ECU Removal in 30 minutes or less

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Max Warrior
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Re: ECU Removal in 30 minutes or less

Post by Max Warrior » Fri Dec 28, 2018 6:46 pm


Worked like a charm for me. I missed the tip about removing the rubber piece at first but after a re-read of the instructions, I had no problem.
Thanks for the write up!
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Re: ECU Removal in 30 minutes or less

Post by cOoTeR » Fri Dec 28, 2018 10:17 pm


Max Warrior wrote:
Fri Dec 28, 2018 6:46 pm
Worked like a charm for me. I missed the tip about removing the rubber piece at first but after a re-read of the instructions, I had no problem.
Thanks for the write up!
Glad to hear. Putting back in is a little easier.
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Re: ECU Removal in 30 minutes or less

Post by KiwiKodi » Sat Jan 12, 2019 5:13 pm


Humph. I pulled mine a couple days before this post. Had a mare of a time. Managed to strip one of the mirror bolts. Had to dremel it from beneath then drill and re tap it. Now I have about 100 screws, hoses and electrical plugs and can’t remember where everything went. Got badly messed about with couriers (UK to Florida - vcyclenut) so a 1 week turn around has needed up being over 6 weeks. Forgotten everything now 😳

FYI David at vcyclenut had it turned around same day he received it.
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Re: ECU Removal in 30 minutes or less

Post by Switch18 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 5:30 pm


KiwiKodi wrote:
Sat Jan 12, 2019 5:13 pm
Humph. I pulled mine a couple days before this post. Had a mare of a time. Managed to strip one of the mirror bolts. Had to dremel it from beneath then drill and re tap it. Now I have about 100 screws, hoses and electrical plugs and can’t remember where everything went. Got badly messed about with couriers (UK to Florida - vcyclenut) so a 1 week turn around has needed up being over 6 weeks. Forgotten everything now 😳

FYI David at vcyclenut had it turned around same day he received it.
Have you tested out your new found power yet?
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Re: ECU Removal in 30 minutes or less

Post by KiwiKodi » Sat Jan 12, 2019 6:24 pm


Switch18 wrote:
Sat Jan 12, 2019 5:30 pm
KiwiKodi wrote:
Sat Jan 12, 2019 5:13 pm
Humph. I pulled mine a couple days before this post. Had a mare of a time. Managed to strip one of the mirror bolts. Had to dremel it from beneath then drill and re tap it. Now I have about 100 screws, hoses and electrical plugs and can’t remember where everything went. Got badly messed about with couriers (UK to Florida - vcyclenut) so a 1 week turn around has needed up being over 6 weeks. Forgotten everything now 😳

FYI David at vcyclenut had it turned around same day he received it.
Have you tested out your new found power yet?
It’s just left Heathrow on its way back to me so I’m hoping to get it back sometime this week. Then......😬
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