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Programmer instructions

Does anyone have or know where I can get instructions for an EHS programmer? Also, how can you tell if it is a 3rd gen? I did check the EHS website for instructions, but they didn't have any posted. Thanks for any help.
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Thanks for the reply, and I did watch this video already, but it doesn't tell you what settings to use for a specific setup, how to tell if the programmer is a 3rd gen, or how to install it. I did see a pic of page 1 instructions, but the print is really small.

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You can send Eric of EHS Racing a PM and tell him what you have, and I'm sure he will help you out...

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Thank you again for the help.

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These are what I have been using.
http://store.ehsracing.com/trx_700xx...ntroller.html#

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Thank you. Once I enlarged the screen I was able to see the settings on the page. Is there anything to be gained using the programmer on a stock engine? All I have done is put a Uni filter on it, but I have heard that they run a bit lean anyway.

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I use mine on a stock motor with Uni filter. Gains only a little in performance but seems to run alittle better though.

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Which setting do you use?

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Is there anything to be gained using the programmer on a stock engine? All I have done is put a Uni filter on it, but I have heard that they run a bit lean anyway.[/QUOTE]

you wont notice no performance gain, but you will have a happier cooler,crisper,running xx engine!


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