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Old 09-07-2011, 12:47 PM   #1351
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ordered mine when there were about 23 left from the original 100...patiently waiting...
I can't remember that long ago but think I ordered mine on the second to last day I'm expecting mine summer of 2012 The golden egg in all this is I've turned out to not be an early adopter of new technology!

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Old 09-07-2011, 02:35 PM   #1352
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that's some weird HTML going on there, Al...
Yes Allonsye, it's also affecting new post formatting. You can please fix it by either removing my quote from your post. Or remove the formatting tags within the quote, and leave only the (quote=Poolside)(/quote) tags.


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Old 09-07-2011, 02:44 PM   #1353
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Question placement help

trying to figger where to to put the "wunder farkle" and how.



Thinking of small self tapping screws to attach but loath to put any holes in the airbox lid.
Also not sure about the Fuse box cover.
the seat rod?
w/o taking tupperware off not sure where to put it.
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Old 09-07-2011, 02:50 PM   #1354
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BTW Mine just came in the mail.

question: I need to do a syncro job and replace my engine cables, should I do these first ??
No. It will not matter. Well unless the sync is off by a very large amount, like one of the TB cables is pulled out of the cable adjuster.

The running issues with the motor are not caused by TB sync issues, they are caused by a wrongly-chosen ECU. A person should be able to do a sync 'by ear', you know, get it close enough. That 'close enough' sync should work perfect, and would work perfect if it were not for the ECU.


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Old 09-07-2011, 02:58 PM   #1355
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trying to figger where to to put the "wunder farkle" and how.

Thinking of small self tapping screws to attach but loath to put any holes in the airbox lid.

Also not sure about the Fuse box cover.
Do not mount it upright, lean it on its side. Other than that, it doesn't matter.


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Old 09-07-2011, 05:39 PM   #1356
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Labats isn't beer. It's only to be drunk after you run out of Whiskey, or about to die from thirst. No good beer has Labats or Molson on the can. Now I can hook you up with some very niiice Micro brews. Although those seem to be lacking in TX. Seattle /Vancouver area rocks. Must be all the gloomy days drowning your sorrow in beer.

As for riding if you don't ride above 100 in TX you don't ride. So I was meaning more the Cali riders. But I have noticed it is either 100+ or less than 40. What's with that? Although that makes the adjustable fuel injection fooler a "must have".

As for Californicators well there's no figurin' there.
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Old 09-07-2011, 07:06 PM   #1357
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Ok so my first ride report with an IICE-Aire.
Conditions;
IICE- Aire in stock (-20) setting, ambient air temp at 80ºF

It's like in the 'old days' just after a tune up and oil change. The engine runs really crisp and revs quicker and there's more POWER everywhere. So you wind up revving higher and shifting with abandon, in full hooligan mode. And the idle is smoother, and it pulls away from a stop with more authority, as in YeeeeHaaaa. The several hesitations (just off idle, and just after whacking the throttle open to name 2) are all improved.

So it's like a tune up in a little box, only this one won't fade away as the points pit and corrode and the plugs load up.
Just plug it in and feel the POWER!!! Muuwhahahaha

And yes it still shoots FLAMES and the howitzer sound effects are still available when in tunnels… just kidding about the flames

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Old 09-07-2011, 07:30 PM   #1358
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Could you please add an addendum to the Air manual stating the temp ranges for the each of the 3 settings.

Like for 90* + days.
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Old 09-07-2011, 07:53 PM   #1359
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Really hot, use the -10°C setting.
Really cold, use the -30°C setting.
Rest of the time, use the factory setting of -20°C.


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Old 09-07-2011, 08:28 PM   #1360
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Ah, so I should be changing this thing...
It's hotter than a... well its really hot here lately. I'll give it a try tomorrow on my way home from the salt mine.

I don't care what they write about you on the walls of the bars in Belmont Shores, Poolside, you're alright.

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Really hot, use the -10°C setting.
Really cold, use the -30°C setting.
Rest of the time, use the factory setting of -20°C.

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Old 09-07-2011, 08:43 PM   #1361
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It's prolly all true.


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Old 09-07-2011, 09:47 PM   #1362
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trying to figger where to to put the "wunder farkle" and how.



Thinking of small self tapping screws to attach but loath to put any holes in the airbox lid.
Also not sure about the Fuse box cover.
the seat rod?
w/o taking tupperware off not sure where to put it.
I just wrapped my wires around the air temp sensor and diagnostic plug holder and stuffed the little box in the available space, for now.

Perhaps I'll do a IICE-Aire install 4 dummies write up with lots of pictures with circles and arrows and RED X's and paragraphs exposing all the un-documented factory secrets they could never reveal because the competition would steal them…

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Old 09-07-2011, 09:54 PM   #1363
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I just wrapped my wires around the air temp sensor and diagnostic plug holder and stuffed the little box in the available space, for now.

Perhaps I'll do a IICE-Aire install 4 dummies write up with lots of pictures with circles and arrows and RED X's and paragraphs exposing all the un-documented factory secrets they could never reveal because the competition would steal them…

JJ
I can see it now. 1 step of what to do (plug in and ziptie), and 5 pages of what not to do... (do not put a 3" drywall screw into the top of the fusebox)


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Old 09-07-2011, 09:55 PM   #1364
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Old 09-07-2011, 10:05 PM   #1365
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I can see it now. 1 step of what to do (plug in and ziptie), and 5 pages of what not to do... (do not put a 3" drywall screw into the top of the fusebox)

3 inches. 3 INCHES?

shit I was figuring on some reel holding power and was gunna use 8" square drive #3 self boring sheet metal screws! That sucker wasn't going anywhere (and neither would the bike after all the smoke escaped)

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