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post #1 of 20 Old 03-17-2011, 10:44 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel controller Mounting spots

Hey guys well I finally gave in and ordered my exhaust and the PCV for the 700 should be arriving next week sometime. But I was wondering where you guys mounted your fuel controllers? I have seen many just under the seat but would putting it inside the air box hurt anything. Helps it offer a littler more water protection I would think. But help me out please
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A lot of guys put them in the airbox. You'll have to cut the lid a little for the wires or you can get one of those plastic travel size q tip boxes and put it in that and put it anywhere under the seat. Welcome to the club.

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Thats where I have mine works great

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I put my EHS controller in the airbox. I took the EHS block off billet block an... I drilled a hole on the very edge an notched it, put the controller through the stock air intake hole an... slid the billet in with the wires in the groove I drilled an cut, then I took a small ice screw container I had (much like the q-tip case) an.. I drilled a small hole for the wires to come out of it an.. I attached the case to the airbox with some velcro brand hook an loop, an then attached the controller inside the little case with some more velcro brand hook an loop. Then I siliconed the groove where the wires pass through the groove I cut in the billet block off. I can now take off the seat and airbox lid, open the hinged cover of my q-tip type plastic case an adjust as needed, with the protection of the airbox, and the plastic case. I check it every once in a while to see if it had come loose, but... after 50 miles of some pretty wooped out trails it was still hook an looped in place.

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pics would be nice of this setup manchvegas!

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Thanks looks to be thats where everyone has them mounted hopefully they get here tomorow. And i agree with Rappy pics of this setup would be nice.
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I have the EHS in the airbox and slipped the wires alongside the engine breather . No cutting or trimming and remains water tight , with a little grease.

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I just put my pc3 right under the little rubber cover over the battery. It gets wet all the time, but still works fine (for now lol).

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i put mine here brother, on a special bracket, its nice having it here so you can mess with it while ridding.

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You program yours while riding. I set mine once and haven't looked at it since. Mines also in airbox. Figure if it goes under, programmer is least of my worries.


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