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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-14-2013, 11:10 AM Thread Starter
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Unhappy ECU PN RREU07078 for Brutale 910 Eu3 needed.

Hi, the only problem to solve is getting this ECU (MV selling), not after market available in my country. Thanks! Giulio, BO IT.
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Welcome to the family !!!
Not sure what that part number is....does not look like a MV part number.....EPROM?
Anyway, lots of suppliers both new and used parts. Did you try StarTwin?

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In fact, this is a MAGNETI MARELLI ECU RACE KIT COMBINED WITH MV STAINLESS EXAUST SYSTEM NO KAT; but the Marelli ECU can be sold apart; last, part number is intended to Mareii ECU RREU07078. Thanks anyway for your advise. I hope I'll be finding it soon. Giulio, BO IT.
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I like those wheels !! Is this a 750, or a 910S? The pre 2007 bikes were Euro2 and use the 16M ECU ...for those the "kit" is a new EPROM ....the Euro3 spec bike with the 5SM ECU would be a complete new ECU. Those are generally available.
There are also firms who can remap the 5SM and burn EPROMs for the 16M.

Merc07 has an interesting thread about the 16M and Chris at X-Bikes can fix you up with a Microtec if you want to take it to a higher state of tune.

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I like those wheels !! Is this a 750, or a 910S? The pre 2007 bikes were Euro2 and use the 16M ECU ...for those the "kit" is a new EPROM ....the Euro3 spec bike with the 5SM ECU would be a complete new ECU. Those are generally available.
There are also firms who can remap the 5SM and burn EPROMs for the 16M.

Merc07 has an interesting thread about the 16M and Chris at X-Bikes can fix you up with a Microtec if you want to take it to a higher state of tune.
Thanks! Wheels are Marchesini's product in alu alloy 3,5 front and 6 rear; made for F4 first models, 750 and 910 up to 2007. The complete name is OTB Limited Edition by Tamburini. For a better view, please visit Evolutionbike at the wheel section...Giulio, BO IT.
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Hi there,

Maybe this ECU is something for you.
http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=71554

I get it by my MV Corse exhaust, but is not for my 750.
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Thanks! Wheels are Marchesini's product in alu alloy 3,5 front and 6 rear; made for F4 first models, 750 and 910 up to 2007. The complete name is OTB Limited Edition by Tamburini. For a better view, please visit Evolutionbike at the wheel section...Giulio, BO IT.
Sorry! This is a 910 S euro 3 2007 with 5SM ECU. ECU I'm looking for is included in a race kit SPSCI001B4 FOR 910 S/R euro 3. Infortunately this kit is out of sale in Italy, so I'll be searching over the Planet, if necessary. (I mean, ECU or full kit).
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Hi there,

Maybe this ECU is something for you.
http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=71554

I get it by my MV Corse exhaust, but is not for my 750.

This is also for a 910 EUR 3
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Sorry! This is a 910 S euro 3 2007 with 5SM ECU. ECU I'm looking for is included in a race kit SPSCI001B4 FOR 910 S/R euro 3. Infortunately this kit is out of sale in Italy, so I'll be searching over the Planet, if necessary. (I mean, ECU or full kit).
Hello, why don't you try Star Twin, I'm sure Andre can source the ECU separately for you? You can see on this link below, item 5013 the manifolds are similar to race kit SPSCI001B4. 5013 includes the ECU.

http://www.startwintrading.com/en/mo...ccessories/448
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Correct! It's the same item with a different code. Actually this is the race kit for Brutale S/R euro3! The original(factory) code is SPSCI001B4 only for 910 e3!!

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