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multiple powercommanders

i was at the gym the other day...and i overheard somebody talking about how they just installed to powercommanders on their zx10r...the said there was a big performance increase over just using 1 powercommander...has anybody done this with their fireblade?
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Re: multiple powercommanders

sounds like a lot of
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Re: multiple powercommanders

i agree...however...it is intersting
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Re: multiple powercommanders

I have 75 on my RC but then they can do 240MPH

Must obey the sheep dog
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Re: multiple powercommanders

That person was a fool, if you ever see him at the gym again, stair step over and slap him.

while you're at it, punch his family too.
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Re: multiple powercommanders

ask him to show you.

sounds about like a kid that came up to me talking about how bad ass a F1 motocycle looked.
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Re: multiple powercommanders

Ask him to explain how he has two hooked into the same ports on the wiring harness and the ECM. after he gives you the BS answer proceed with Stranger's suggestion!
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Naaa, just tell all the girls at the gym he's a gay; and then laugh at him with them every time he walks by...
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Re: multiple powercommanders

he said that you plug one into the other and then into the bike
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Re: multiple powercommanders

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he said that you plug one into the other and then into the bike

You understand, of course, that the PC unit takes the function of the fuel-mixture control from the ECU for itself, and adding the same commands to the injectors a second time (if this was even possible, as it is not [the PC has no ECU "input" connector]) would have no practical effect other than to slow down the function, and thereby interfere with timing, as the plug would fire before the fuel-air mixture even got into the cylinder...What a moron. It aint like hooking up more of a good thing makes for double power...The guy was just trying to show off...We have all done it, but I hope with a better understanding of the basic principles involved...This guy obviously thought more was better...
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Re: multiple powercommanders

Perhaps he meant he has the powercommander with the ignition timing thinking that meant there were two, or perhaps he has the PCIII and the speed shifter. There is a chance he was just saying something wrong but I think he was blowing smoke
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Re: multiple powercommanders

Print out the button to the left and give it to him
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I have 75 on my RC but then they can do 240MPH

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Re: multiple powercommanders

he made it kinda clear that he was using the ignition module of the quick shifter
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