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  • #2915

    ♠️ MARCEL
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    @mf448kxn6
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    Hey.
    I know for a fact when it says S&T and other says KRmotors with a different branding , it may not work simply we dont expect every sensor on bike to act with that ECU n the dash.

    I have not heard a lot of success stories about mixing GV n GT ECU but *some* 650 bikes are known to do that.

    250 Carby & GV250 Carby dont allow CDI mixing, i know for sure and harness is NOT the same by a long shot

    Your ECUs is best to match the bike its meant for 🤞

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  • #2974

    PhilDaniels
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    The one digit is all important.

    Hyosung used a different ECU for just about every variant of bike and major changes to them in 2012.

    So it depends on what the bike is, what year it is and you really need to post the ECU number, ie:

    GV650 EFI MODEL PART NO: 32900H89800 , 32900H89300

    EFI GT250 GT250R Delphi: 32900HB8600

    GT250 GT250R 32900H88600 , 32900HR8600

    EFI GV250 delphi 32900HB8400

    GT650 GT650R GT650S EFI MODEL 32900H89300 32900H89310 32900H89300

  • #2986

    Brad
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    If its delphi ecu it should be fine..

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