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yes send me a pm ha ha
 
 
 
don't worry I have sent you one


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Can you pm me details about buying a chip mate?
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Originally posted by Baldymick Baldymick wrote:

Can you pm me details about buying a chip mate?
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try his website

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Originally posted by redratbike redratbike wrote:

Originally posted by Baldymick Baldymick wrote:

Can you pm me details about buying a chip mate?
Mick
try his website

Google forza aprilia


I just bought one off him from ebay. Not got it yet mind.

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fenderleft is his ebay ID


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Hi budy, I've got my bike chipped already, I'm interested to know the difference really. There's ones on eBay for sale, £50 they are from Germany, looks the exact same chip.
If you don't get yours, have a look!
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Originally posted by Baldymick Baldymick wrote:

Hi budy, I've got my bike chipped already, I'm interested to know the difference really. There's ones on eBay for sale, £50 they are from Germany, looks the exact same chip.
If you don't get yours, have a look!
and there in lies the problem

They are just generic chips but with altered maps uploaded,just because it looks the same please don't make the mistake it actually is


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LOL
   Sounds like Gabro talking Wink
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Very interested in this eprom 

can anyone confirm how easy fitting the eprom is ?
Im an not a huge fan of un soldering and re soldering things as if it can go wrong them it will 
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They are easy to fit,
 
static electricity can kill chips so ideally you need to ground yourself before you start, touch a water pipe or tap for example .
 
Remove ecu from bike
Remove cover from ecu
Observe orientation of current ecu
using a small flat blade screwdriver pry the existing chip out of the socket
insert new chip (observing orientation)
reinstall cover
fit ecu back to bike
start bike - go for a ride.
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Originally posted by kiwi_rsvr kiwi_rsvr wrote:

They are easy to fit,
 
static electricity can kill chips so ideally you need to ground yourself before you start, touch a water pipe or tap for example .
 
Remove ecu from bike
Remove cover from ecu
Observe orientation of current ecu
using a small flat blade screwdriver pry the existing chip out of the socket
insert new chip (observing orientation)
reinstall cover
fit ecu back to bike
start bike - go for a ride.

no mention of soldering woohoo once my falco is running properly a new eprom will be on the shopping list 
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I think there is still a guide in the how to but yes its easy
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You will more than likely need to adjust the trim pots after fitting the chip. Having the throttle bodies sync'd when fitting one of these superb FR chips will bring out the best performance of it.

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I just sent him a message asking what chip I'd need. Feels like my bike needs some money spent on it. Jus dont tell the missus lol
ive just got my first vtwin and i think i got the right one
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Are Forza still open as emailed him and no response can anyone recommend another supplier?
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Ask,griff he may have some,on the shelf


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Have you messaged him on here or his own site, I found it a waste of time on here but on forzaaprilia easy.
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Griff usually keeps some at AP HQ, worth ringing the shop.

Or jump onto the Facebook AP page and Tag Ed Elliot in a post - that's Forza. Thumbs Up

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on his site mate
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I dont think grs gettin emails from his site as I never got a rwply. I got hold of him on Facebook ap page
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I couldn't get hold of him through his site. But i did have success when i sent him a ebay message. He's on ebay and thats where i bought mine from. try that - apologise if this has already been said.
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Hi all

I'm still about
PM me on here
Or via Facebook Ed Elliott
My website is forzaapriliaracing.co.uk
Cheers people 😺😺

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I PMd you on FB mate need a chip asap for RSVR 06 hooked box and open exhaustBig smile
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Don't think you can chip a gen 2, power commander and remap needed ?
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Originally posted by ForzaApriliaRacing ForzaApriliaRacing wrote:

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I'm still about
PM me on here
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Originally posted by bigchris bigchris wrote:

I PMd you on FB mate need a chip asap for RSVR 06 hooked box and open exhaustBig smile
chris....not many people have cracked that ecu ...possibly gabro but he is busy doing rsv4's and caponord 1200's so I think has stopped development at the moment and a guy in new York..thats it as said its a power commander to get more out of a gen2


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Well why advertise it??
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Originally posted by bigchris bigchris wrote:

Well why advertise it??
he doesn't..he does eproms for gen1 rsv,tuono and falcos and airboxes for  those and gen2 rsv and tuono's
 
 
no where does it say gen2 eproms/chips/maps??????????


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Yeah yeah just seen that lol😁😆
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I just want to say a massive thank you to ED
The man has been so impressive to deal with and so professional from me making contact with him and chatting about my mods future plans and what I needed to get the best from what I have
So after a little chatting the fr200 chip was the best to suit me and my application. Easy fast and simple transaction! (Just how I like it)
Couple of days later my chip arrived.
I whipped the eddy Ecu out and opened it up to find it didn't have an eddy chip but had already been replaced with an fr100 chip!
Needless to say I ripped that out and inserted my new shiny fr200 chip. Gave the bike a polish and went to bed lol.
Got out on it this morning...
Just wow, instantly I could tell the difference on pulling off my drive and down the road, the bike is silky smooth low down from idle, before it was "lumpy or fluffy" however you may choose to describe it lol.
But now it's just so rideable from no revs at all. The power and torque from idle on wards now has no longer got the empty gap it had before between 4-6k. I'm astonished at how linear the powerband is, it's responsive in any gear, at any speed, at any revs! A massive thumbs up to Ed and I seriously erge people to go out mod a little and get in touch with Ed at forza aprilia racing!

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