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Renli owners... We are trying to develop an adjustable fuel controller for the renli rl1100. We would need to borrow an ECU to do the programming. We would cover all of the costs for the shipping and the R&D. Then you would get your ecu returned along with a new fuel controller for free. If you are interested in the please contact us at

SilverBullet Motorsports

928-344-2117

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