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post #1 of 8 Old 05-30-2015, 07:04 PM Thread Starter
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I am new to the XX and I know I'll need a F I Controller . that is if I have any hope of getting the power out of it. what about the Dynatek FI Controller ?? is it going to do what I want ?
there is a good chance I'll be riding a near 6000' at some point in the near future . will is be easy to adjust ?


I would also like to see some pic's of modded air box's . what ya got ?
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I've got the dynojet power commander V its the nest one since u can work on the timing but that's my opinion lol. I did have the alba racing one and u can a just it on the go if u need to
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When I get my bike back I will show u my mod bit it's just the Ehs air box lidd and I side vents with a velocity air filter
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The dynatech fi is exactly the same as the Dynojet Power Commander FC. Can load 2-3 maps on it and then there are 3 dials so you can adjust on the fly.

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Do any of them have O2 feed back? I have a HMF blinky, and it works, but a nice O2 feedback one that keeps the target A/f would be better..;
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Do any of them have O2 feed back? I have a HMF blinky, and it works, but a nice O2 feedback one that keeps the target A/f would be better..;
The Pcv with auto tune will do the trick.

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I am now thinking I should of ordered the Dynojet Power Commander V and the auto tuner kit . would also need a bung for the pipe . i'm thinking this one .
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The auto tune comes with a bung.

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