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Old 10-12-2017, 07:55 AM   #1521
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It will. There is a lot of potential there and the chassis is good. The feel and sound of the engine is great. However it needs the just off throttle response that my fully Ivanized Gen II had. There is a tuner that has a lot of references over on the FZ10 forum, but I trust you Ivan.

Your products and support led me to purchase all my PCIII, IM, plates, FCE, block offs, filter and full Yosh system way back when. I’d love to send my ECU to you for a Ivanized flash. The bike is definitely worthy of your work, and with the MT name designation coming, looks like it will stay for a while. The sound alone while using the quickshifter is worth the price of admission. I’m going to need an exhaust as well... I have a take-off R1 header waiting.
If you have time Wonger come ride with us this weekend (Sunday). Meeting at TWO of Suches about 9am.

I've ridden the FZ10 and its a blast. Had one for the weekend and put it through its paces. You are right on the fueling, but that bike stock is almost like a flashed FZ1. Its a freight train!
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Old 10-26-2017, 08:03 PM   #1522
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800 bucks to flash an ECU? not including a PC? yikes
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Old 10-26-2017, 11:52 PM   #1523
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800 bucks to flash an ECU? not including a PC? yikes
Huh? Who charges $800 to flash an ECU?
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Old 10-27-2017, 02:02 AM   #1524
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800 bucks to flash an ECU? not including a PC? yikes
Re-read my form slowly and you'll see that is the amount of insurance coverage that you should purchase. ...

The correct amount of insurance for a north American FZ1 is $500.00

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Old 10-27-2017, 06:18 AM   #1525
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If you have time Wonger come ride with us this weekend (Sunday). Meeting at TWO of Suches about 9am.

I've ridden the FZ10 and its a blast. Had one for the weekend and put it through its paces. You are right on the fueling, but that bike stock is almost like a flashed FZ1. Its a freight train!
Sorry, I missed the post. I'll meet up with you guys some time...
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Old 10-27-2017, 02:23 PM   #1526
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Re-read my form slowly and you'll see that is the amount of insurance coverage that you should purchase. ...

The correct amount of insurance for a north American FZ1 is $500.00

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ooooh I'm sorry, I did mis-read
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