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Old 04-20-2013, 02:14 PM   #7
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Location: Grand Valley, Colorado
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Just want to clarify a few things. Increased torque will not change the engine braking. So the amount of resistance the engine gives you on a steep downhill will not change with a change in torque. The increased torque, will help maintain rpm, and speed as you go up a steep hill climb, or say you ride into increased head wind. This is a "poor mans" fuel controller, and if you are looking to fix the off idle kangaroo hop, then Hightechcoonass, has the fix for you. If you want to fix it through out the power range for real, then a Dynojet Power commander-5 with Auto tune is your answer. It really depends on your budget.

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