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I know Eric from EHS says that all the FI quads have a temp sensor an fattens the stock map up on colder temps (which it should) But, is that really enough? Also, the last thing I wanna be doing is throttle chopping when it's 5 degrees out! I had a canam renegade an... didn't wanna deal with the pcv an autotune an all that crap (no local dyno shops around). If the EHS is a simple bolt on mod an they can gaurentee me that down to about 5 degrees (any colder an I don't wanna ride) it's more than safe to run I'm sold. I just want something I can bolt on an not worry about an still be as reliable as stock. I do close to 5-600 miles in the winter on the sled trails, nothing like screaming a groomed sled trail at 50 an sliding the corners.