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7 Map Race Controller

This controller has 7 base map settings, and allows the end user to run any of our pre-programmed settings, or calibrate their own fuel and ignition map. The controller has a 4500 RPM map for lower speed driving, and 8500 map for overall top speed. This is a 2000 RPM increase over [...]

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