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The OEM replacement computer for the Raptor 700 is here!


Some of the functions -
- Easy to use software - www.efidude.com for free downloads
- Fully programmable fuel tables
- Fully programmable spark tables
- Boost control
- Load vs. RPM mapping
- Closed loop 02 sensing
- Data Logging for every second of run-time
- Ablility to change maps without a laptop computer
- Fuel PSI
- Nitrous solenoid driver
- Up to 15 rider specific fuel and ignition maps
- Self-tuning

This state of the art computer offers the most user-friendly software for easy
tuning and ultimate adaptability. Also, the service and support supercedes that
of any other after-market manufacturer.

We are working with and looking for numerous after-market modification companies
to develop mail-order systems for end-users in their various markets.

Installation Instructions
- Tools required = Hands
- Step 1 = unplug stock computer
- Step 2 = plug in our RaceGrade computer and start the mods...

Retail Cost -

OEM Computer $399.00

W/ 02 option $549.00

Please call for questions, comments, sales, or support.

Patrick Nichols
Technical Support/Sales
714-458-4555/[email protected]

pics coming very soon...
 

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F'n cool efidude! Does this unit do anything with the top speed limit saga??
 

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How durable is it? I race MX and need something thats not gonna go bonkers after some heavy racing and jumping. Ive been holding off buying something because I wanted something fully adjustable, fuel and spark.
 

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RaceGrade said:
I'M NOT SURE WHAT YOU MEAN BY SPEED LIMIT. IT HAS BUILT IN REV LIMITERS, BUT THERE IS NOTHING TO STOP YOU FROM GOING TOO FAST...
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Im not about to question your extentsive knowledge on Fuel injection and such, but I am worried about your knowledge on the 700's fuel injection/computer system in general if you dont know about the speed sensor that retards the timing in 5th gear! It measures the output shaft (counter shaft) rpm's and thus "limits" the topspeed of the machine using a programmed rpm limit that results in a "retarded timing" effect. If you simply unplug this device you gain a good 6-8mph in 5th gear, and you have a lot more pull.

This is a big concern to a lot of us who want maximum power and speed out of our machines. Until now the only way around this sensor is unplugging it, which for most results in a check engine light eventually which takes plugging it back in and roling forward to extinguish. Once the check engine does come on it then retards the timing just like if it was plugged in.
 

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The RaceGrade ECU does not use the speed sensor's input, therfore it will not retard the timing or effect the bike's performance in any way. The computer does not get confused at all.
 

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RaceGrade said:
The RaceGrade ECU does not use the speed sensor's input, therfore it will not retard the timing or effect the bike's performance in any way. The computer does not get confused at all.
Sweet, good to hear! :thumbsup:
 

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700rider said:
So, to make adjustments does it connect to a lab top or computer.


...........and are there preprogrammed maps......for a starting point?
 

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Initial maps have already been created, and we are working to come up with packages that can be mail order, but if an end user would like to tune their own bikes up, that would be fine. You would need a laptop and an 02 sensor for that. The 02 sensor would give you rich or lean compensation in the software, hence, self-tuning...
 

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so the replacement computer is $400 and if you want to run an O2 sensor it's an additional $150. Is it a different computer, or are you selling the oxygen sensor for $150. If we don't run an oxygen sensor, could it be dyno tuned, or tune by checking the plugs kind of like a power commander?
 

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You cant tune anything by checking the plug that is a unsafe methos of doing things. Yes it will tell you if your running to rich or lean but you will never know by how much until hooking up a wideband 02. Thats what im guessing you get for the extra $150 ids the wideband 02 sensor and whatever connectivity is needed. If you tune on the dyno they have them there and you dont need one on the quad thats just for self tuning off road
 

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Ok so with the o2 sensor you can do your own tuneing so does it come with the cord to connect to the computer. What is included in the $399 package and what is included in the $549 package does it come with the weld in burg. What will we need to self tune it. Will there be anything else to buy for the self tuneing. Been waiting for this for a while now want to make sure I got everything right before jumping in. Are they ready for shipping or is there a wait on these. How long can we expect for shipping.
 

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Are there any aftermarket pipes coming with the O2 sensor option? Have waited to upgade system before spending any money on major motor upgrades.
 

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Cant wait to hear more about this. Im still playing with a PC3. My AEM AFR gauge with Wideband O2 will be here friday. Ill be reading.
 

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The computer plugs in directly and has a communication cable. The extra 150.00 is for the
02 enabling inside the ECU plus the sensor. The 02 function is for tuning on a dyno for the most precise readings of Air-Fuel ratio. This allows for the self-tuning function to get the motor close, and then fine tuning on a dyno. This gives you cold start mapping, air temp compensations, manifold PSI compensations, full-throttle comp., and much more. You can tune for whatever you want personally, maw power, max torque, or just driveability. The options can be endless.
 

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So can you advance or retard the timing using this? :3question:
Does this provide the same or greater level of protection that the stock computer does, so will it light up the check engine light when things are going awry? One example I can think of is I have heard there is a sensor for rollovers that shuts off the engine, will this unit provide that protection as well as the other protection provided in the stock computer unit or will it provide even more protection?
 
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