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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-13-2011, 05:17 PM Thread Starter
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Cobra FI200R PowerPro Tuner

Has anyone heard of this or better yet got one. According to what I have been told it gets rid of the mapping required on the old fuel management systems and is like a dynomometer hooked to your bike all the time. I makes many adjustments per second to keep your bike in perfect fuel management.

I want one!!!

Let me know if you know about one in use.

Thanks, Fitz.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-13-2011, 08:01 PM
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I had one on my 1600 vulcan and never liked it. I put a tfi dalbech techlusion on my 08 strat and after 7000 miles am very happy, about $200.00 good luck bob z
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post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-13-2011, 09:50 PM
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Fuel controller

Fitz,

I think the power Pro is the model that has not been out long. Has a little more control than the 2000R. May also connect to the O2 sensor. I see both models on E Bay and here.

http://www.sscustomcycle.com/product...950-1300.shtml

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Shane at sscustomcycle.com, posted it over on delphi.
Still waiting on it to be reviewed. But yes it is kind of like the auto tune power commander V. just all as one unit. A bit over 500 bucks.

Cobra Fi2000R PowerPro Tuner -
New patented technology unlike any other autotune system on the market
Tunes to exactly what air-fuel mixture creates maximum power 80 times per second (does not tune to some arbitrary AFR somebody has picked)
Tunes every gear, every roll-on, every environmental change, every engine mod, lugging the engine, winding it out to redline: it reacts, verifies, and adjusts
No dyno needed
No external adjustments needed
Does not require wide band oxygen sensors
No additional components needed
Provides perfect fuel settings in any condition with any exhaust system, with any engine modification.
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I just put on the fi2000r today, the auto tune is a bit pricey for what i need. I'm just brunning a K&N drop in filter with a 2 into 1, no need for a super tuner that costs over 500 bucks. I'm sure it's a nice unit but I've got better things to spend that kind of money on.(midget porn)

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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-14-2011, 09:03 PM Thread Starter
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LinerDave, yes you are right it is the one that just came out. I am curious to see what kind of power increase can be had by putting some aggressive pipes and increasing the air intake like the Brain has posted. I don't have any low cost access to a dyno so this looks like an easier cheaper route to go.

Bowhunter, that is the same write up on cruisercustomizing, they don't have any in stock yet.

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