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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 07-01-2010, 03:49 PM Thread Starter
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looks like I'm only gonna loose maybe 3-4 mpg , but it's werth it

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plugs into your O2's , and richens the fuel up 8% on our bikes .. Runs a lot cooler and you can really tell the difference ..

if ya have a tuner ya prolly can already do that

http://www.nightrider.com/parts/

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Been thinking about the same a long time. Tell more about your findings, i am curious.
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will do , but I can say running back and forth to werk it's prolly only gonna be 3-4 mpg and it is running a lot cooler at idle after it gets hot ( and it's hot here ) , defintely sounds better , can feel in the throttle it's getting more fuel ..

No road trips yet , but my buddy in Mo got 37-39 at 75-80 on an 1800 mile trip ..

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Ah, grasshopper take the lotus position and let me tell ya - I put down 260 miles yesterday with the newly installed FL-Xied wiring. Temp was 83*, 5 mph wind, full sun, jeans/T-shirt. I was fully aware that -

1) Super easy to install.
2) The bike's throttle response was much quicker. I generally have to roll the throttle to about 1,200 rpm to pull from a stoplight - could just get on it now. No decel popping, engine sounded good.
3) I kept checking the heat next to and behind my right leg and noticed that the heat, while still there, felt less hot (not too scientific) - normally I feel the heat on my inner thigh and I didn't feel it all day. I was aware that while catching a long light in one town that the heat was there but wasn't burning my leg.
4) 44 mpg - 99% hwy (70 mph) 1% towns (35 mph)

So, for $107.95 from phatperformanceparts.com - I'm pretty satisfied.

Oh and BTW - the new sheepskin seat cover worked great too. alaskanleather.com

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Ah, grasshopper take the lotus position and let me tell ya - I put down 260 miles yesterday with the newly installed FL-Xied wiring. Temp was 83*, 5 mph wind, full sun, jeans/T-shirt. I was fully aware that -

1) Super easy to install.

yep real easy didnt have ta call my tech on speed dial
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The bike's throttle response was much quicker. I generally have to roll the throttle to about 1,200 rpm to pull from a stoplight - could just get on it now. No decel popping, engine sounded good.

same problem , solved , that roll on was especially aggravating


3) I kept checking the heat next to and behind my right leg and noticed that the heat, while still there, felt less hot (not too scientific) - normally I feel the heat on my inner thigh and I didn't feel it all day. I was aware that while catching a long light in one town that the heat was there but wasn't burning my leg.

concur , my scientific tests gave same results


4) 44 mpg - 99% hwy (70 mph) 1% towns (35 mph)

US highway to werk 18 miles each way , rarely get outta fourth , and usually crank it a bit to around 3500 , fueled up this morning , 38 mpg ..44 hiway is good I was gettin 47-50 at 70


So, for $107.95 from phatperformanceparts.com - I'm pretty satisfied.

got mine from someone here for half that , so am twice as happy


Oh and BTW - the new sheepskin seat cover worked great too. alaskanleather.com
oooppps I offered ta send ya one

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Ya you did but I wanted one for the back seat too and besides my seat was modified so I got smaller pads for both seats. Thanks anyway.

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Just looked at there site wonder how this work with the fuel pack? Any thoughts?

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Just looked at there site wonder how this work with the fuel pack? Any thoughts?
You don't want to add this to a cycle that has a FuelPak on it. The FuelPak has already changed the air-fuel ratio for you, based on what map you have installed.
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