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If you’re running aftermarket clutching on your Can-am Maverick, if you installed an upgraded exhaust on your rig, or if you simply want to exercise complete control over every aspect of your UTV, a Can-Am Maverick ECU tuner is the way to go. With a full exhaust system, for example, a fuel tuner / fuel optimizer will make your machine run perfectly in the goldilocks fuel condition; not to rich, not too lean. You can say goodbye to popping idle sounds common in un-tuned side-by-sides, and say hello to optimal acceleration boosts and added power gains. Some riders like ECU tuners and Can-Am Maverick Can-Am Programmers, while others prefer to go the ECU reflash route. There are many UTV companies that will reflash your Maverick’s ECU for you, and almost every single ECU flashing company does the air/fuel change on the ECU flash. They’ll ask if you have a stock or slip-on exhaust, K&N or air box, the car bypass, etc. because they flash it with the proper program given what upgrades you’ve made and what aftermarket accessories you’ve put on your machine. Every machine is different, and there are many factors that come into play when tuning — like sea level and so on. That is why tuning your Maverick ECU is extremely important, because the smallest of changes and tweaks can make worlds of differences.
In the opinion of many Can-am Maverick owners, money is best spent on getting power to the ground and being able to control that power. The solution is different for different people. People who race their Mavericks, for instance, might be running something like the STM rage 6 primary with a STM secondary also. Now what is the benefit of having all this HP if it can’t be transferred to the ground? This is where clutch tuning via an ECU tuner comes in handy. You can get a baseline fuel and timing change, but not all machines will react the same to the changes made. Companies like EVO and VRTuned offer ECU flashing via the diagnostic port for the Rotax Bosch ME17.8 ECU. Using the Frieling Racing iFlash system, you can flash easily between stock and tuned files. Designed for dealers and customers, the ECU flashing takes about three minutes, allowing you to switch between files much quicker. No need to remove the ECU, open it for boot mode, or wait for some tuner to license a device. So if you’re looking for a warranty-safe ECU tuner with no flash detection, look no further. Because at Everything Can-Am Offroad, we’ve got the best Can-Am Maverick ECU flashing hardware on the market.