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2016 Kymco 450i ECU


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I bought a 2016 450i uxv.  I got  a pretty good deal on it and knew it wasn’t firing hoping that it would be something simple. Turns out the ecu is bad, simple but expensive.  The dealer is telling parts might be 6 months to a year to get here.  Anybody know where I can get one?

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