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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-06-2006, 07:32 AM Thread Starter
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Power commander for 06

What can I expect if I add a pc to my FJR/ Can I expect it to smooth out and loose the mid range vibes? :P
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-06-2006, 11:15 AM
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The power commander isn't out yet for the 06...but I would be very interested in other people's experience about reducing vibes from about 4200rpm and above. That is the ONLY complaint I have right now...granted I only have about 300 miles on the bike thus far...I've put on a throttlemeister, thicker grips, barbarian mod...still have the vibes though.
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Make sure your bars, steering stem nut and fork clamp bolts are all torqued to spec. That made a noticeable vibe reduction on mine. I don't have any of that other stuff on mine and it is quite smooth. It might get smoother still if I do a TBS.



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Please note that 20v runs a jackhammer for a living.
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No Arlen, it's the Mrs. that I run the "jackhammer" on.
Just got an image of an industrial strength "sex aid" --- probably runs on compressed air too ..........not that theres anything wrong with that.
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Make sure your bars, steering stem nut and fork clamp bolts are all torqued to spec. That made a noticeable vibe reduction on mine. I don't have any of that other stuff on mine and it is quite smooth. It might get smoother still if I do a TBS.
Sorry--newbie here--what a TBS?

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Throttle Body Synchronisation

Balancing all the injectors so that they all deliver the fuel the same, or as near as possible. Makes for smoother running, better mpg and power delivery.
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Just got an image of an industrial strength "sex aid" --- probably runs on compressed air too ..........not that theres anything wrong with that.
She bought me a real nice compressor for Christmas '04. Lady knows what she wants and how to get it.



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She bought me a real nice compressor for Christmas '04. Lady knows what she wants and how to get it.
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