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This is a discussion about High Power Grudge Bikes Use T.R.E? within the Tuning Performance section, where you will Engine mods-Tuning talk for all Sport Bikes Every little bit helps!; Originally Posted by IBSRJOE The simple answer to your question is do not waste your money on a TRE, ever. I would be happy to give you pointers on the ECU editing but apparently that's

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBSRJOE View Post
    The simple answer to your question is do not waste your money on a TRE, ever. I would be happy to give you pointers on the ECU editing but apparently that's against the site rules, so I cant help you there unfortunately.
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    Its tooo easy to just answer this guy question!!! geez come on guys...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Okcboi View Post
    You can ditch that and just get rid of it use a ecu editor program nowadays.
    Quote Originally Posted by maverick720 View Post
    Exactly. Your going to end up with a completely custom timing map for maximum power and ride-ability.

    @johnny-- Timing Retard Eliminator. It restored the timing that was pulled from the factory timing map in your lower gears to help "save" the rider.
    Quote Originally Posted by srmotorman View Post
    If you're not tuning ignition timing, you're not making big power.
    Thanks guys thats what I though just wanted to get a lil comfirmation cause my next move is ECUEDITOR. I appreciate all you guys info and inputs trying to get more familiar what what I do need n what's unnecessary in a grudge bike setup as far as electronics go I'm trying to be as simple as possible, but have everything I need
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