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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-05-2015, 11:45 AM Thread Starter
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Custom EFI Programming

My 2007 1300 came with an EFI custom computer, and I think it is a Cobra model?



There was no owners manual or anything for it. The Bike also has an Aftermarket high flow air filter.

Eventually I am going to want a higher flowing Exhaust as well.

So, my question is, with a Programmer like this, will I need to load a Custom EFI Map, or is this device able to read what is going on and automatically make adjustments? It looks like I have to remove the device fully if I am going to upload anything to it.

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This video has a lot of info about that unit.. Sounds like you don't have to do anything.. Just leave it plugged in..

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Thank you for the link. I will check it out!
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CVT - Continuously Variable Tuning. That is very nice and hands free. Thanks again!
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CVT - Continuously Variable Tuning. That is very nice and hands free. Thanks again!
Any Time! Glad I could help.
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Contact the manufacturer and they will most likely send you a users manual or a link to it online.

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That video, while informative, was like being yelled at, Billy-Mays-style...only in slow-motion.

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That video, while informative, was like being yelled at, Billy-Mays-style...only in slow-motion.
Maybe he was just trying to get his voice orientated?
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Hahaha! I hear that word all the TIME! Thank God I'm not the only one noticing stuff like that....I thought it was a sickness of mine...

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That video, while informative, was like being yelled at, Billy-Mays-style...only in slow-motion.
His presentation was pretty awful, but I just focused really hard on the information and ignored the presentation manner.
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