly, it requires the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) to be centered. In many cases, your ATV was delivered from the factory with it offset to one side.This will cause hard starting, poor throttle response, and stalling with our ECU. Centering the TPS is easy, and has been outlined in the following instructions: TPS...
In order for the ECU to start and idle properly, it requires the Idle Speed Control (ISC) valve zero value to be measured. The auto calibration procedure determines the optimum "throttle stop" position for your machine.