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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-17-2012, 04:02 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel Manager Advice needed

Good Afternoon! I was considering getting a Fuel Manager for my Sabre vt1300, more specifically the one from EJK, (Electronic Jet Kit.com $225 shipped). Kind of seems like the same as the Cobra Fi2000, except this is all digital, more controllability and waterproof. Is it worth getting on this bike or only do you need it for popping? I have a K&N air filter and stock exhaust drilled up to 1/2" I get a little pop now and then but nothing crazy. I guess this helps keep the fuel ratio more to the 12-13:1 vs. the lean factory spec.

Please give me a feedback on if I should get this thing for my bike. Thanks!
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There are many options on the market but only one for me. Rather than start a posting contest you can look in Find all threads started by Señor Gar for my experience and that of many others. You have altered the factory tune to some extent and will likely do more in the future. Unless you are an expert tuner with time or money (dyno testing) on your hands, simple is best.

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Cobra Power Pro and DynoJet PC5 seem to be at the top with the Cobra being plug & play it would be my recommendation if you are doing the install yourself.
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Thanks Gar. I was trying to avoid forking out a lot of dough for the power pro. However if its the best thing out there short of Dyno, I'd rather get that. I dyno tuned my car but wasn't interested in doing that to my bike.


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I have the Cobra swept pipes Cobra Power flow intake I have removed the baffles and install big city thunder baffles. I had the Cobra Fi2000 but I got a lot of popping. I installed the Cobra Power Pro The popping when a way and the bike now the pulls like a freight train I am very happy with the setup. Talk about power.

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powerpro ordered

Thanks Finally & JW. I just ordered a Fi2000r power pro from amazon. Was $447. I'm sure it will be just great [fingers crossed, money gone]
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Very good price ! You can uncross your fingers now, you won't be disappointed .
Just make sure it is the SKU: 92-1633AT ... the vendor has mistakenly called it an Fi2000R - there is no 'R' in the Fi2000 PowrPro Tuner.
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Yeah, I was looking at that, but it does have 'AT' listed there with correct picture. Thanks for the FYI-


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Very good price ! You can uncross your fingers now, you won't be disappointed .
Just make sure it is the SKU: 92-1633AT ... the vendor has mistakenly called it an Fi2000R - there is no 'R' in the Fi2000 PowrPro Tuner.
If this is the vendor you are good to go .
Does this model suit the Australian 2010 ABS model?


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I have heard nothing but good reports for the PowrPro. For the money, you can't go wrong.
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