Get Your RIVA Sea-Doo 2016-Up Speed Control Override Module At 4-Tec Performance Today!


When the first supercharged 2016 Sea-Doo 300 models came out, the immediate question was, “How fast are they?” And when not equipped with the “RS” internationally-tuned ECU, the answer is almost always “around 68.” Sure, some outlets gained a little here and a little there, but for the most part, all domestic Sea-Doos will be safely staying within constraints of the prescribed USCG agreement (unlike some other manufacturers).

Sea-Doo does this via their state-of-the-art GPS-monitored iTC speedometers. When an iControl-equipped Sea-Doo reaches the predetermined speed, the engine’s rpms are cut, immediately backing off the throttle and scrubbing speed. Thankfully, RIVA Racing has found a workaround for the factory speed control in their RIVA Speed Control Override Module.

The RIVA Speed Control Override Module removes the restrictive GPS speed control function on Sea-Doo iControl models delivering significant increases in top speed with stock ECU. Easy to install module allows system to start in “Sport Mode” for maximum performance. “Touring Mode” can be manually selected after start up.

  • Removes GPS controlled speed limiter
  • Increases top speed utilizing stock ECU
  • Works on all 2016 300hp & 260hp models
  • Delivers 75mph top speed on 2016 RXP-X 300
  • Allows further top speed gains through aftermarket modifications
  • Allows system to start in “Sport Mode”
  • All original dash functions are retained
  • Easy plug-in installation

NOTE: Stock ECU limits peak RPM for first 5 hours of operation. Top speed increases should be measured after 5 hour break in period.

And you can pick up your RIVA Speed Control Override Module immediately through 4-Tec Performance, the Internet’s leading performance parts store, servicing thousands of customers monthly, and one of the largest vendors of RIVA Racing parts there is. And if you use the coupon code “greenhulk” be prepared to save up to 10-percent off of your purchase!

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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