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    Nizpro diy ecu flash

    Considering flashing my sho 250. Still under warranty. If there is a warranty issue, and you flash your ecu back to stock, can the Yamaha mechanics detect that? Worried about voiding my warranty.

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    if you are worried about warranty dont flash it before any warranty work is done at the dealership i use yamaha wants to see a history.

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    Idk diy flash but a hydro Tec flash can be installed and removed with out trace and offer support right here in the USA they answer questions like this when you call they also test it on their in house motor so it’s is true plug and play diy and then have a issue and then have to diy an phone call in the middle of the night to troubleshoot they aren’t even working on the same day as here it’s a nightmare

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  4. Iowa/Wisconsin/Hunting & Gun Lodge/Stroker Moderator Wags's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by StrokerSmoker View Post
    Idk diy flash but a hydro Tec flash can be installed and removed with out trace and offer support right here in the USA they answer questions like this when you call they also test it on their in house motor so it’s is true plug and play diy and then have a issue and then have to diy an phone call in the middle of the night to troubleshoot they aren’t even working on the same day as here it’s a nightmare
    I agree 100%
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