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Old 10 May 2006, 08:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Clutch / Ecu

Hi
Just had a new clutch fitted. Is it worth an ECU reset?

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Old 10 May 2006, 09:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Would not think so

But if it makes ya feel better it won't hurt
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Don't mean to argue Kev

But what is an ecu resey gonna do?
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Wont make a slight bit of difference???
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But what is an ecu resey gonna do?
Hi if you reset the ECU it goes into a learning process for about 200 miles.
Learning the best settings it can to run your engine

Good idea to reset if you change anything but not sure if the clutch will make any difference.

There are lots of ecu reset posts on .ORG

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The only thing I could potentially see, is that the ECU will learn that the gear changes are happening faster, but I am not convinced any of the electronics are taking this in account.
In the end, the scoob doesn't have an automatic or semi-automatic gearbox that cuts the ignition for a fraction of a second as the box changes gear.
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