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post #1 of 77 (permalink) Old 11-28-2012, 07:02 AM Thread Starter
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ECU for 900 triple one dollar

I almost soiled myself. for $1.00 I bought a new ECU on ebay a few minutes ago.

$10 US delivered. Procom brand. Seller pe88888 is 99%+ with thousands of feedbacks.

I wanted to buy all he had but just bought one spare and thought I would post my finding here.

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Thought Procom only made them for the twins?


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ECU $1 New Online. $10.00 us delivered.

today is 11- 28 -12 so this EBAY link will only be good for a short time.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=150952296308

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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Interesting.
Says it's for the 900 and 1200 engines of the trohpy and daytona.
I wonder how they do that?

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If I were taking a road trip, I would take a Procom high performance ECU over a Stock Gill any day. The "Test part" would be for liability as I suspect the rev limiter is unlimited. My Truimph went thru 2 Gill's in 36,000 miles.
For ten bucks its a cheap experiment.

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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I gambled the $10.

Now just wondering if it is programmable, and how much extra they will want for the software to do that.

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The software is a free download, at least it is for the twins.

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too good to be true ECU

I dont think its programmable. there is no dongle. Plug in and Ride.
as of 3pm they sold them all. All Gone.

Denny, I would really like to see you install yours first and report in.

Nick, goes to you too...let us know if you install it on this link please.

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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Ecu

I took the plunge for $10.00.
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