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  • Staples
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    Cant complain about that. Ill bet you are not in WA. We would never get anything done that quickly.

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  • taijohnsen
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    Originally posted by Staples View Post
    What's that repair cost if its deemed user error caused the problem?
    I nuked my elite 2500 with reverse polarity, told them exactly what I did and they were surprised I owned up to it.

    Was back in my car a week later repaired for $152

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  • Alexg
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    I think this is geared to the budget market that would normally just use a factory ecu but now they have this option if they want. I don't really see it as a problem of "they tukerjerbz".

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  • 10sec rx7
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    well if its defective out of the box then you have to send it back to the usa and deal with them..

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  • Staples
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    I only ask if its user error that makes it go kaput the costs involved because I presumed if it was defective it would be warranty? Or are you saying that outside of warranty they just bite the dust sometimes?

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  • 10sec rx7
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    Originally posted by Staples View Post
    What's that repair cost if its deemed user error caused the problem?
    If you blow up your Ecu? Holley is full replacement cost, most Australian ecus would be under a couple of hundred

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  • Staples
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    What's that repair cost if its deemed user error caused the problem?

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  • 10sec rx7
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    throw it away or send one back and get it repaired? i know what i would rather do and thats support australian made

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  • Alexg
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    Originally posted by 10sec rx7 View Post
    they work ok, they are 100% not repairable, so if you burn out the wideband or melt a wire and cook it then its in the bin...
    Does it matter? It's $1k us with harnesses, ecu, and sensor and screen. Imagine what a replacement ecu only is on the unlikely event it dies. It's pretty much a throw away ecu.

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  • 10sec rx7
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    they work ok, they are 100% not repairable, so if you burn out the wideband or melt a wire and cook it then its in the bin...

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  • Jason Broadhurst
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    Oh right, yeah the one which has been around a couple of years now.

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  • Staples
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    It's only been out a few days? Or are you referring to the dominator? From what I understand very similar programming.

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  • Jason Broadhurst
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    I've tuned two now. Fucking great easy gear.

    Not scalable, but they are not designed to be.

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  • briney
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    Originally posted by bpm View Post
    I wonder what Terminator X has to say about this. Donít believe the hype maybe?
    ain't nothin' butta ecu

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  • Do the safety dance.
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    Looks good.
    If I hadn't recently bought HPT I'd prob be on it.

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