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    Posted: 09 Jan 2018 at 20:50
Just about to fit an open airbox and big airboot to my 03 Mille and will need an eprom to suit,i have the chance of a Gianelli one but that's all i know about it,anyway i can find some info about these?
Searched on Google which had one hit that would suggest it would be ok but not much info about.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Spoonz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 Jan 2018 at 21:06
Get a forza one from ed. A lot of those supplied with cans were no better than the stock eeprom or worse (arrow for example)

The fact there is not much info suggests very few were were sold which is not much of an endorsement .
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I know nothing about then but I have a Forza one (AP sell them) as do many on here and it works very well with the mods you have. Add a modded collector as well to get the real benefit of the mods you have already done. Get all your mods done first as the chip you need will change (For example with and without the modded collector uses a different chip)
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I know about the Forza ones and which i will need for the different mods just trying to get some info on the Gianelli one as a couple of posts found via Google seem to suggest decent results but they are old posts so wondered if anyone on here had first hand experience.
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I had a FR100 and one of my air trays on my Racing and they worked really well.

You only need the FR200 if you are using an open air box and modded collector.

On mY mille I have 54mm throttle bodies, arrow link pipes, one of my air trays, PCIII and an FR200. I'll be getting on a dyno and I'm looking forward to finding out how it goes!!
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I have a 01 RSV mill (RP), I just fitted 54mm throttle bodies with billet dual velocity stacks..

I also have the bigger boot with the Evo Air box, custom collector mod, Evo Ti Exhaust, SBK chip, PC3,

I’m going to book onto a Dyno again, I was there a few months back with a stock chip, collector mod, stubby can, Evo box and I came in at 120bhp.. had a couple of dips 6k &9k.. but now with the other mods that mid range hits like a hammer and just constant rush of power up to the red line.
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Aprilia EPROM
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