I know what you mean. I bought the first thing that came out. I wonder what else will hit the market in the next few months.
But I got a deal I couldn't refuse. Since to positive reviews posted here, later that day revzilla sold out. i think most companies use the same distributors??? because everyone i called said the same thing. They are backordered til oct 3-9th!
I ask him to become a supporting vendor here but he hasn't yet. At first, my connection said they were BO til the 10-9, but later that day, he emailed me stating that they received two earlier this month and only sold one!
Revzilla had them for $437 free shipping. I got my shipped for $415 and it should be here today!
Good job guys! I hope you can also make videos on other basic maintenance services like changing the oil, etc...for all the newbies out there who want to save money and learn how to do it themselves. GROM ON!
Also there is more to resetting the ecu than disconnecting the battery terminal. Matter of fact you don't have to do anything with the battery wires.
They recommend doing it after any of the following parts are replaced, air screw, fuel pump, fuel filter, fuel injector, O2 sensor, cylinder head, valve components, cylinder/pistons or rings.
Turn ignition switch off, remove seat, remove DLC cover, short DLC terminals using the special tool, open the throttle grip fully and hold, turn on ignition switch. The MIL light should come on and start blinking rapidly, with in 5 seconds after rapid blinking starts close the throttle grip and hold for more than 3 seconds.
Note this does not work if a code is stored on the ECM the code must first be read and removed. If the rapid flashing does not happen you should check for a code.