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DolbyGuy
06-20-2003, 04:11 PM
I was just about to dive into the derestriction of my 2002 Mille when I noticed step 4 of the Tech Tips mentioning the need for a new chip.

Should I wait until I have the chip to perform the derestriction, or can I do the mods now and drive it on the old chip while I wait for the new one to arrive?

ed apriliaforum com
06-20-2003, 04:22 PM
you can drive it on the old chip until the new one arrives.....to be totally safe, just dont do a ton of WFO high-load operation until you get a new chip......

DolbyGuy
06-20-2003, 04:25 PM
Now, which chip should I use?

The online store has two to choose from, but the instructions say that the RSV1413 isn't kosher with the derestriction. One of the chips available online is an RSVZ1413.

Is that one good to go?

ed apriliaforum com
06-20-2003, 04:32 PM
get the 2002 Evoluzione chip for your 2002 Mille....

you have 48psi stock fuel pressure and that chip is designed exactly for that pressure.....it was also work with any future mods to you do to that bike. The RSV1413 chip is mainly for older Milles with lower fuel pressure......early bikes had widely varying fuel pressure, while 2001 and later bikes were more consistant. Still, it is not a bad idea to check the fuel pressure. It can make a huge diffference to overall lean or rich running.

both the RSV1413 chip and the EVO 2002 are totally compatible with full de-restriction, all exhaust systems, and all airbox kits

DolbyGuy
06-20-2003, 04:40 PM
Roger that!

Thanks for the help!

rsv racing
06-20-2003, 09:21 PM
What can happen if your bike is derestricted and did not install a new chip. I have 8k and still running on the old chip. Had it deresctricted at 600miles.

rsv racing
06-20-2003, 09:21 PM
What can happen if your bike is derestricted and did not install a new chip. I have 8k and still running on the old chip. Had it deresctricted at 600miles.