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post #11 of 57 Old 05-20-2011, 08:30 AM
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Also can anyone buy only the wb2 without the gauge?
To change the dual maps on the pcv you need an LCD (lcd100 or lcd200)?

I have an XML on the gen1, you won't regret it !!!
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Do you need to weld 2x O2 sensors on the gen1 exhaust, or one is enough?

Why weld 2 bungs? Hamaguchi exhaust already has a bung installed so I didn't need to do anything on the exhaust...
Even if you have 2 bungs,you can't use them at the same time with 1 sensor

You can always dive into the deep of individual cylinder tuning using 4 sensors and a datalogger,and then adjust the mixture through PC-V for each cylinder separately... But that is just too time consuming if you are tuning alone,and the benefits for a almost stock bike like the most out there would be minimal...

Or if you have the cash you can buy a Motty AFR tuner and it's expansion unit,and let it work it's magic!

But the cost would be almost 1500 ...



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Also can anyone buy only the wb2 without the gauge?
To change the dual maps on the pcv you need an LCD (lcd100 or lcd200)?

I have an XML on the gen1, you won't regret it !!!
Ι know! I got one from bayboy and it's already here waiting to be installed! Just need to get an extra harness...


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that is very sweet. reps to you so this means i can probably do that with a Bazzaz setup as well. i have the bazzaz tc replacing the regular bazzaz fi on my 08. was going to sell it but now i interested if i could rewire it to make it work on the 05.

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Bazzaz is quite different,as it plugs directly on the injectors and the coils,I installed a ZFiTC on a 3rd Gen once... ( lot's of wires )... 3d Gen ZX 10 has 8 injectors,1st Gen only 4. What are you going to do with the extra 4 injector plugs? Will it work without them connected? I don't think the injector plugs are even the same between the 2 models... Lots of things to worry about,+ the autotune of the bazzaz is not as good... A lot of people have issues with it... I thing this unit exists mainly for it's traction control,if you don't want that then go the dynojet way...

I find it very challenging,at least...
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I had the tech over at Dyno Jet build me a PC5 i'll take some pics this weekend and post them. I'll be under the tank so why not
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so my question is with autotune will i be able to switch between e85 and regular gas. will it be able to pick up the differences???
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so my question is with autotune will i be able to switch between e85 and regular gas. will it be able to pick up the differences???
If you are asking me,I'd use the autotune to make 2 different maps for the different gasolines.

Then I'd removed it,and change between the maps via the map switch. I don't want it making adjustments all the time,bike runs better without it.
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cant wait to see this i was just going to get a pc III now im going to wait and get a PC V
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cant wait to see this i was just going to get a pc III now im going to wait and get a PC V


Today I'm going to install it on the bike... I'll post some pics later!
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I feel interested in the PCV Ignition Module. Is your guess that it can be adapted as well?
I would upgrade my whole PC system in that case.

Great work so far. Congrats
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I feel interested in the PCV Ignition Module. Is your guess that it can be adapted as well?
I would upgrade my whole PC system in that case.

Great work so far. Congrats
I am sure he will sort it out
But the new IM should fit right in the pcv ?
Edit: Do they use the white connectors now?
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