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Old 07-08-2012, 12:33 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by CPRFAB View Post

A customer alerted us to this thread and we wanted to let everyone know that this MAP sensor issue has been fixed early on. For some reason our test bikes had more than enough wire length to meet up but some bikes do not. Probably a difference in who was making the harnesses. We have since moved the map sensor to the front of the base plate where A: It cannot interfere with the throttle plates if installed improperly and B: The wire loom will easily reach it. All of our dealers have these models now. (We also stopped putting those impossible to remove stickers on the plate, sorry about that!)

Moto-treks, thank you for posting this how to and the kind words. It still thrills us to see when our customers find such great results from our Rottweiler Filter. Be safe and most of all, have a great ride!
That would sure make it easier to install as you could skip the whole cut the wires and add 5 inches step
Moto Trek'n to New York via the Trans Labrador Hwy, South America


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