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Old 11-17-2012, 07:25 AM   #1
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Laugh GS "Power Controller" Discount Sale- In stock!

Orders: got Paypal? send the coins to HIGHTECHCOONASS (at) Gmail (dot) com

We have a 10 in stock the we can ship out this week at a $10 discount.

$75 plus $5 flat rate to ship in the US.

This is a power boost for all GS, smooths out the throttle response, and has been proven around the world - And as always money back guarantee!
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Originally developed for the F800gs / F650GS throttle response... but now used on all BMW EFI bikes....

The problem is the bikes run to lean! - why? because of emissions tuning... the fix? give the engine a little more gas... how I do it? Tell the ECU the air temperature is lower than is actually is... Simple!

This smooths out the throttle response for the F800GS and gives the bike more HP.

It has a 2 position switch....
one position to use for 85 deg F and below ( -36 deg F temperature shift) and
another position to use when the air temp is 85 deg F and above (-18 degree F air temperature shift).

The 2 position switch can be mounted where ever the user prefers.
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This is basically the same general idea as the Accelerator module and the Booster Plug sold overseas but a with a more refined fuel enrichment control when the temperature rises.

The idea of the switch : The rider may take off in the mountain mornings at 40 deg f and it may be 90 deg F later at noon riding in the desert. A -36 deg F offset to the ECU (the way the Accelerator plug works) is not need when the air temperature gets hot. Only a -18 deg F offset to the ECU is needed when the air temperature is above 85 deg f. Better control for a more precise enrichment.

The switch was a request from riders in some of the development discussions.

Good question to go over again.....

Blue position- this setting it tells the ECU that the air temperature is 36 deg F cooler than it is. The ECU enriches the fuel (on increase throttle movement and decrease throttle movement only)

Red position- this setting it tells the ECU that the air temperature is 18 deg F cooler than it is. The ECU enriches the fuel (on throttle movement only)
Less enrichment is needed when air temperature is above 85 deg F.

Steady state throttle- the O2 sensor controls enrichment!


Orders: got Paypal? send the coins to Hightechcoonass (at) Gmail (dot) com

Cost: $85 plus $5 to ship
5% of the sales to Baldy and the ADVRIDER web site!

WAL-MART guarantee - if you are not happy with the performance of the Power Controller please return for 100% refund!!!!

Originally Posted by HighTechCoonass
Originally Posted by HighTechCoonass
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Use sticky to stick down a base and tyrap the sensor to the "stick base"

5. Mount the switch where ever you prefer...

operations: the "red paint" on the switch is for -10 offset (above 85 deg F) away from the red paint or blue is for -20 deg c) when temperature is below 85 deg F.)

any question PLEASE send me a PM!!!!!! I check a few times a day!!!
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