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Im new to the fuel injection world. I need to know what the difference is between the piggy back units that need to be plugged into a pc or dont and which one is better. Im thinking of getting the BIG GUN. let me know what you think
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Power commander's need to use a pc. All other Dobeck style fuel controllers don't. Power commander 3 or 5 are best. Dobecks are fine for non built motors. I have a dobeck with a stage 3 cam, full exhaust, uni and lid kit. Works fine and is easy to adjust.
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The dobek style efi controller (EHS) will be the easiest for the average rider to learn and adjust... especially if you're new to efi. If you don't have a built motor, it's what I'd recommend.

I have a Barker exhaust, UNI filter and EHS lid and controller... no motor mods. The EHS controller works just great. As a bonus... Eric at EHS is great to work with and will help you with any questions.

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what dose ehs stand for and where can i get one
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