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Old 05-24-2017, 05:17 PM
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Default Raze Wingman vs PR2 ECU

Hey Guys, Just wondering if anyone has any experience with either of these. I have a Husky 501 and want to get an ecu for next season and am just trying to see which one people are happier with. Also, can you run these all year round? or do you need to take it out for summer. Any help would be appreciated.

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Old 05-24-2017, 06:45 PM
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I have the same bike fe501 and plan on doing the same. I also am curious on what the difference is? I think its the same vortex ecu but with diff mapping. Im prob gunna go with the pr2 just because i think its less money and has great reviews.
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I am running the pr2 on my 17 husky 450. It has 4 dials on it so you can custom tune low, midrange, and high rpm that come set on 5 for the average user and can be tweaked for mods and the forth dial is for the 10 different maps you can choose from. There are two regular snowbike maps that change fuel and rpm settings, three snow cross race maps for race fuel, a couple powder maps, and then two stock dirt maps. You can also zero your tps with this ecu by holding kill switch down and trying to start bike. Also with the remapping of the fuel curve for the bike needs and not letting the bike go into choke mode is a game changer in performance.

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Hi!

I have Husky FE501 '16 & TS MH ST '16.
I ready to buy PR2 ECU.
I wrote Jeff and the PR2 contacts, but I did not get a response.
Tell me where else can I buy PR2 ECU.

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Jeff is back in the shop now, give him a call! Just received mine from him.
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I'd like to bring this thread back from the dead as winter is in the back of my mind with my first snowbike build starting.

I'm really interested in what you guys have to say regarding the comparison of these two products. The statements seem cohesively decided of the improvement an ECU brings to the bikes.

If anyone has tried both products please share any comparisons/differences.

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I have a 16 KTM 500xc that I'm looking to do something with also. Been playing phone tag with RAZE. I really would like to talk to someone who has had either one on a 500XC
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I'd like to bring this thread back from the dead as winter is in the back of my mind with my first snowbike build starting.

I'm really interested in what you guys have to say regarding the comparison of these two products. The statements seem cohesively decided of the improvement an ECU brings to the bikes.

If anyone has tried both products please share any comparisons/differences.


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I have a Pr2 on my 14.5 KTM 450 SXF. Best thing that I did to the bike by far. It is on its way back to Pr2 now to be reprogrammed for the Thumper Racing 520 kit that has been installed. Jeff is reprogramming it for me at no cost since I just purchased the ECU earlier this year. I don't know anything about the Raze except they are a lot more expensive. I ran my Pr2 ECU on the third map all of the time. Higher rev limit, more and cleaner power, easy starting, no cold weather overfueling, etc. Very high marks for Pr2!!!! Jeff is easy to get in touch with and explains every question patiently. Best service that I have ever received from an aftermarket product manufacturer.
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