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F4 750 Rg3 Eprom

I'm very close to getting my hands on RG3 cans from one of the forum members Looking into an EPROM, I know MERC07 is a suitable option, but have come across an MV special parts EPROM for the F4 750 marked DNX RG3.

I have a fairly low engine number Y01884. Will this be okay for what I want to use it for?

If not I will go down the route with a datalogger and MERC07.

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Have that EPROM chip n my 750s fitted with SPR downpipes and RG3, bike ran OK but still benefitted from a PC111.

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Hey Jimbo, the seller said it would not be suitable for my bike so I guess I will talk to Adam about some help.

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The MV Special parts EPROM was supplied with the RG3 when I bought the pipes, I also got a second EPROM supplied with the SPR downpipes, so that's what I fittec. Bike ran good,however some dyno work made it better particularly at low rpm and small throttle %.

Adam has copied my EPROM and mapped my PC111 before and built up a library of data, so he should have a very good idea of what is needed. My bike is an early F4 750, low engine number and they certainly got stronger as development went on.

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Mate, Thanks heaps for the advice. Are you saying I would need a PCIII as well. I have access to a dyno, although I'm not after a rocket ship, just a nice tune avoiding running too lean.

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For fine tuning nothing beats dyno time, but for getting pretty close Adam can do that with a supplied EPROM chip.

I managed to coax 124.6bhp out my early old girl and that's never going to set the world on fire but was a good deal better than some early examples I saw.

That's without lifting the head and doing some work, but now we are talking money which I never seem to have!

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That is all good info. I suppose if I wanted a world beater I would not have bought a 16 year old 750. Plenty enough to lose my license which seems to be getting easier and easier in our country. I was looking at the new CBR 1000s and thinking you could never really get to use it. Must be riding the clutch in town.

Adam is in contact with me and looking for some of your old files. Man I love this place. Super useful resource.

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If Adam cannot find the files he and I only live a mile apart so no problem getting g a mirror copy of my chip and map.

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Puuuuurfect!

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