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Old 01-14-2013, 05:24 AM   #11 (permalink)
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What pot setting where used on the cobra Fi2000r?
There are NO pot settings on the PowerPro. It is an auto-tune controller.
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Old 01-14-2013, 01:11 PM   #12 (permalink)
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ok this ones for Bill!!


i have the same setup and i noticed EVEN more performance when the computer was reset.

at first like almost 99% of all who installed these unit we simply started it up and went with the difference from stock parts.

then I read Bills post on resetting the computer with these options and there was a change in performance after following his instructions.

check the old post.

its simple and it works!
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ok this ones for Bill!!


i have the same setup and i noticed EVEN more performance when the computer was reset.

at first like almost 99% of all who installed these unit we simply started it up and went with the difference from stock parts.

then I read Bills post on resetting the computer with these options and there was a change in performance after following his instructions.

check the old post.

its simple and it works!
The only thing I have different is that I remove the original baffles and put in the big cities thunder baffels. ID notice a big horsepower and torque difference. The bike now pools like a freight train with lot more power. Thank you for sharing.
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Old 01-15-2013, 01:59 AM   #14 (permalink)
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I went with the Freedom Performance pipes, Cobra Fi2000 CVT, and stock airbox modified (extra 1" ports along front side) with K&N filter. Pipes installed this past Friday.

Sounds tremendous and runs great (wet roads). Haven't have a chance to drive on dry roads yet and it's still raining. However, love the looks, no light decel popping. All done for under $1000.

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I'll update as soon as weather permits.
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ok this ones for Bill!!


i have the same setup and i noticed EVEN more performance when the computer was reset.

at first like almost 99% of all who installed these unit we simply started it up and went with the difference from stock parts.

then I read Bills post on resetting the computer with these options and there was a change in performance after following his instructions.

check the old post.

its simple and it works!
I guess I will have try it
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