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post #1 of 19 Old 04-24-2011, 06:59 PM Thread Starter
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Background: Trail riding, Mountain Riding(lots of drastic elevation changes), and some good quality muddy H20 riding.

I don't drag, don't care about top end. What I do care about is ease of use.....

I am thinking about ordering the "Big 3" package. Everything in one shot(Ease of use) Then I start reading about having to program the controller. Would I have to learn how to do this since I frequent many different riding areas at many different elevations. Is it easy to do? Or Would I just have to set it once from the shop and be done with it?

Just trying to make sure I make the right decision and looking for input.
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Basically what I am saying is.

I got some money. i want to upgrade. Im not mechanically inclined. Gimme the easiest way to do this
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I'd get a 13t front sprocket, sway bar and upper front A arms before I went upgrading the engine since you don't drag or care about top end. It will be much more fun to ride on the trails and stuff with those upgrades.

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X 2 work on the handling first. get you that 13 tooth, maybe even some new shocks!?

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I guess I should have posted what my current plans are also.

I got the 13t on and Ordering UNI filter and sway bar this week.

I just been reading good things for the low end response of the big 3 pack package. The bike only got 2-3 tanks through it. would shocks be that necessary already?
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I think they would be a good investment. I personally do not have any yet but alot of guys on here have said that its makes it alot better handling. I do have a pipe, programmer and power lid though and it does make a big difference.

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you got the upgrade bug just like everyone else just decide what order your getting it all in them buy buy buy lol gonna do it anyways
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The prgrammer alone stops a lot of the low rpm stalling. It did for me anyway.


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Get the EHS big 3! You really don't need shocks yet. The controller is very easy to use. It will come already programmed. You may need to adjust slightly for extreme elevation changes,but it's super easy and only takes a few seconds.
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Get the EHS big 3! You really don't need shocks yet. The controller is very easy to use. It will come already programmed. You may need to adjust slightly for extreme elevation changes,but it's super easy and only takes a few seconds.
Yeah that was my only concern. I know I plan to BUY BUY BUY :-D

The problem is buying something I am not sure and have never used.... AKA: Fuel Controller. But if it is "Super Easy" Then The Big 3 will most likely get added to the list this week.

Thanks

EDIT: Also the extreme Elevation changes will be on the fly. Like in Mann at Rockhouse. Up and down the side of a mountain.
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