This is associated with the "gator won't start" thread. Anyway, my machine is still acting up. As referenced in the previous thread, I was informed that there was moisture in my throttle body ECU. Also, I was told that if the problem persists, that I would need to replace the ECU. The price is apparently $484.00. Anyway, my machine is now hesitant to start sometimes and lacks power when you place it in gear and give it fuel (sometimes). I got stranded last night two miles away from home (without a cell phone) because it died when i stopped. When I returned 30 minutes later with another vehicle and tow rope, the machine fired up. I romped it pretty good getting home and noticed that there was some hesitation in the throttle response when I really got on it. I fired it up when I got home this evening and the same issue was noticed, had no power until it was warmed up (it's about 90 degrees here today). Anyway, I took it around the block (about 4 miles WITH my cell phone) and it ran decent. However, it won't go over 50 miles an hour and never would hit the rev limiter. Looked up the schematic and contemplating just buying the ECU and putting it on myself. Looks like I can save at least $200 in labor. Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated.