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post #11 of 37 (permalink) Old 01-14-2013, 05:24 AM
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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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post #12 of 37 (permalink) Old 01-14-2013, 01:11 PM
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For Bill 460 Breville

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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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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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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post #16 of 37 (permalink) Old 08-12-2015, 09:08 PM
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I have a Honda VTX1300CXA abs fury and i bought cobra air intake and speedsteer swept exhaust and fi2000r powrpro auto tune i installed it and it works, but the engine light blinks 3 times and stays on after that. What do i do to get rid of the engine light?
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post #17 of 37 (permalink) Old 08-13-2015, 01:01 AM
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Go back and check all of your connections (fuel injector plugs(all 4) and ground). If it still lights up check where the wiring goes inside of the powerpro to make sure it hasn't come loose and make sure your ground terminal on the battery is tight.

When you get this all figured out Ride it for a little while to get a good feel for it and then........

Sell the powerpro and get your ECU reflashed so that you know what real power feels like... Lol

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That's very interesting indeed. Looking at the dyno figures you have posted here, I make the following comparisons with the ECU re-flash figures posted on here:

Your Set-up Power: 60.48hp @4500rpm
ECU reflash two pipes: 63.71hp @5000rpm
Difference: 3.23hp in favour of the ECU reflash

Your Set-up torque: 77.59lb-s @3500rpm
ECU reflash two pipes: 75.05lb-s @3500rpm
Difference: 2.54lb-s in favour of your Set-up

Since torque is much more important than the little gain in hp at the top of the ref range, based on the figures supplied I'd go for your (or equivalent) Set-up any time.
Of course the ECU reflash provides some other features such as lower idle, different cooling fan response times and a higher rev-limiter response (which is beyond max hp rpm and therefore of debatable benefit).
It would be interesting to see your Set-up and the ECU reflash combined.
Given that the ECU reflash requires premium fuel as well....you be the judge.
I know, this posting might be controversial and surely will not earn me the popularity of the month award. Nevertheless there is some soul searching required. Is the ECU reflash on here over-hyped
Watch out Pickel, incoming.

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That's very interesting indeed. Looking at the dyno figures you have posted here, I make the following comparisons with the ECU re-flash figures posted on here:



Your Set-up Power: 60.48hp @4500rpm

ECU reflash two pipes: 63.71hp @5000rpm

Difference: 3.23hp in favour of the ECU reflash



Your Set-up torque: 77.59lb-s @3500rpm

ECU reflash two pipes: 75.05lb-s @3500rpm

Difference: 2.54lb-s in favour of your Set-up



Since torque is much more important than the little gain in hp at the top of the ref range, based on the figures supplied I'd go for your (or equivalent) Set-up any time.

Of course the ECU reflash provides some other features such as lower idle, different cooling fan response times and a higher rev-limiter response (which is beyond max hp rpm and therefore of debatable benefit).

It would be interesting to see your Set-up and the ECU reflash combined.

Given that the ECU reflash requires premium fuel as well....you be the judge.

I know, this posting might be controversial and surely will not earn me the popularity of the month award. Nevertheless there is some soul searching required. Is the ECU reflash on here over-hyped

Watch out Pickel, incoming.



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The timing and fuel map is what makes the Flash .
I don't imagine anyone with the Flash needs to redline their engine to feel the difference .
I don't think anyone who hasn't rode a Flashed Fury is qualified to comment
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It would be interesting to see the numbers after an ECU Flash with the PowerPro on top of it. Or has anyone attempted this yet? Would the PowerPro cancel out the affects of the ECU Flash? Just curious but not curious enough to do this to my scooter

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