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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-17-2019, 10:35 AM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-17-2019, 11:01 AM
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Best read up on it before you do anything else...
https://www.fjrowners.com/forums/9-f...od-2006-a.html

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From all reports the Barbarian mod may help, but the '06-'07's had lean fuel issues... many went the Power Commander route. Helps also to adjust almost all the throttle free play out.
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I did share the thought. Do it, bump each setting up by 4 to 7. It will help your '06.

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Check this guys posts he askes random questions and never thanks or even replies to responses.

Its the classic behaviour of a bott or troll


Come on hog64 let me know that you are a real person - start by thanking people who reply to your posts.
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Check this guys posts he askes random questions and never thanks or even replies to responses.

Its the classic behaviour of a bott or troll

Come on hog64 let me know that you are a real person - start by thanking people who reply to your posts.
Glad it's not just me beginning to wonder.

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So something that I’ve wondered about for a while is that what is gained or what is the purpose of a troll or bot post ? Just curious as to why or what benefit is gained by doing this ?

I think we’ve had a few of these here and I generally look at the “join Date” and the number of “posts” and whether or not they list their bike & location which usually gives me a sense of whether or not they’re legit but I just don’t understand what is gained by this. Please educate me.

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Often they are "test" posts to make it appear that it's not a dormant account. It tries to set itself apart from less complex automatic (bot) accounts that can't follow the different forum rules for posting in different places before the account is allowed wider access. Some of these aren't bots. Some have people behind them that do the equivalent of "piece work". Open an account, post some canned posts (often copied and pasted in part from other existing posts), gain more access as the account "wakes up" then spam the shyte out of things (including bulk PMs). For every click they draw to their clients, they get some small pittance in payment. It doesn't seem like much but by doing it like a job (all day, every day), it can add up to a paycheck better than they might get in the real world.

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I am a real person, thanks for all the info,hope I can help someone too
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I am a real person, thanks for all the info,hope I can help someone too
That's good to hear, glad you came back. What is it you want to know about the Barbarian mod?

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