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    BRP powersports support question

    With the BRP powersports support, do you need the mpvi2 or mpvi2+ or will the old mpvipro work with it? Thanks and this is awesome news that you are in this segment, i cant wait to check out a file to see wjat parameters you support!
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    They are an MPVI2 & MPVI2+ exclusive.
    It doesn't have to be perfect, it just needs to be done in two weeks...

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    Is there any support for BRP tuning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HpTunesandmore View Post
    Is there any support for BRP tuning?
    Yes, you can find all of our supported applications on our supported vehicle list here https://www.hptuners.com/vehicles/
    It doesn't have to be perfect, it just needs to be done in two weeks...

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    What I was trying to ask if there was any training on BRP tuning ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HpTunesandmore View Post
    What I was trying to ask if there was any training on BRP tuning ?
    Unfortunately we do not currently offer any BRP tuning training.
    It doesn't have to be perfect, it just needs to be done in two weeks...

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    Hey Bill, will you be entering the BRP snowmobile platform for the 4 strokes? They use the same engines as the sxs do (900cc ace n/a and turbo)

    For example the 2019+ ski-doo renegade 900 turbo is a very popular platform that has a few vendors selling flashes, Its a very popular mod and I think would be lots of interest in it, myself for 1!

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    Quote Originally Posted by doorev800 View Post
    Hey Bill, will you be entering the BRP snowmobile platform for the 4 strokes? They use the same engines as the sxs do (900cc ace n/a and turbo)

    For example the 2019+ ski-doo renegade 900 turbo is a very popular platform that has a few vendors selling flashes, Its a very popular mod and I think would be lots of interest in it, myself for 1!

    Thanks
    I have no idea what the future holds, sorry.
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    I second the motion to include BRP snowmobile support for 900cc ace n/a and turbo !

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    I just bought a renegade enduro 900ace (no turbo) and I love it. Its quite and burns very little gas and should last many years without a rebuild. I didn't know much about it since my job is to answer the question who can write a paper for me at https://writemypapers4me.net/, but I got some advice from friends. Too often are people talking about a rebuilt motor on a sled that's just 2 or 3 years old. Put a turbo on the 900ace and it must be ridiculously fast and hopefully the reliability is not sacrificed. Now I want to buy a SxS maverick with a 900ace turbo, that would be a really fun machine. BRP is on top of its game for sure and leading the industry on many fronts.
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