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Ivan, will you be doing an ignition map for the ZX-10R once the Dynojet ignition module is available? Do you know if there are any differences in the factory fuel or ignition mapping between '04 and '05 on this bike, and how will this affect aftermarket maps? Thanks for your continued support of the ZX-10R.
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Dang Ivan.

I think the price is too high.

I would buy it for $20.00

But $110.00 ?????

My little servo thingy can just hang out doing its thing.

It doesnt bother me.

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servo motor and tre order..

What kind of a deal you run on a servo motor elim and the tre???
I was waiting to order the tre along with the exhaust motor elim...

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He's got to make a living just like me & you...if you can afford it get it if you can't than just do what i did & unhook the cables everything works fine...no FI light.
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He's got to make a living just like me & you...if you can afford it get it if you can't than just do what i did & unhook the cables everything works fine...no FI light.
Killer - it is not about what I can afford, it is about value.

The $110.00 plus shipping item removes a small servo that is hidden under a panel.

Imagine you tried to sell your temp canapies for $50,000.00 each.

Would you tell a customer that "hey I have to make a living, just but it" ???

I doubt you would. Everything has a cost to value relationship.

The percieved value needs to be equal to the cost in order to make a sale.

That is how shit works. I value the servo remover to be around $20.00

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I really wanted this part to make room for the upcomming ignition module when I was told it would be about $40. I understand the first batch was "bad" so I assume the dramatic increase in price is to cover the loss on the first batch he could sell. Chock it up to r&d I guess. I'll just wait untill the ignition module and tuning for it comes out and maybe the price will have dropped by then.

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Sorry these guys worked you up Ivan. Do you know how much weight savings taking out the servo motor is?

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IN our world it is 100 a hp and 50 per lb...so if it saves 2 lbs it is right in the line of every other part you would buy. Honestly, I was hoping it wasn't that expensive, but think about the stupid exhaust hangers we buy for 100+ and how simple they are to make once a carbon mold has been created!!!
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