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  1. 2 reviews

    USB (Universal Serial Bus) port provides an instant and automatic connection to the Power Commander Control Center software; simply power up the unit and connect the PCIII USB to the computer with the supplied cable Provides precise information for fine-tuning a fuel-injected motorcycle when changing an air filter, installing a new exhaust system or doing additional engine performance modifications Each unit includes a built-in microprocessor and a specific map designed to improve engine performance over stock; Dynojet continuously maps new calibrations for each bike for downloading at their web site If you do not have a computer, you can change the settings with three touch buttons on the faceplate OEM-style wiring connectors with improved harness protection are supplied; no wiring modifications required Includes easy-to-follow instructions Direct injector control technology manages the fuel curve on models that do not have the sensors to monitor fuel adjustment Features an expansion port for future add-on modules from Dynojet Software is compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Wista and Windows 7 USB special cable and 9V battery power adapter are included Made in the USA
  2. Trkn369

    Honda CRF250L (2014)

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    Lots of fun
  3. BPS

    Honda CRF250L (2014)

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    Love it.
  4. michaelg131

    Honda CRF250L (2015)

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    Having not hit the trails or an enduro for the better part of 14 years I decided to pull the trigger on a 2015 CRF250L, I almost purchased the WR250 but the price and my credit kind of pushed it out of the running, not to mention that I tend to be a bit short 5' 8" and the WR felt like I was climbing a minor mountian. To preface the last time I rode 2 strokes were legal, and a fuel injected bike didn't exist. At any rate having recently gotten my 93 DR350 running but lacking a title to go street legal I opted for the CRF. Out of the shop I noticed that it was for lack of a better term kinda nutless. Here in Texas many of the backroads are 75 mph so it is somewhat harrowing to push the bike that hard. <br /><br /> <br /><br />I rode on it untouched for a month, I did like my commute gas bill going from $44 a week in my truck to $5.44 every 2 weeks on the Honda. Where the bike was a pure joy to ride was the woods. No you won't be climbing mountians on it but it is so nimble in the woods vs the old DR. The suspension and stock tires are a bit hard to deal with but honestly who in their right mind buys a dual purpose with the intent of nailing doubles at the local MX track. I have kind of gotten a bit out of shape and still the stock suspension suits my needs. To be honest I like how it dives a bit in the turns. The real test was a 329 mile back roads ride from Austin to DFW and back. The average speed limit was 75 posted I was having trouble holding 70 and about 100 miles in thanked god I changed the seat. In strong cross winds the higher center of gravity is a bit harder to deal with. I also noticed it seems to run a bit hot especially on your left knee as the fan kicks on. I was a bit afraid of overheating but Captian Slow plodded along. (yeah I named the bike after James May on top gear UK) If you are shy on cash and you have $300 to pick any mods I would stress the 13t sprocket, seat, and handgrips. You will thank yourself so will your rear and hands. After it's paid off I plan to go full on modding.<br /><br /> <br /><br />I finally dropped a bit of money into it (not the warranty voiding variety)<br /><br />I went to a 13T front sprocket (made all of the gears useable with the 14T i considered 4th gear an option and nigh useless)<br /><br />got a seat concepts low profile seat (yeah I am short 5'8" and 210 lbs...)<br /><br />Tusk Fat bar with adapter<br /><br />Holeshot pad for a gps / smart phone<br /><br />Tusk hand guards<br /><br />Protaper Pillow grips<br /><br /> <br /><br />This notched the comfort level up a good bit, I wanted new suspension and the FMF but I like my warranty and after a full bottom and top end rebuild on the DR I don't feel like turning a wrench on my commuter.<br /><br /> <br /><br />Pros:<br /><br />It is cheaper than the competition.<br /><br />5 year warranty for $400, yeah that is nice.<br /><br />Gas mileage is not the 73 it claims it is closer to about 56 - 60 but still...<br /><br />The Service intervals, it is a cheap ride if you take care of it.<br /><br />It is a good bike if you trend shorter<br /><br />Nimble in the woods<br /><br />It runs well on 87 octane actually mine seems to prefer 87...<br /><br />Brakes are pretty darn good.<br /><br />I have to say it but it is a good looking machine stock.<br /><br />The clutch has a 1 finger pull, easiest I have ever had.<br /><br /> <br /><br /> <br /><br />Cons:<br /><br />It's power is underwhealming even vs a 22 year old air cooled 4 stroke.<br /><br />The stock seat is like having a 2x4 wedged up your crack<br /><br />The stock bars and grips transfer excessive vibration and cause a good deal of arm pump.<br /><br />The stock 14t front sproket makes the bike run a bit jerky especially in lower gears.<br /><br />Since it has a fuel pump and fuel injector I fear running gas out on it will end up torching the fuel system.<br /><br />The low fuel indicator comes on at half a gallon left and is very touchy with slopes.<br /><br />I think the idle is set too low from the factory and it likes to stall.<br /><br />The clutch feels like it does not fully engage ever.<br /><br /> <br /><br />Conclusion:<br /><br />If I could go back in time and pick a different bike as a dual sport I would petition Honda to make a 450L, none of the other offerings are in my price range or near as a complete package as a 250L. The WR is nicer off the floor but for the price the performance isn't a lot better (got to try a friends) The Suzuki was almost my choice but it had a bulkiness to it I didn't quite like and was too tall. Anything 650? No thanks. I would still walk off the showroom floor with the same 250L. Update: Stage 1 mods, very fun I can now accelerate in a headwind. Decided to go back to stock gearing since it is my commuter and the stage one gave it some balls. Saving up for a racetech or YSS rear Racetech front suspension rebuild. If the tax return is big enough this year maybe I can pay it off and 305 it as well. Man I don't think I could like this bike more except I got to try a road legal 2015 WR450L that well makes me kind of wander, then again even with all the mods the CRF250L still comes out $700 cheaper also the seat height on the WR would make me have to carry phone books in my riding pack.
  5. shadow100

    Ejk in the Uk

    Anybody know where I can get an EJK from in the UK, been. Searching for hours but cant find one without shipping from the States.
  6. Tcsglassworks

    EJK Electronic Fuel Control Module

    15 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS Comes pre-programmed for the best results. Load Based Tuning takes into account RATE, TPS and RPM to construct three main zones for fuel adjustment. "On-the-fly' tuning. You can make fuel adjustments in your garage, in your buddy's garage, on the side of the road. Plug-n-play installation. Simple and easy tuning. Does not require a computer or software to tune.
  7. halo.spaceboy

    Husaberg FS570 (2011)

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    Review: Once I got it setup how I wanted it... it became the best bike I have owned. 6-speed, Fuel injected, 250lbs, 56.5 stock WHP(I have the dyno), full suspension (yes, it is identical to FE setup), hydraulic clutch, brembo brakes, and everything is made to be disassembled trackside. No complaints! People think that the range on it is bad. Most riders fill up every 100 miles and this can do that plus some on a tank. I am a little bit frustrated that there is no tripometer, There is an aftermarket switch you can get (speedo dependent.. http://www.ktm-parts.com/54814073000.html).. but i never did. Instead I bought a Trail Tech.. it is easy to setup and I got a great deal on a voyager. Trail Techs can connect right to the factory speedo sensor so that was easy and it will give you a tach too! I need to point out that everyone thinks there is a problem with parts availability.. wake up, its 2016 & we have the internet now. Here are some of the regular places I go to for parts: http://www.husabergshop.se/ (good KTM part number reference) http://www.ktm-parts.com/ (I get a lot of stuff here) http://www.gunnisonmotorsports.com/aboutus.htm http://slavensracing.com/ https://www.brpmoto.com/ http://www.enduroeng.com/ Maintenance: 1. Valve shims. You probably will have to shim the valves after the breakin.. after that, they have not moved.. 2. Oil Change frequency is no different than any other KTM/MXer. Everyone looking to go to this bike complains about oil change frequency... STOP TRYING TO COMMUTE on this thing. You easily can.. and sometimes I do... but I know that i will have to change the oil. This is not a daily commuter, it is a daily monster. There is a reason why honda civics go for 10k miles without an oil change.. they are commuter vehicles, that is their thing. If you want a commuter bike, buy a DRZ (I love my DRZs BTW). Also.. yes, motorex and KTM filters are expensive but you dont HAVE to use them. There are alternative filters however the alternate oil options that you SHOULD use are also expensive. Necessary/Recommended upgrades and Known issues: ***Dont buy a piggyback/parallel unit such as the dynojet/JD tuner/bazzaz.. I tried the JDJetting one and it was very disappointing. I still have it.. sitting in a box somewhere.. what a waste. Instead, just do the below... 1. US Model runs lean as hell stock.. .. remove the evap canister .. talk to Fritz Kadlec(the owner) and send him your ECU to flash with the competition map. This is night and day. 2. Get the timing/ignition map switch.. KTM/Berg factory is good.. or the TT Online one. Set it to 'wild' and you might as well forget about it. 3. Get a full pipe. The factory exhaust is very restrictive. I have FMF megabomb setup.. it is cheaper and has only a fraction of less gain than AK. 4. DNA Air Filter.. dont mess with the twin air and so on.. just get DNA, it is the best and is as easy to maintain as a K&N. (have to order from EU) 5. Everyone says the factory fuel pump is crap.. rumor always seems to be that it is dues to excessive heat. I am not sure I believe that. Regardless, I had a B$%^$ of a time with the pump. Bike would run awesome, then randomly die while riding. After power off/on, fuel pump doesn't prime. Replaced the pump with CACycleWorks & same thing. CA Cycleworks sent me another one for free (something about the heat index testing may not have been done on the one I received). No worries.. after getting it all back together. Similar problem. Long story short, I soldered the leads to the fuel pump on, never had an issue since. I dont know why it is good now.. just know that the bike vibrates pretty hard while under throttle. It has been almost 3 years without issue. 6. The bike is hot.. and runs hot. Use track coolant.. (watterwetter, engineice.. etc) Dont use normal fluids, it doesn't work as well. KTM makes a fan kit for it. I recommend it otherwise you will probably boil your radiator over (depending where you live). 7. Boiling over your radiator onto the road? See #7 and maybe get a motion pro or similar coolant catch canister. 8. Have some spare fasteners laying around. (I did mention this thing shakes, right?) 9. The seat is a wooden plank. There are some options from www.fishersaddlebags.com/ or seatconcepts.com/ but they are ugly as f#%@ 10. I did get a bigger rear sprocket because I just wanted more low end launch. I can still go 100 MPH easily and it pulls hard up hills through 5th now.
  8. so it finally happened... i got me one sexy piggy today!!! its been cold and raining all day here, so i parked her next to the ol' tanning bed, and proceeded to put the flatlands skid plate and radiator guards, manrack, wolfman enduro tank bag, and wolman weekender bag for the tail... my hand guards will be here thursday and i will be ordering the stage 1 kit in a few weeks... not much to post other then a lil picture... i cant even begin to tell you how happy i am with her so far... i i tried taking some pictures but it seems to be too dark in the room. so tomorrow i will get some pics of my girl for you guys... thank you guys for all the great advice and words of wisdom.. . ohhhhh, and i can finally post as a crf250l owner now!!!!!
  9. I think somewhere KTMPete said he was running one, Im waiting for him to come around , does anyone else have that module? I assume if you go to that module , that you need to put the TPS back to stock?
  10. 1 review

    Comes with application specific harness using OEM connectors for easy plug and play installation Preprogrammed with maps for stock exhaust and slip-on exhaust Computer USB II interface with easy to use software for tuning Gear dependent fuel trims Closed loop self tuning optional Z-AFM kit (must be purchased separately) For closed course competition use only NOT FOR STREET USE
  11. maddcapp1

    Suzuki GSX-R1000 (2007)

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    All time favorite bike
  12. alsr1

    KTM 500 EXC (2017)

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    Newest edition to the garage and what an edition it is . The lightest and easiest bike to ride fast I've ever owned.
  13. BrapSplat

    Husaberg FE450 (2010)

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    FX actually. 58hp
  14. So I installed the controller and it was beyond easy, but; what I'm wondering is do you have to manually adjust to different modes for cruising acceleration and full throttle or does it auto adjust when you're cruising/accelerating/going full throttle?
  15. CO MotoRider

    Honda CRF450R (2009)

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    Fun bike, turns well. A lot of head shake while riding rough trails wide open fifth gear but being real far forward helps a ton. Lowering link and suspension done at Factory Connection helps stock turning issues (apparently it would "Stink Bug").
  16. 1 review

    Patented stealth technology No computer needed to adjust EFI when additional fuel delivery is needed Tap-on stealth technology (doesnt interfere with stock ECU map) Uses carburetor tuning logic. Simple to adjust with a screw driver Increases horsepower Improves throttle response Simple plug-in design installs in minutes with factory type wiring harness LED lights indicate fuel delivery settings while tuning Wont interfere with stock sensors and inputs Compact size - 3 long x 1 wide x 5/8 thick
  17. Chris669

    fmf fuel controller

    Hi ALL I have got a fmf full system and fmf fuel controller 2nd hand at a good price,is there different settings to program it or it does it automatically?if not what are the best settings for this exhaust,standard bike with no mods!!
  18. I'm pretty sure I want to put the EJK controller on my bike to add some punch. However, I only have 70 miles on to date, (bad weather and a bad schedule). Does anyone see a problem in adding the controller during the break in period? Smarter to wait? While I'm on the subject, can I expect the performance to improve after break in, or does it stay pretty consistent?
  19. Kuroneko3

    Yamaha YZF-R6 (2008)

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    My Race Slut! Great bike, takes a slaughtering every other weekend and always comes back for more!
  20. Ctone23

    Suzuki RMZ250 (2015)

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    2015 RMZ 250 Updated Review 1 Year ownership. For anyone who read my initial review, you will recall I praised the RMZ 250 for its outstanding handling. I have decided to come back a year later to go over my thoughts of ownership and maintenance. Performance- The bike still runs fantastic and starts up with ease. No major issues whatsoever. My only complaint with the RMZ is the clutch. Despite installing the Rekluse auto clutch, sometimes the bike has a really faint clutch feel. Perhaps replacing the OEM clutch basket may help. In my experience the bike shifts fine despite the faint feel. You essentially just need to trust the bike and be deliberate with your shifts. When the bike gets hot the clutch (for me at least) loses some of the feel when traveling from 2nd gear to 3rd. Maintenance - I've put a good number of hours this year on the bike, and she still runs great. Routine oil changes, air filter cleaning, improved coolant, etc, have gone a long way (in my opinion) of the bike running and performing well on the track.
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