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post #11 of 249 (permalink) Old 07-01-2009, 04:17 PM
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Followed all these instructions last night and done this mod to my 06 raptor 700 worked great and love the new speeds.. thanks for posting this step by step informations.. good job

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post #12 of 249 (permalink) Old 10-12-2009, 01:16 PM
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Can anyone please post a pic or point to me the plug that I can unplug to try out if I should or shouldn't do this mod?
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Best way to get rid of speed limiter is to buy a dynotech ignition. I bought mine from DL700. He put in a custom curve for my mods and one for my future mods dude knows his stuff to.


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i made it ten minutes on the highway before my check engine light came on when i unpluged my sensor... get the ignition or ground the wire

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hi guys

i have the 09 700R and did the steps as above where i grounded the wire and have had no problems at all went from 125km to 134km did to a mates 09 700r same as mine no probs at all
but we did do it to another mates 07 700r and the bike would not start the only problem was when pushing the plug back in the black wire didn't reseat and pushed the wire out after we finally found this problem after about 3 hrs and a cpl beers we reseated the black wire and have had no problems with his bike as well
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quiestion!! if conect this cable baby blue, with a switch to ground, whith out umplug from de ecu, when I need most speed. obtain the same result

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quiestion!! if conect this cable baby blue, with a switch to ground, whith out umplug from de ecu, when I need most speed. obtain the same result

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There is no reason for a switch. Just disconnect the battery and ecu, ground the baby blue wire on the corner of the harness and call it a day. If you unplug the sensor on some bikes the rev limiter will still pull timing and there is no point and on some it works but the check engine light comes on and then run like crap. If you ground the wire the light will not come on and it will guaranteed remove the speed limiter. There are people on this forum that have ran this mod for years with no issues.
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There is no reason for a switch. Just disconnect the battery and ecu, ground the baby blue wire on the corner of the harness and call it a day. If you unplug the sensor on some bikes the rev limiter will still pull timing and there is no point and on some it works but the check engine light comes on and then run like crap. If you ground the wire the light will not come on and it will guaranteed remove the speed limiter. There are people on this forum that have ran this mod for years with no issues.
+1 I've had it done on mine for over a year and no problem at all works great! Gained almost 6 MPH on GPS and my Vapor.
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Here is a link to the past speed limiter removal topic also if anyone wants to read it. After a few pages people talk about what gains they have achieved from this mod.

https://www.raptorforum.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=48767

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post #20 of 249 (permalink) Old 10-20-2009, 07:34 PM
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Does this only benifit you in 5th gear??

I heard someone else talking about it retarding the timing etc.

I just want to make sure it is only in 5th. If so I am not too concerned because Im scaaaaarrrrrreeedd to go to fast on the top end so it really isnt an issue for me.

I like to get to my speeds in a hurry, but I have no biz going 75mph plus offroad if I am not in a roll cage .

I know I am a sissy

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