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post #41 of 233 Old 09-03-2007, 04:03 AM
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I JUST bought one, the gear indicator is definitely cool.But is the tre a noticeable difference???????It makes sense to retard the timing in lower gears,to keep people from looping the damn thing just like the 100 plus 1st gear.But does it give you more pep?????Thanks
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I JUST bought one, the gear indicator is definitely cool.But is the tre a noticeable difference???????It makes sense to retard the timing in lower gears,to keep people from looping the damn thing just like the 100 plus 1st gear.But does it give you more pep?????Thanks
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I JUST bought one, the gear indicator is definitely cool.But is the tre a noticeable difference???????It makes sense to retard the timing in lower gears,to keep people from looping the damn thing just like the 100 plus 1st gear.But does it give you more pep?????Thanks
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post #44 of 233 Old 09-07-2007, 06:35 PM
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Has anyone installed one of these??????Because I was told no splicing or cutting of wires,but it says right off the bat you need to install provided connectors.I s this a big job,I thought there would be photos of where the connections are.I hate to be a dumb ass but it sounds like a lot of work.
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post #45 of 233 Old 09-07-2007, 06:42 PM
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no its simple, all you gotta do is pull out 4 pins and put them in the new plugs. Theres plenty of info on here, its pretty easy. Except for in my case where i cant get the damn thing to power up. FUCK!!!!!!!

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I feel for you bro,I hope you get it working ,directions suck!!!!!!!!!!!
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Just from a personal stand point....Last night i had my 10 remapped with a full beet system/pc3/bmc race a/f.....Once it was mapped i had the dyno guy run it again(just to see hp/torque difference)in the 2 modes for the 10....If anythin it lost a cpl hp..So imho dont buy it unless you want it for the gear indicator..
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When you turned on the GIpro did you notice if the bike ran leaner or richer? And I am wondering if he mapped it with the GIpro on eather setting 1 or 2 would he have been able to adjust the map to suit the TRE function? With the way you have it mapped did it get rid of the off / back on throttle abrupness. Thats the reason I got a GIpro TRE to begin with.
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If you guys are lookin for a couple of pics I took while installing mine
http://zx-10r.net/forum/showthread.p...258#post741258

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Just from a personal stand point....Last night i had my 10 remapped with a full beet system/pc3/bmc race a/f.....Once it was mapped i had the dyno guy run it again(just to see hp/torque difference)in the 2 modes for the 10....If anythin it lost a cpl hp..So imho dont buy it unless you want it for the gear indicator..
Dont worry,the dyno guys are well known locally for there performance knowlage and did the dynajet training stuff..
Im betting you didnt have it mapped with the gipro turned on to one of the settings? Im intrested to hear what you have to say.
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