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    Hilltop engine ecu remap

    Has anyone had this done to their rt? If so, what are the results?

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    Do a quick search, there are loads of posts about them - 99% positive, and there is also a discount for members, mine is booked in two weeks with another 6 from this forum, so can't be a bad thing.

    James

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    You don't mention which model of RT, but please:

    Close this thread now - before the usual bunfight ensues. There are HUGE threads already.
    If I am ever on life support - Unplug me......
    Then plug me back in..........

    See if that works .....

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    I had a 2012 RT done. It was smoother, more economical and had a bit more power.

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    Have a look at
    http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthr...WC-the-results

    Taking my R9T there week after next

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    Had an 08 and a 12 GS done. Well worth the money.

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    I had my 1200ST done a few years ago. I ignored any after-treatment claims regarding increases in power and used my own arse-dyno to evaluate any improvements. They were considerable, and easily spotted! Highly recommended.

    Pete
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    Thanks, yes i have seen the other threads. But there did not seem to be much feedback on the effect of the remap on the r1200rt

    Mine is a 2007 model

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    Quote Originally Posted by farley View Post
    Thanks, yes i have seen the other threads. But there did not seem to be much feedback on the effect of the remap on the r1200rt

    Mine is a 2007 model
    My brother in law has his 2007 GS done (same engine) and says it's transformed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by farley View Post
    Thanks, yes i have seen the other threads. But there did not seem to be much feedback on the effect of the remap on the r1200rt

    Mine is a 2007 model
    I had my 2007 RT done. It was smoother - for example being able to pull 30 in third (previously only in second) without chugging.

    I suspect the dyno readout was a piece of fiction though.

    I now have a 2013 LC GS and will not be having it done - even with the returners discount.

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