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2001 adventurer will not fit.

Well shoot, my 2002 Adventurer has a different connection.
Easy Come Easy Go. Mine has a larger connection with more pins.

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Mine came today too. Man this thing is HEAVY!!!

Looks like the weather will be nice enough for the next 2 days I should be able to check it out a little bit.

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I could ease you pain and take that bad boy off your hands. I've got the little 10 pin connector

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Are there any more of these available? Would love to have a spare.

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Too Many Pins I have ... for the 10 Pin ECU

wrong connection for my adventurer. And no, I will not sell it for a dollar.

It was asked .."are there more?"

None that I can find.

Procom offered 4 heavy duty preproduction ECU's basicially for free on Ebay. Go Figure.
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Steve......2001 Adventurer modifications & repairs.
~ ground down Steering stops for better turning radius.
~ Aftermarket Windshield & Hi-way pegs
~ Motocross Handlebars, risers and fabricated bar ends
~ Ignitech my 3rd ECU after 2 failed Gills.

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What makes you think I was offering you a whole dollar?

Have fun with it

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wrong connection for my adventurer. And no, I will not sell it for a dollar.

It was asked .."are there more?"

None that I can find.

Procom offered 4 heavy duty preproduction ECU's basicially for free on Ebay. Go Figure.
You can always swap out the main wiring harness. Those come up on ebay fairly often for not too much.

Or you could figure out how to wire in a conversion jumper.....
Not so easy as it's been tried once unsuccessfully due to a lack of complete wiring diagrams for the bikes with the 18 pin connectors.

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I have a good programmable ECU. I was buying this as a spare or something to resell.
No way I have the talent or time to fabricate an electrical conversion.
Thinking $150 Ebay at this point.

Steve......2001 Adventurer modifications & repairs.
~ ground down Steering stops for better turning radius.
~ Aftermarket Windshield & Hi-way pegs
~ Motocross Handlebars, risers and fabricated bar ends
~ Ignitech my 3rd ECU after 2 failed Gills.
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You probably should have taken the first offer you received.

Mine does not work at all.

I tried all switch positions intended for 900cc triples..... nutting.

Reconnected the stock one and it fired right up.

BTW I have over 50,000 miles on mine and still using the same igniter that was on the bike when I got it at 12,000 miles. I assume it is original but have no way to confirm that.

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