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Old 06-03-2012, 09:36 AM   #91
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Thanks for the great posts and pics the last few days. I am installing mine (no directions) and realize I have it wrong on the breather also. I also had to remount the sensor as the wire was too tight.
A question. Mine is a 2011 R, on mapping the only map I am seeing that is for non stock on TUNECUis for Akro's. Am I missing the obvious for a map specifically for a CPR with aftermarket exhaust. I happen to be running FMF. Anyone?
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Old 06-03-2012, 10:00 AM   #92
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You'll be very lucky to find a map specifically for your bike/setup....I have the Akra map running in conjuction with a Bazzaz Z-AFM & Z-fi MX.....the Bazzaz unit comes with its own map for a slip-on....I took a quick run around to check fueling and see its pretty rich all around...


The beauty of the Z-AFM is I can set a target AFR ride around, collect data based on the RPM & TPS then review the results and accept the suggested changes. Above was just a shake down after install so the target was 13.0....I will vary that for top end HP and cruising as needed to maximize fuel consumption.

I will say this though, with the CPR the bike revs smoother & quicker and I can no longer grab a handful of throttle unless prepared to view skyward
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Old 06-03-2012, 10:18 AM   #93
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A question. Mine is a 2011 R, on mapping the only map I am seeing that is for non stock on TUNECUis for Akro's. Am I missing the obvious for a map specifically for a CPR with aftermarket exhaust. I happen to be running FMF. Anyone?
There are a batch of people waiting for news on a map. I've not mounted my CPR yet but I'll most likely load the akro map and then take it to a tunner. Or just load it in the back of my truck and transport it
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Old 06-03-2012, 10:24 AM   #94
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MICHHUB,
Thanks for the reply. Maybe I'm in over my head. I'm an old carb guy and can wrench but this is a little confusing. I get what you are saying with richness but values and that type of thing makes my head hurt. I guess I am nervous about ruining something hitting "enter". Do you think I would cause the bike any harm running with the Akros map? I am more concerned with the difference of the CPR filter vs stock than the difference between my FMF's / Akro cans.
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Old 06-03-2012, 10:29 AM   #95
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There are a batch of people waiting for news on a map. I've not mounted my CPR yet but I'll most likely load the akro map and then take it to a tunner. Or just load it in the back of my truck and transport it
Thanks Moto-treks. That's kinda what I am thinking.
I've never even loaded a map. The hell you say. I say.
Make sure you cover your bike during transport, don't want to be mistaken for a trailer queen!
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Old 06-03-2012, 11:18 AM   #96
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The first time I hit, Enter, it was a little nerve racking but I've updated the map 2 times now and did a throttle adjustment and it's not that bad. My bike had run better with each update!

Maybe I should rent a cargo trailer with soft padding
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Old 06-11-2012, 04:27 PM   #97
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Old 06-18-2012, 09:26 AM   #98
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Awesome input Alex, thanks for the post.

It was great to meet you in Canada and hear about your bike build.


I have over 5,000 miles on my LC8 bikes now with a CPR filter and have been very happy. Filtration and ease of service have been great.

I spent the last few weeks camping, bike outside in everything from Sun to Heavy rain. Not one issue with water as many have asked about. I am very pleased.

The NEW SE Domed filter setup we have been helping to test will fit your bike without any Seat Modification, but Shorter Trumpets are NEEDED.
I will have sets in stock for $50 extra. - THESE ARE NEEDED when you fit this to an SE.

I have also found that I can fit my hand under the tank and service (remove) the filter with out removing the tank on the SE. This is a huge plus!

Filter Skins work perfect for this domed filter. These are in stock to sell with the filter too. $15 for 3.

Next week we will have the full product line of NEW CPR Domed filter kits and CPR Pre-filters IN STOCK in Regular and Dense. These get oiled too and add an extra layer of filtering to your CPR Filter.

What is the correct one for your needs?

Regular - Red will help keep the bugs off and filter larger bits, just like your Current CPR filter does on the "Outside"

Dense -Black will help filter out finer, smaller particles before it makes it to the CPR filter. (More Serious -Dust, Silt)

If anyone is interested in these please let us know.

Currently all sales will be directed through my on-line site (Dual Sport Warehouse.com ) until I get my shop work back in line and projects finished.

This will be updated with all the products soon.
http://www.dualsportwarehouse.com/CP...cation_c43.htm

But if you want to get on the list now, please send in a request so we hold one for you.
https://www.dualsportwarehouse.com/contactus.sc

Thank you for your support,
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Old 06-18-2012, 03:49 PM   #99
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it was great meeting you and Matt too man, your bikes are awesome!


so to get this straight, the filter skins are going to be available next week?

Also a note on the cleanup, used the no Toil stuf, I thought it was going to be a major PIA to do, but ended up being really easy to remove the dirt, bugs and old oil from the filter. No issues with the cage at all.

...and I'm still blown away with the ease of access to the carbies after four loooooong years of having to remove that darn box, crash bar, tank........
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Old 06-18-2012, 08:05 PM   #100
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what kind of jetting changes are we needing on 950?

CPR making it pretty lean?
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Old 06-18-2012, 08:53 PM   #101
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so to get this straight, the filter skins are going to be available next week?
"filter skins" for the current CPR filter will not be produced anytime soon.

CPR has built a Pre-filter Cover Foam filter element that goes over your existing filter. Adding another layer of Filter media of your density choice.

The "Pre-filters" will be in stock Next Week.


Your Stock CPR filter-


Your Stock CPR Filter + CPR Standard -RED - Pre-filter-


Hope that helps......
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Old 06-18-2012, 09:00 PM   #102
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what kind of jetting changes are we needing on 950?

CPR making it pretty lean?

Richer ..... Way richer. Depending on Alt of your riding area. I'm no pro at jetting. But in the area of 175-185 mains to give you an idea at sea level.

This sounds crazy rich, but even with my current settings I'm still getting about 35MPG at cruzing speeds.

This allows the engine to get LOTS of air.

More jetting info has started to pop up here:
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showp...&postcount=226

Pipe setup and Alt might require changes to these specs. At least now it's easy to change and get too.
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Old 06-19-2012, 06:58 AM   #103
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Good to see the filter covers coming soon. I think I will just go with the standard cover even though we ride in lots of dust. With good filter oil, it will still catch enough dust to extend the cleaning of the main filter enough to make me happy.

Now that I have gotten used to the increased engine performance with the CPR, I don't want to restrict it too much by using the dense foam cover. Great product made better with the removeable foam covers. Thanks.
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Old 06-19-2012, 01:54 PM   #104
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Your Stock CPR Filter + CPR Standard -RED - Pre-filter-


Hope that helps......
Yes it does, thanks Craig.

I'll order me a set as soon as they become available.
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Old 06-20-2012, 06:28 AM   #105
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Yes it does, thanks Craig.

I'll order me a set as soon as they become available.
We have the site setup ready to take orders. We should have these ready to ship soon. Limited amount made this first batch, get yours now.
http://www.dualsportwarehouse.com/CP...TER-CPR-PF.htm
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