The all new Revo SPS....

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The all new Revo SPS....

Post by Rabbit222 » Wed Aug 04, 2010 4:55 pm

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Revo Technik are proud to release their New SPS switch. The Patented OBD2 interface is the ultimate compliment to Revo performance software. The Revo SPS gives the user the ability to switch between a Revo performance modes and a stock performance setting via the vehicles OBD2 port.

The new SPS has a preset stock mode, the ability to store three performance settings and the additional benefit of a security lockout program.

Simply select a program, plug in, wait a few seconds, remove the select device and start the car. It's simple and there's no fixed switch to alert to any modification.

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select functionality:* Position
Communications mode for PC’s 0
Stock Mode 1
Performance A* 2
Performance B* 3
Performance C* 4
Anti-Theft On* 5
Anti-Theft Off* 6
Firmware Update (Revo factory use) 9

*Check SPS Vehicle Application Guide for specific functionality of SPS with your car.

Some normally aspirated programs are single program only and not switchable.

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The SPS delivers different levels of functionality depending on the vehicle it is used with, and whether variable switching is available in the Revo performance software.

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The SPS features variable boost, throttle, timing and fuel adjustment for certain vehicles (check functionality of your vehicle via the SPS functionality link) allowing the user to set the car up to run efficiently with any fuel quality and in varying conditions. SPS software gives the user the ability to store up to three preset configurations in the switch or alter settings via the OBDII port.

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The SPS features variable boost, throttle, timing and fuel adjustment for certain vehicles (check functionality of your vehicle via the SPS functionality link) allowing the user to set the car up to run efficiently with any fuel quality and in varying conditions. SPS software has the added benefit of a Data Acquisition function allowing the user to monitor certain engine sensors to efficiently set the adjustable settings. SPS software also gives the user the ability to store up to three preset configurations in the switch or alter settings via the OBDII port.

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When purchasing select or select plus device, you will enjoy the additional benefits of a built in anti-theft program.

The anti-theft modes on the select switches allow you to totally disable your vehicle's ECU. It will leave the car totally inoperable even if the thief has the keys. Unlike other security devices there are no mechanical installation requirements such as wiring looms.

Once Revo performance software has been installed, you can purchase an optional select device and follow the simple and clear instructions supplied


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To arm the anti theft program you select “anti-theft ON”, from your SPS, plug it into the OBD2 port found in the cockpit of the car, wait 5 seconds for an audible beep, remove your SPS device and the car becomes totally inoperable.

The car will start and idle, but when the accelerator pedal is depressed, the car will not advance pass idle!

To disarm the program you simply select “anti-theft OFF”, from your SPS device and follow the same procedure. The car will now return to standard (or your Revo performance program) and can now safely drive the car.

Please note: To benefit from the functions in our SPS devices, Revo performance software must be present in your vehicle.
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Re: The all new Revo SPS....

Post by MeanTdi » Thu Aug 05, 2010 8:39 am

Rabbit222 wrote:...The anti-theft modes on the select switches allow you to totally disable your vehicle's ECU. It will leave the car totally inoperable even if the thief has the keys. Unlike other security devices there are no mechanical installation requirements such as wiring looms...
Hey Rabbit,

How big is the unit? Can you put it in your jeans pocket and walk away?

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Re: The all new Revo SPS....

Post by Rabbit222 » Thu Aug 05, 2010 9:03 am

MeanTdi wrote:
Rabbit222 wrote:...The anti-theft modes on the select switches allow you to totally disable your vehicle's ECU. It will leave the car totally inoperable even if the thief has the keys. Unlike other security devices there are no mechanical installation requirements such as wiring looms...
Hey Rabbit,

How big is the unit? Can you put it in your jeans pocket and walk away?

Cheers Marco
Hi Marco,

You can indeed :cool:

I just unpacked one and measured it up for you...

Length 9cm
Width 4cm
Thickness 2.5cm
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Re: The all new Revo SPS....

Post by MeanTdi » Thu Aug 05, 2010 9:07 am

Rabbit222 wrote:Hi Marco,

You can indeed :cool:

I just unpacked one and measured it up for you...

Length 9cm
Width 4cm
Thickness 2.5cm
Thanks for doing that for me! That is incredibly small and user friendly!

Revo FTW :evil:
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Re: The all new Revo SPS....

Post by hubbly_bubbly » Thu Aug 05, 2010 9:09 am

Please note: To benefit from the functions in our SPS devices, Revo performance software must be present in your vehicle.
Aaaah so I cant use it on my Kawasaki? :razz:

Will Mr Govender have one with him by the weekend? I would like to have a squizz?
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Re: The all new Revo SPS....

Post by mebs » Thu Aug 05, 2010 9:16 am

This device will be the reason I eventually put REVO software..
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Re: The all new Revo SPS....

Post by Rabbit222 » Thu Aug 05, 2010 9:16 am

hubbly_bubbly wrote:
Please note: To benefit from the functions in our SPS devices, Revo performance software must be present in your vehicle.
Aaaah so I cant use it on my Kawasaki? :razz:

Will Mr Govender have one with him by the weekend? I would like to have a squizz?
Looks the same as yours :hi:
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Re: The all new Revo SPS....

Post by MeanTdi » Thu Aug 05, 2010 9:33 am

mebs wrote:This device will be the reason I eventually put REVO software..
I agree with you. I am tired of fitting gearlocks, relocating ECU's etc...

@ Mr. Rabbit does this qualify as a VESA approved immobiliser?
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Re: The all new Revo SPS....

Post by Rabbit222 » Thu Aug 05, 2010 9:40 am

MeanTdi wrote:
mebs wrote:This device will be the reason I eventually put REVO software..
I agree with you. I am tired of fitting gearlocks, relocating ECU's etc...

@ Mr. Rabbit does this qualify as a VESA approved immobiliser?
That I'm not too sure about mate.
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Re: The all new Revo SPS....

Post by hubbly_bubbly » Thu Aug 05, 2010 11:33 am

Rabbit222 wrote:
hubbly_bubbly wrote:
Please note: To benefit from the functions in our SPS devices, Revo performance software must be present in your vehicle.
Aaaah so I cant use it on my Kawasaki? :razz:

Will Mr Govender have one with him by the weekend? I would like to have a squizz?
Looks the same as yours :hi:
Aaaah woops :) I cant see the pictures so I was assuming its ALL NEW :crazy:
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Post by sixteen10 » Thu Aug 05, 2010 12:17 pm

As far as I am aware the car's ECU takes time to adapt to the software loaded ( around 500km if im not mistaken? ) , now if you activate anti theft mode and then come back to the vehicle and load up your REVO file again will the car need to adapt all over again or will it just get up and REVO? :type:
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Post by Rabbit222 » Thu Aug 05, 2010 12:23 pm

100ks

It will up and go :hi:
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Post by sixteen10 » Thu Aug 05, 2010 12:31 pm

Rabbit222 wrote:100ks

It will up and go :hi:
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Post by Awesum » Thu Aug 05, 2010 2:54 pm

So...Whats the diff between this and the cheap 1 you sold me?
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Post by Rascal69 » Thu Aug 05, 2010 3:03 pm

Rabbit222 wrote:100ks

It will up and go :hi:
less than 100.... Mine adapted fully within 20 - 30km's of switching to the "C" setting the other night when i took on the big turbo scooby...

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Post by hubbly_bubbly » Thu Aug 05, 2010 9:17 pm

Awesum wrote:So...Whats the diff between this and the cheap 1 you sold me?
The package it comes in :geek:

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Post by RoadHaWg » Tue Aug 10, 2010 2:58 pm

AFAIK the Anti theft mode just kills the fuel pumps. So the car will not start. Use the SPS to Deactivate it and off you go. Not really fiddling with Maps.
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Post by Rascal69 » Tue Aug 10, 2010 3:31 pm

RoadHaWg wrote:AFAIK the Anti theft mode just kills the fuel pumps. So the car will not start. Use the SPS to Deactivate it and off you go. Not really fiddling with Maps.
I put the Anti Theft on the other day... Car started but the accelerator did not work... then the car died :grin:
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Post by aslam » Wed Nov 03, 2010 12:16 pm

Whats the pricing on these units ?
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Post by Kums » Wed Nov 03, 2010 5:30 pm

Rabbit222 wrote:R2280
is that with or without software?
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Post by Rabbit222 » Thu Nov 04, 2010 9:18 am

Kums wrote:
Rabbit222 wrote:R2280
is that with or without software?
SPS unit doesn't have installation software. That will need to be downloaded from Revos website.
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Post by VWicked » Mon Feb 06, 2012 10:11 am

If you activate the anti-theft on one SPS, can another sps be used to deactivate it?
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Post by dazza » Mon Feb 06, 2012 11:48 am

VWicked wrote:If you activate the anti-theft on one SPS, can another sps be used to deactivate it?
Probably as the SPS is not "Married" per say to ECU. Same way you can change setting on other peoples cars with your SPS
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Post by SemiColon » Wed Feb 15, 2012 8:37 am

dazza wrote:
VWicked wrote:If you activate the anti-theft on one SPS, can another sps be used to deactivate it?
Probably as the SPS is not "Married" per say to ECU. Same way you can change setting on other peoples cars with your SPS
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