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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 01-30-2018, 08:44 PM Thread Starter
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Ordered the new programmer yesterday from RVS with a stage 3 tune. Can't wait to get it and install. Thanks, ridin always a pleasure
Hope it adds some more kick

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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 04-06-2018, 04:31 AM
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its a great upgrade i have enjoyed it
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post #3 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-17-2018, 11:14 PM
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I have this being delivered tomorrow. Just stage one and Iím excited. It seems like I should get about a 10% increase in power. Also pumped for the fan to kick on at a cooler temp!

I just realized Iím in the scrambler forum not the sportsman but same engine anyway.

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I have this being delivered tomorrow. Just stage one and Iím excited. It seems like I should get about a 10% increase in power. Also pumped for the fan to kick on at a cooler temp!

I just realized Iím in the scrambler forum not the sportsman but same engine anyway.
post up a good Ďhonest Ď review please, iím trying to convince myself i need this , lol


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I have this being delivered tomorrow. Just stage one and Iím excited. It seems like I should get about a 10% increase in power. Also pumped for the fan to kick on at a cooler temp!

I just realized Iím in the scrambler forum not the sportsman but same engine anyway.
post up a good Ďhonest Ď review please, iím trying to convince myself i need this , lol


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Well I got the new program installed today. Initial thoughts are I am happy with it. On my property I have a ďdrag stripĒ marked off. My guess is itís about 400-500í long. Stock I would get up to about 61/62mph. On the new tune I was getting 63 most runs and 64 on 1 run. I think an almost 2mph increase in that distance is pretty good! Driving it around in my field and doing wheelies I could really notice an improvement. The throttle response seems much better and itíll wheelie much easier then stock-and it was clearly easy to do stock but with the tune itís crazy easy. This is on grass/field so traction is good. Rpm went from about 7400 to about 8100! Low is a beast. The fan now kicks on at 190 and off at 180. I was afraid I was gonna waste $500 and not notice a difference. Itís not like night and day difference but there is definitely an improvement in power and throttle response. Iíll be able to test it more on some trails in the next few days but wanted to share my 1st thoughts. Also it was very easy to use the power vision and Ryan at RVS was great.

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Well I got the new program installed today. Initial thoughts are I am happy with it. On my property I have a ďdrag stripĒ marked off. My guess is itís about 400-500í long. Stock I would get up to about 61/62mph. On the new tune I was getting 63 most runs and 64 on 1 run. I think an almost 2mph increase in that distance is pretty good! Driving it around in my field and doing wheelies I could really notice an improvement. The throttle response seems much better and itíll wheelie much easier then stock-and it was clearly easy to do stock but with the tune itís crazy easy. This is on grass/field so traction is good. Rpm went from about 7400 to about 8100! Low is a beast. The fan now kicks on at 190 and off at 180. I was afraid I was gonna waste $500 and not notice a difference. Itís not like night and day difference but there is definitely an improvement in power and throttle response. Iíll be able to test it more on some trails in the next few days but wanted to share my 1st thoughts. Also it was very easy to use the power vision and Ryan at RVS was great.
thanks for update, much appreciated


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I am also waiting for mine to come. Ordered today for my 17 scrambler xp1000. I’ll post a review as soon as I receive it and do some testing.

I got stage 1 also so probably not a lot more power just that little extra throttle response and lower fan on temps.
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I am also waiting for mine to come. Ordered today for my 17 scrambler xp1000. Iíll post a review as soon as I receive it and do some testing.

I got stage 1 also so probably not a lot more power just that little extra throttle response and lower fan on temps.
what are your thoughts on reflash so far ??


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post #10 of 21 (permalink) Old 08-17-2018, 05:19 PM
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My opinion is it is awesome. I had a problem with mine when I nailed the throttle that it would hit the rev limiter right away and keep bouncing off of it. The flash from RVS totally cleaned it up. The throttle response now is on point and it runs like a 1000 should.

I would recommend RVS to anyone and everyone that has a Scrambler and wants that little extra out of it.

Also with the Power commander I can download the software off their site and and fine tune it more if u chose too. The tune from RVS is perfect in my opionion though.
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