2021 KTM 300 TPI GET ECU Race Kit Installation

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In this video I install an Athena GET ECU Race Kit with injector relocation to the reed valve.
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2021 KTM 300 EXC TPI with RK TEK Head and GET ECU Race Kit
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  • 12K for a bike that needs this?

    Dave DesmonDave DesmonUukausi sitten
  • Any dyno result?

    Sinan CakmakciSinan CakmakciUukausi sitten
  • Can the Vforce 4 reeds be used with the Get injection kit?

    Iain HutchinsonIain Hutchinson2 kuukautta sitten
    • No, unfortunately not :-( The stock reeds need to be used.

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad2 kuukautta sitten
  • 👍👍👍👍

    Enduro KopankaEnduro Kopanka2 kuukautta sitten
  • Thank you for the detailed vid. Did you have to richen the mapping at all with the addition of the higher compression head and the new pipe? Or was the stock loaded map able to adjust for that. In other words, how does the stock loded TacoMoto map know you modified the engine ?

    David BigginDavid Biggin3 kuukautta sitten
  • I’m waiting till jury’s out on the Coober. Seems like it’s the ecu KTM would have built if emissions were not an issue. Yes I know it’s not open and there’s no adjustments but it’s half the price and solves a lot of these issues. Also it’s fit is identical to stock

    Dick FitzinholeDick Fitzinhole3 kuukautta sitten
  • You’ve had the kit installed for a while now. Are you still happy with the upgrade? It’s a significant investment! Thanks, REM

    Alex McCloskeyAlex McCloskey3 kuukautta sitten
  • I have a bad studder on my 2021 300 TPI. I am looking at the GET race kit to resolve this. What is your opinion after a month of use? Did you have any studder issues before you installed it?

    TheTedbullTheTedbull4 kuukautta sitten
    • @James Palin the CCP sensor was not the issue. I checked it along with everything else it could have been. I had the stock ecu reflashed by TwoStrokePerfrmance. The issue is 100% resolved now.

      TheTedbullTheTedbull2 kuukautta sitten
    • Likely your crankcase pressure sensor is faulty. Check out some videos to see if its the same studder you are experiencing

      James PalinJames Palin2 kuukautta sitten
  • It would be nice if you could adjust the traction control from the phone app, is there a reason it requires a separate control ?

    Del SneathDel Sneath4 kuukautta sitten
    • You can custom save up to 99 user created maps in the app.

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad4 kuukautta sitten
    • Thanks for the reply, how many maps can you store in the App at once?

      Del SneathDel Sneath4 kuukautta sitten
    • Adjusting the traction control from the GET app is currently not possible. The preferred setting can be set when ordering from Taco Moto. My map 2 is set to 0 without the controller, but you could request it set to any setting 0-10. If you want to be able to adjust it you’ll need to purchase the GET traction control controller knob.

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad4 kuukautta sitten
  • This is getting out of control.......how about a bike that needs nothing other than a suspension tweak to suit the rider.......not all this expensive stuff for a bike that is already bloody expensive to buy!

    Damo LuxDamo Lux4 kuukautta sitten
    • There are plenty of people who like the stock suspension and power and don't spend anything on mods. So yeah, there's no need to spend money if you're happy with how it performs...

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad4 kuukautta sitten
  • I would pay 200.00 dollars for that

    Patrick HunterPatrick Hunter4 kuukautta sitten
  • All of that wonderful development and they couldn't make a proper mounting system that mimics the stock mounting? Common now.

    Motoman744Motoman7444 kuukautta sitten
    • I agree. At least a mounting adapter plate could be included in the kit.

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad4 kuukautta sitten
  • Hi Mark do you think the improved running of a TPI system is worth all the added weight and complexity over a carburetor? Looking at all the additional wiring, fuel pump, oil pump, injectors, fuel line, filters, computer etc compared to just a carb and gravity it seems a bit excessive for a dirt bike. Carb does the virtually same thing as all of that stuff? Not more fuel efficient, but sure is more cost, weight and space efficient.

    rdsrfrdsrf4 kuukautta sitten
    • I still love riding my carb bike (2017 250 with Keihin 38 & STIC) and no plans to sell it. I love the power and response. So much fun to ride. I'll be building a 2017 300 carb bike soon and can't wait to ride that. After that's ready I could do a video, modified 300 carb vs modified 300 TPI. For now I will say that the TPI feels quite different to a carb bike, but you can get up hills on either...

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad4 kuukautta sitten
  • Las Vegas NEVADA. Great Review and yes Mike is great and so is Harris performance.

    Grace Chong GraceGrace Chong Grace4 kuukautta sitten
    • LOL. Complete brain fart there ;-) I corrected the that in the second video intro :-)

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad4 kuukautta sitten
  • first try (3years ago)of athena was too rich carburetion🤓

    Marco ZuffadaMarco Zuffada4 kuukautta sitten
  • Did I just watch a guy un TPI a brand new KTM? I don't get it, what is this supposed to achieve?

    stupidmotostupidmoto5 kuukautta sitten
    • @stupidmoto I guess you haven't watched my other videos about the bike. This is my initial ride impression video of my 2021 300 EXC TPI with stock ECU and stock head: fiboth.info/like/videot/m5RjnIW71JXTn60

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad4 kuukautta sitten
    • @Tokyo Offroad But that bike was literally brand new, how do you know if it runs good if you've never rode it? And why would it not run good from the factory? I just can't wrap my head around spending $12k on a brand new bike just to throw thousands more at it before it's even rode once.

      stupidmotostupidmoto5 kuukautta sitten
    • If you like how the bike runs stock there is no point. Leave it stock. If you don't like how it runs stock adding an RK Tek head and GET ECU improves the power and response considerably, allows custom maps to be used and map tuning while out riding (fueling and timing adjustments controlled from your smartphone) and traction control.

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad5 kuukautta sitten
  • mark i have ktm 300 tpi 2020 with vforce 4 and i notice doesn't work well at low bottom rpm only in high rev.....

    Ak bounAk boun5 kuukautta sitten
    • @Tokyo Offroad i have S3 head and coober ecu and working great only with stock reeds........ the problem is with vforce 4 and i try to figure out what's going on....

      Ak bounAk boun4 kuukautta sitten
    • What head are you using? The RK Tek head makes a big difference at low rpm. fiboth.info/like/videot/kWadlWSXv8rFeW4

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad5 kuukautta sitten
  • I think the people bitching don't understand performance upgrades vs parts needed to make the bike run well. Probably because they have old bikes and no money so every dollar that goes into the bike is to keep it running. I am not being a dick either. But understand its two different things. Upgrading his bike is part of the hobby for him.

    mike mathewsmike mathews5 kuukautta sitten
  • I've seen a couple riders with GET, Vortex and Two Stroke Performance ecu updates. So far the Two Stroke Performance has been consistently perfect on every bike and riders who compete on TPI's love how it fixes the fueling gaps.

    bikesbeersnbeats!bikesbeersnbeats!5 kuukautta sitten
    • ​@Tokyo Offroad They're running the map that came with the unit from TacoMoto on 2020 KTM 350. Very interested to see how it works out for you.

      bikesbeersnbeats!bikesbeersnbeats!5 kuukautta sitten
    • With the GET the performance will be very dependent on the MAP being used. The people you know who are using GET, they were running MAPs developed by Harris Performance? Or something else?

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad5 kuukautta sitten
  • This is crazy stupid 😂

    St OneSt One5 kuukautta sitten
    • @Tokyo Offroad Exactly ! and who do you think gives the dealer the pipe and the ECU mapping ? obviously KTM ! that's why the comment they come out of the factory, because if KTM are giving me the pipe and the mapping ecc... from the showroom floor then thank you KTM now I don't have to spend a penny on the engine. That was their plane all along, that is the engine their engineers worked on for year not the one you are talking about or that after market junk that will change nothing but your bank account !

      St OneSt One4 kuukautta sitten
    • @St One - Yes, if you're happy with the bike there would be no point in spending money on it. Regarding you're comment "These bikes come out of the factory with amazing engines and there is nothing you can do to better them.". These bikes come out of the KTM factory in stock homologation tune. Have you ridden one like this? They unrideable offroad (less than 20Hp). The stock pipe has a cat and O2 sensor, airbox has a plate inside with 4 small holes and ECU provides further strangulation. To resolve this sorry state of stockness the pipe is replaced, ECU remapped and plate removed from the airbox. So thankfully it is very easy to better what comes out of the factory and your dealer does it all for you before delivery...

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad4 kuukautta sitten
    • @Tokyo Offroad If spending over $1,100 is not stupid to improve what ? 1 or 2 Hp ? 😂 is not stupid then my friend I don't know what stupid is. I know what your going to say it's not about the horse power bla bla bla... it always is about that and spending thousands of dolors on RK Tech heads and GET ECU or V-Force reeds are not going to give you more then 2, 3 Hp and that's why they are not worth it. These bikes come out of the factory with amazing engines and there is nothing you can do to better them.

      St OneSt One4 kuukautta sitten
    • No worries. I know many people love how the stock TPI bikes perform and have a blast (riding them stock). And there are others who don't like the bike stock. This kit is intended to improve performance, allow the rider to easily make mapping changes and also adds traction control. If this doesn't appeal to you that's fine, but I don't agree that it's "crazy stupid". The ECU not having a mount which fits on the the standard rubber mount posts and having to use the stock reed valve are not plus points though. Anyway, I'm enjoying testing this product and will definitely be making some update videos about it when I've had some more time with it...

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad5 kuukautta sitten
    • @Tokyo Offroad Why ! Lol lets start with your going back in time 😂 and what's that big piece of junk attached to the reeds. Secondly I hope they are adding more oil to that engine because that case is going to try out like hell. The list goes on and on of incredibly stupidity this kit represents, it's an insult to those engineers who spend so many years perfecting TPI engines. Say all you want in your review but I will always be 100% against this type of rubish. I love you channel and your videos are the best, but when it comes to these things sorry but we will never agree.

      St OneSt One5 kuukautta sitten
  • There’s no way to use a Vforce reed valve assembly with the injector relocation block, is there?

    Mark BevansMark Bevans5 kuukautta sitten
    • I'm with you on this. I really don't like the stock reed valve design, quality, or reliability. It would be much better to be able to use a VForce. Hopefully a solution becomes available soon.

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad5 kuukautta sitten
  • Been waiting for this vid. Very tempted ECU. Head and Reed upgrade. Bee speaking to Tacomoto today.

    Neil AveNeil Ave5 kuukautta sitten
  • TPS

    צחי ולנציהצחי ולנציה5 kuukautta sitten
    • TPS can be calibrated with the GET ECU connected if experiencing idle issues. The calibration details are provided in the GET documentation.

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad5 kuukautta sitten
  • Two Stroke Performance will reflash your stock ECU and include one of their heads for half the price. The reviews of the TSP kit are very, very good. I've got one ordered. I would love to see Tokyo Mods do a comparison between the TSP kit and the GET.

    Doc_dDoc_d5 kuukautta sitten
    • Exactly my thoughts, thanks!

      Mike PMike P5 kuukautta sitten
  • They sell an ECM that doesn't even fit the bike mount ? I'm not a fan of that even if the bracket isn't hard to make , you still need the metal. If a company is designing an item , why not design it to fit ?

    Good boy RingoGood boy Ringo5 kuukautta sitten
    • You can buy a frame to fix it securely from Slavins I think. Its a steel plate cut to fit.

      Iain HutchinsonIain Hutchinson2 kuukautta sitten
    • @Tokyo Offroad ... Thanks for your videos , they are great! Yes , I couldn't imagine sitting down to design a part and making it not fit or leaving out parts to make it fit.

      Good boy RingoGood boy Ringo5 kuukautta sitten
    • I agree with you. Considering the market size (KTM, Husqvarna & Gasgas) I think Athena should make at least a bracket which allows easy install on to the stock rubber 4 post mount system...

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad5 kuukautta sitten
  • Tsp head and flash, loads cheaper and better gains

    Thomas LockleyThomas Lockley5 kuukautta sitten
    • Did this make your bike run better throughout the range? My 250 2020 seems very sluggish and lazy

      TG243TG2434 kuukautta sitten
  • BAD idea!! Injecting fuel into the crankcase WILL dilute the oil hence will reduce the lubrication of the various parts, obviously reducing the lifespan of the engine!

    Iz MeorbinIz Meorbin5 kuukautta sitten
    • @Elimentus - That's right (oil injection controlled by the GET ECU). The race kit isn't new and I haven't heard of any oil related issues.

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad4 kuukautta sitten
    • @Tokyo Offroad Because you said the GET ECU controls the oiling, I don't suspect any issues. But if it didn't, and the bike still only oiled the stock amount with the expectation of no fuel passing through the crankcase, then I believe Iz's point makes sense. Mike, premix and older oil injected two strokes work great this way, but they intentionally supply more oil to compensate for the washing effect of the gasoline vapors as well. The TPI system meets environmental standards because it only injects the minimum amount of oil required to keep the crankcase lubricated. Adding gasoline into the equation and not adapting for by increasing the oil as well would cause issues.

      ElimentusElimentus4 kuukautta sitten
    • @Tokyo Offroad exactly. Rub a little mixed gas on your skin, it leaves oil. Thats how they lubricate.

      mike mathewsmike mathews5 kuukautta sitten
    • The GET ECU controls the amount of oil injected for this configuration. Carb model bikes have the oil and gasoline passing through the crankcase too and they certainly don't have bottom end lifespan issues.

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad5 kuukautta sitten
  • Mark that is a lot of plumbing there lol ,think I will just stay with the Stic in my Keihen , D

    dnrg62dnrg625 kuukautta sitten
    • Certainly nothing wrong with that plan. I love riding my carb bike and have no plan to sell it...

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad5 kuukautta sitten
  • I dont have a 300 tpi, but if I did there is no way I'd put this crap on it to gain 2 hp.

    Shannon ElveyShannon Elvey5 kuukautta sitten
    • Indeed... 1000$ ~ for hp that you surely dont need unless you are a pro or race very open courses...

      Fältjägarna EnduroföreningFältjägarna Enduroförening5 kuukautta sitten
  • with this injectors relocation can you use premix oil in gastank to prevent oilpump failure ?

    Enduro GherlaEnduro Gherla5 kuukautta sitten
    • No, the orifice is the incorrect size for that.

      Mike PMike P5 kuukautta sitten
  • I look forward to your full review as this is at the top of my list for my new 2021 300

    banned brothersbanned brothers5 kuukautta sitten
  • Mark, Las Vegas is not in Kalifornia...LOL

    crazybrother1963crazybrother19635 kuukautta sitten
    • LOL

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad5 kuukautta sitten
  • The first GET Injector relocation blocks were deforming peoples airboxes. Check and make sure your filter is sealing properly, etc. I don't know if they resolved the issue or not. It does look much thicker than reed block so I would think the throttle body must be pushed back towards the air box

    korndoggocrkorndoggocr5 kuukautta sitten
    • @Tokyo Offroad glad to hear it!

      korndoggocrkorndoggocr5 kuukautta sitten
    • I did check and the fit is very good and certainly not an issue with the 2021 air box boot design.

      Tokyo OffroadTokyo Offroad5 kuukautta sitten
  • Its gonna be interesting to see the results. It feels a bit over the top that One hand make the more aggressive\ powerful and on the other hand more mild.

    Bisse EliæsonBisse Eliæson5 kuukautta sitten
  • Besides the relocation kit, what is the advantages of this compared to a piggyback tuner?

    Rizzo44 RizzoRizzo44 Rizzo5 kuukautta sitten
  • Where do I buy the pinion cover? what brand is it? I mean the long piece of aluminum so that the mud does not accumulate, not the clutch cover

    AlexAlex5 kuukautta sitten
  • More electronics to become more disconnected. No thanks I stay with a carbed bike.

    STASTA5 kuukautta sitten
    • Thats the whole point, it makes the TPI perform smooth and strong like the carb models but with way better fuel milage and consistency

      Erez MErez M5 kuukautta sitten
  • Thanks for the video. I'm really interested in a true honest review on this as there are many mixed opinions. The ecu I know makes a huge difference but the injector is the interesting one. Thanks again.

    C FuhryC Fuhry5 kuukautta sitten
    • @Erez M if rumors are correct, I’ll probably get the 2022 model, I guess we’ll see around ~June... I have had the 2019, and I’m on a 2020, and so far I got lucky on both, and my 2020 has been absolutely phenomenal!!

      BimmereBimmere5 kuukautta sitten
    • @C Fuhry Everyhing stayd oem - reeds and head. As for the relocation kit, the evidence for me is on the 2 pistons iv already changed, the excellent cylinder condition, the fuel economy, the crisp throttle respons and an amazingly clean power valve assembly. All of these i tie directly to the better automization the relocation kit provides. its really basic science, thats why people preffered the carby models. as for adding this to allready exsiting mapping - it might need a remap to suit this setup but i dont know for sure - ask Slavens/ Mike fro Tacomoto btw, rumors says that 2022 models will come with the injectors in this location from factory. will be interesting to see if they eventually will.

      Erez MErez M5 kuukautta sitten
    • @Erez M thanks for the review. I already have the ECU remap/med comp head and that made a huge difference I totally agree. I'm interested in the injector relocation and what evidence there is for this, if genuine proof I will totally spend the extra on that. Also can you run VForce reeds with this kit? I didn't see them in this video and don't recall it mentioned. Cheers again.

      C FuhryC Fuhry5 kuukautta sitten
    • I have this kit for 250 hours now on my 2018 300 tpi. Let me tell you loud and clear - this is the best thing i ever did to this bike. The bike pulls waaay harder, powerful like never before, controlable, with noticably lower gas milage than the oem setup - my bike takes one liter for every 15-16 kilometers riding enduro and highspeeds on it. Iv allready changed 2 pistons wich came out in excellent shape including the cylinder thanks to better lubrication and fuel automization. This is expensive kit - but worth every penny. Pure geniuse using basic science. This kit brings to your bike all the carb models benifits plus saving your fuel injection benefits. If your concidering this kit - go for it, only thing you might regret is not getting it sooner.

      Erez MErez M5 kuukautta sitten
  • Cooling the air and making it denser before the crankcase is the only advantage just like a carburetor. It will need more fuel and more oil to make up for the fuel washing the oil out of the crankcase.

    Mark GrayMark Gray5 kuukautta sitten
    • @Iz Meorbin I agree, why buy a TPI? Unfortunately the answer is - environmental brain washing has forced this unnecessary change :/. I am all for new tech and being responsible with our resources and planet. Unfortunately agendas and politicians have to much control in my opinion. I am happy the 2T lives 🤘🏻🤙

      J SJ S5 kuukautta sitten
    • Very correct - so why buy a TPI then hmm? ;-)

      Iz MeorbinIz Meorbin5 kuukautta sitten
  • Another great video thanks 👍

    Ako 2k6Ako 2k65 kuukautta sitten
  • Shame you have to use the OEM reeds.

    chris marshallchris marshall5 kuukautta sitten
  • I'm anxious to see what the results are and yes a dyno comparison is going to be necessary for me to shell out $1200... Also, I have to say that fit and finish is very important and it would bother me to install an ECU that doesnt fit the OEM spot and replace the injectors with bungs that look like a dirt trap and potential future leak opportunities. A smooth cap held in place with the factory injector screw mounts would seem more appropriate.

    CrazystuffyouseeCrazystuffyousee5 kuukautta sitten
    • @Crazystuffyousee Yep and I purchased the module so I can add tunes if I want. I tried the stock tune and didn't like.

      WFO DaveWFO Dave4 kuukautta sitten
    • @WFO Dave - ??? This vid is for an ECU mapped by Athena. Yours was mapped by Slavens which means they're going to be different.

      CrazystuffyouseeCrazystuffyousee4 kuukautta sitten
    • I've had this setup for over a year and the fit and finish are nice. I've never had any issues with the ignition not being in the same mounts as stock. What I will say is with my tune the bike doesn't hit as hard but it will climb a tree if you had the traction. This bike is so good I'm afraid to buy a new one. Bike starts every time with one push of the button. I did have Slavens put the Mule map on. It was included in the price.

      WFO DaveWFO Dave4 kuukautta sitten
  • Why you don’t buy the ECU COOBER

    • From what I've seen they're sold out.

      Rizzo44 RizzoRizzo44 Rizzo5 kuukautta sitten
  • Love the channel but not a fan of $11k dirt bikes that still need parts to function properly.

    Mad Tiger TVMad Tiger TV5 kuukautta sitten
    • @John Davis I agree, I have a 2020 FX 350, the standard mapping made the bike difficult to ride, it was far too lean resulting in the header glowing red as soon as you started the thing, snatchy delivery not much low down at all, prone to stalling. First move was get the ECU re-mapped by Twisted, it worked well, and not too expensive, then I went for the Vortex X10, brilliant and totally adjustable, the bike rides like a dream now...........except for the bloody FMF 4.1 TI which is so loud its embarrassing.

      Iain HutchinsonIain Hutchinson2 kuukautta sitten
    • The TPI bikes don't need this horseshit. The GET system is just another way to for people to piss away their money for no good reason.

      Cactus73Cactus735 kuukautta sitten
    • @John Davis crazy to have to do. Ats why I buy Sherco. Race ready out of the box. Dual Sports a different topic tho.

      Mad Tiger TVMad Tiger TV5 kuukautta sitten
    • Progress and inflation. Everything is a computer these days, cars, TVs, and now dirt-bikes. Wifi, tune it with your smart phone. I bought a $10,400.00 KTM 500 EXC. I added a $700.00 ECU to make it run properly. This is an EPA issue in the US since my 500 is street legal.

      John DavisJohn Davis5 kuukautta sitten
  • So... if the injectors are moved at the reed valve... does it mean you can convert an older non TPI EXC to TPI?

    Spyros SaroukosSpyros Saroukos5 kuukautta sitten
    • I guess not, you still have no where to put thermal sensor, pressure sensor... Need an ecu, fuel tank might be different etc...

      Duarte MagalhãesDuarte Magalhães5 kuukautta sitten
  • Please consider converting your TPI into carburator. I think it would be the best mod for TPI.

    wtcwtc5 kuukautta sitten
    • @wtc I thought it was a joke 🤣. And I liked it. TPI 🙄, whatever. I can afford this but many can’t and won’t. This sport will destroy itself if the cost keep going up. Especially if you have to spend another grand (US dollars) to get your 10k bike to run well. My goodness what’s next they get made in China and the prices keep going up🤔🤨

      J SJ S5 kuukautta sitten
    • @ccenduro To have 2021 carb bike not 2017 :)

      wtcwtc5 kuukautta sitten
    • Benefit of the carb is simplicity durability etc.

      Mad Tiger TVMad Tiger TV5 kuukautta sitten
    • Thats exactly what this kit does while giving you the benifits of both carb and fuel injected models.

      Erez MErez M5 kuukautta sitten
    • @Mad Tiger TV I have seen it done on a brand new 2018 bike.

      chris marshallchris marshall5 kuukautta sitten
  • شكرا لك ولكل معلوماتك القيمة جيد واصل

    moh kadimoh kadi5 kuukautta sitten
    • Exactly!!! See? This guy gets it.....lol

      Dick FitzinholeDick Fitzinhole3 kuukautta sitten
  • Have this on my 300 with a Slavens Mule tune. It the most incredible addition I've ever made to a bike. Well maybe my WP Pro components....

    WFO DaveWFO Dave5 kuukautta sitten
    • @Kimo Jon Might try clicking on my channel. Both 300 and 790 are there.

      WFO DaveWFO Dave2 kuukautta sitten
    • Any way we can check out your bike? Is it anywhere on FIboth? Or anywhere else? Sounds awesome.

      Kimo JonKimo Jon2 kuukautta sitten
    • Hell I don’t know what else you’d throw at it with engine mods and pro suspension

      Nathan SlocumNathan Slocum4 kuukautta sitten
  • I'd like a dyno comparisson

    lewis eyerslewis eyers5 kuukautta sitten
    • yes, if there is dyno I can sell a bunch in El Salvador

      Alvaro Rivera VeladoAlvaro Rivera VeladoUukausi sitten
    • yes please

      Tom tTom t5 kuukautta sitten