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Old 07-02-2012, 12:51 PM   #121
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But that just changed - I've got an appointment this Thursday to get the bike tuned. Now all I have to do is get the filter installed and ride it 280 miles to the dyno
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Old 07-04-2012, 06:12 AM   #122
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A Great 990 CPR filter install posted here:
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Old 07-05-2012, 07:21 AM   #123
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A few questions for CJ....

I have a 2011 990 Adv Dakar edition with a 2-into-1 Remus TI can (~3,000 miles, stock mapping). I have no issues with the FI map. Bike runs great with no hickups or blips. Gas mileage is probably around 32-35 MGP. I looked at the TuneECU site and found no tunes for the Dakar edition (stock, Remus, or CPR).

So, specific questions about the CPR filter:

1. Must the SAS be removed in order to install the filter?

2. What is the impact if the filter is used without re-mapping the FI (other than not getting the full gain in HP and Torque). In other words, will running the bike without re-mapping cause damage because the mix will be too rich/lean?

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Old 07-05-2012, 09:44 AM   #124
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I have a 2011 990 Adv Dakar edition with a 2-into-1 Remus TI can (~3,000 miles, stock mapping). I have no issues with the FI map. Bike runs great with no hickups or blips. Gas mileage is probably around 32-35 MGP. I looked at the TuneECU site and found no tunes for the Dakar edition (stock, Remus, or CPR).

So, specific questions about the CPR filter:

1. Must the SAS be removed in order to install the filter?

2. What is the impact if the filter is used without re-mapping the FI (other than not getting the full gain in HP and Torque). In other words, will running the bike without re-mapping cause damage because the mix will be too rich/lean?

I don't have personal experience with your setup or a 990 FI setup, so maybe someone can help fill you in better or offer a Tune for you.

1) - Yes.

2) - You would be running leaning than stock as the bike is getting much more air. Be best to richen the setup.


Just b/c you are going richer does not mean you should get worse gas mileage if you keep the air mixture correct.

I have gone a lot richer on our 950s and still seeing the same MPG as you with this CPR setup b/c it is getting so much more air.
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Old 07-05-2012, 10:13 AM   #125
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1) - Yes.
Got it. So If I remove the SAS, do I need the Solenoid Emulation Plug? Or is it enough to use the TuneECU to switch off the SAS?
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Old 07-05-2012, 10:46 AM   #126
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I have a 2011 990 Adv Dakar edition with a 2-into-1 Remus TI can (~3,000 miles, stock mapping). I have no issues with the FI map. Bike runs great with no hickups or blips. Gas mileage is probably around 32-35 MGP. I looked at the TuneECU site and found no tunes for the Dakar edition (stock, Remus, or CPR).

So, specific questions about the CPR filter:

1. Must the SAS be removed in order to install the filter?

2. What is the impact if the filter is used without re-mapping the FI (other than not getting the full gain in HP and Torque). In other words, will running the bike without re-mapping cause damage because the mix will be too rich/lean?

I'm about 2 hours away from my appointment with a dyno. I'll post up my results when I'm done.
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Old 07-05-2012, 10:41 PM   #127
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Got it. So If I remove the SAS, do I need the Solenoid Emulation Plug? Or is it enough to use the TuneECU to switch off the SAS?
Just disable the SAS in TuneECU
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Old 08-10-2012, 08:36 AM   #128
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CJ,
I installed your kit on my '05 950 Adventure and everything went great, until I tried putting the seat back on. It is sitting on the rear side of filter. I did get it to close down, but it is pushing down on the filter. Has anyone else had this problem?
On another note, I did jet the carbs - 170 front, 175 rear, needle 3rd position, air mixture screw 1 3/4 and it runs great.
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Old 08-10-2012, 04:16 PM   #129
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Here's a pic showing the contact on my seat. Not enough to worry about for me.




If you have more than that I suggest looking at your install.
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Old 08-10-2012, 04:34 PM   #130
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I have a similar contact to mine as well, 04 950.
Doesn't bother me and I seriously doubt it would be an issue with performance or function
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Old 08-27-2012, 03:38 PM   #131
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What about the upgrade base plates? Should we contact you or wait for something from you?
I was already looking to get the outer filter. This may be the right time for it.

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Old 08-29-2012, 04:26 PM   #132
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What about the upgrade base plates? Should we contact you or wait for something from you?
I was already looking to get the outer filter. This may be the right time for it.

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CPR is offering a Factory Direct Replacement Option for damaged baseplates, but I don't have all the info in front of me. You can contact CPRfab.com direct or Dualsportwarehouse.com for help.

More info here: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=821174

..... busy doing a valve check on the 950 before I hit the road. I will be gone Sept 1- 25th. Hope to see many of you in Bend, OR.

We have the outer Foam Pre-filters in stock. But we don't stock the "Replacement" Bases.

If you want the Base sent to you with a new order from us I can do that, but I will need your info and add that to a filter stocking order for the shop. At this time any CJ Designs ordering customers wanting this option will need to wait until I get home unfortunately as I will need to handle this directly.

Please email me by Thurs, Aug 30th, if you are interested and also send me your reciept info, or copy so that I can give that to CPR easily to get this taken care of asap.

Please call me if you have any questions. I'll do what I can with the time I have left.

Very sorry for any inconvenience at this time, but I need to ride too. See you on the trail.

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Old 08-29-2012, 06:17 PM   #133
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I contacted CPR directly about getting a map for my 990 - they let me know about the updated base plate. Sent them an email today about getting one & immediately got a paypal invoice to pay for S&H for the new plate. Seems like great customer service. I will probably buy another kit for my SE sooner or later!
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Old 10-05-2012, 08:14 PM   #134
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We currently have all the CPR Filter kits and pre-filters in stock!

As are finishing up this season riding.... Leaves are falling and snow is just around the corner, I wanted to give a little feedback on this season and the CPR System on our bikes. I have over 20,000 miles on the CPR system so far.

It's been great. Servicing the bike on trips and working on it in general has saved me a lot of time. After a weeks worth or dust and trails, I could pull off and install a new Filter skin by poping off the seat. Taking less than 10 min. I love it.

Water has been our most asked question of concern. What I have found with camping, letting the bike sit out in storms is: With the seat on, down pours are shedded to the side by the seat and glove box. With a foam pre-filter or filter skins "oiled" this sheds at least 95% of the water off the filter when riding in the rain. I have not had any water related issues.

When if comes to deep water holes.... Well take a look at this from our last trail session. The hole was a little deeper than Joe thought. Bike fired up and ran, he was a in 2nd gear getting out of the hole. Rekluse EXP worked great.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q40J6...yer_detailpage


At this time I am offering a "CJ Designs CPR Special"

Order a CPR Filter system for any bike.

1)Get a set of CJD SAS plates for $19.
2)Get a KTM Tune ECU Cable for $45
3)Get a CPR foam pre-fiter for the standard filters for $25
4)Get a set of 3 Filter skins for the Domed filter for $15

You can add ONE, TWO, THREE or ALL of these promos to your order!

And get FREE Shipping in the USA.
Special rate for Outside USA.

EMAIL me "craig @ cj Designs llc.com" with your ADVrider name and what parts you are interested in.

NO PMs.

This is through CJ Designs Direct.

Have a great Fall!
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Old 02-08-2013, 02:42 PM   #135
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CPR 990 Foam filter setups are on SALE! Get ready for the season with all the parts you need from one shop.

Save $20!

http://www.cjdesignsllc.com/about-us...c8-filter-kit/
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