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Old 12-07-2012, 06:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Cobra Powrflo Air Intake System

Those of you that have one....did you have to adjust your fuel/air ratio, or just put it on? A flyer inside the kit recommends that a Cobra (Fi2000R) Digital Fuel Tuner. Do I need this?
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you don’t need it but you would benefit by having a processor, once you start messing with the air box the air fuel ratio is out of spec and the bike is probably running leaner than it does stock.
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I have it, and the Fi2000 set at 1-2-2 with my MFR's and I get great performance, and still 50mpg. Been running it 2 summers now, no problems. With PowrFlo, the Fi2000 and the pipes, it really woke the bike up.
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If you just put on pipes I would say no but you are adding more air you are probably running leaner. So I would say yes. I have Cobra Fi2000 PowrPro Fuel Processor HONDA -92-1633AT
No guess work on pot to play with works great
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If you just put on pipes I would say no but you are adding more air you are probably running leaner. So I would say yes. I have Cobra Fi2000 PowrPro Fuel Processor HONDA -92-1633AT
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Thanks, Convinced, will order next week...TAZ
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Taz, just to be clear, the one I have is NOT the PowrPro processor. I have the old one with the manual pots. Everyone says the PowrPro is better and it self monitors, and I will upgrade to it someday......someday. No problems with mine though.
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Taz, just to be clear, the one I have is NOT the PowrPro processor. I have the old one with the manual pots. Everyone says the PowrPro is better and it self monitors, and I will upgrade to it someday......someday. No problems with mine though.
Cool, I'll get the new one. Where in NW PA are you?
Im Going to Harrison Valley 22-26 Dec. TAZ
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you will very happy with it. It stop the popping and pulls like of freight train.
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Cool, I'll get the new one. Where in NW PA are you?
Im Going to Harrison Valley 22-26 Dec. TAZ
I'm in the Albion/Edinboro/Meadville area. I don't know where Harrison Valley is but if you're close I would certainly like to buy you a beer! or two lol
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any1 happen to know the K&N® VENTURI AIR FILTER part # ?
Ill have to replace mine eventually
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