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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 11-04-2011, 10:46 PM Thread Starter
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Dobeck Perf Fuel Manag. (Tap On) - C/M109 anyone know about this?

Has anyone used one of these?
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Im confused as to the gen 3 stuff, does that come with the controller or something?

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Im confused as to the gen 3 stuff, does that come with the controller or something?
The one you are looking at is GEN 2 marketed under the Dobeck label. It uses 4 analog potentiometers that are adjusted with a screwdriver to modify fueling for cruise, acceleration and high load; the fourth sets the RPM switch point between cruise mode and the other 2 modes.



The GEN 3 is sold by aftermarket vendors (not Dobeck) and generally tailored to specific product or applications. It is digitally switched by +, - and mode buttons. There are the 3 modes as in GEN 2 plus 3 more modes to control the range or sensitivity of the first three.
Dobeck recommends that either controller be adjusted by a trained technician with the aid or a Dynamometer.

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Im confused as to the gen 3 stuff, does that come with the controller or something?

Get yourself a Cobra PowerPro autotune and you don't have to adjust anything.

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Get yourself a Cobra PowerPro autotune and you don't have to adjust anything.
That's what I use , but if you talk to MFR he doesn't run one and maintains there not needed ??


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I have one also and love it. I guess everyone is entitled to their own opinion.

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What Jag said...Get the best technology in the market today "Cobra powrpro" and you don't have to worry about settings with whatever mods you do to your bike...

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No question that the Cobra PowrPro sounds ideal .

Can anyone who is running the PowrPro explain without guessing what happens to fuel trim on cruise since Cobra's info clearly states that the Powrpro fuel trim only happens on acceleration.

Just to put this in perspective here is a direct quote from Cobra ...
"The Fi2000 PowrPro only corrects fuel. It does not correct poor product choices or combinations (say a high flow air filter with restrictive exhaust pipes, orshorty pipes with no baffles.). It does not alter timing. And the Continuously Variable Tuning feature of this product works under acceleration only."
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No question that the Cobra PowrPro sounds ideal .

Can anyone who is running the PowrPro explain without guessing what happens to fuel trim on cruise since Cobra's info clearly states that the Powrpro fuel trim only happens on acceleration.

Just to put this in perspective here is a direct quote from Cobra ...
"The Fi2000 PowrPro only corrects fuel. It does not correct poor product choices or combinations (say a high flow air filter with restrictive exhaust pipes, orshorty pipes with no baffles.). It does not alter timing. And the Continuously Variable Tuning feature of this product works under acceleration only."
With all do respect, some people wants to know how everything works...I leave that to Cobra's engineers.

I'm running MFR custom 2 into 1 shorty pipes no baffles and Spike air intake with pair valves remove and I have tremendous respond on acceleration with zero popping in deceleration without having to full-around with settings and Dynos. Plus getting about 54 MPG.


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