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Old 11-20-2012, 03:39 PM   #1
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Just found this new fuel tuner for our bikes. They don't have much info posted yet. The price is right and no adjusting.
http://www.rccomponents.com/rcxhaust...-celerator.htm






RCXCL610
EFI 08-12 Victory Vegas, Hammer, Kingpin, Jackpot
$399.95




RCXCL620
EFI 08-10 Victory Vision, Crossroads, Cross Country
$399.95

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Old 11-20-2012, 04:26 PM   #2
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YEOUCH! $400!!

A Power Commander is only $340!

I was going to get a Ness Big Shot controller, and I started doing research. Turns out, all of these controllers are made by the same manufacturer, and they all just put their own labels on them. I ended up finding a Wiseco branded Fuel Controller on Amazon for $177.47 shipped to my front door. Install was easy as hell (after removing the gas tank - that was the hardest part, trying to undo that little break-away gas line with hardly any room!) and adjusting it was also simple - I literally adjusted it on the side of the road in 30 seconds.

Now THAT is a price you cant beat! Cant even find them on FleaBay for that cheap!
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Old 11-20-2012, 08:55 PM   #3
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Isn't that just a relabeled COBRA 2000 unit?
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Old 11-21-2012, 05:56 AM   #4
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Looks more like the Terry Components auto tuner. TV3 I think ???
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Old 11-21-2012, 12:36 PM   #5
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YEOUCH! $400!!

A Power Commander is only $340!

I was going to get a Ness Big Shot controller, and I started doing research. Turns out, all of these controllers are made by the same manufacturer, and they all just put their own labels on them. I ended up finding a Wiseco branded Fuel Controller on Amazon for $177.47 shipped to my front door. Install was easy as hell (after removing the gas tank - that was the hardest part, trying to undo that little break-away gas line with hardly any room!) and adjusting it was also simple - I literally adjusted it on the side of the road in 30 seconds.

Now THAT is a price you cant beat! Cant even find them on FleaBay for that cheap!
Guess you missed it. "self adjusting" no screw driver needed
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Old 11-21-2012, 01:51 PM   #6
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Guess you missed it. "self adjusting" no screw driver needed
No screw driver needed for mine either. Mode button and a - button and + button. When I plugged it in, it was running better than it had run, but still needed just a little more fuel, since it was set up for aftermarket pipes and filter, but I have straight pipes. So, pull over, press mode button three times, press + button once, mode again, and I was done.

Granted, self adjusting is nice - but not worth all that extra money! To me anyway. I got that Wiseco one for the same cost as a Ness Cheap Shot, which you have to manually splice into your harness!

Ill admit it - I am probably one of the least tech savvy people on this site, and it was still easy to use... So, if I can install and adjust it, ANYONE should be able to! Why not save yourself more than $200 and do it yourself??
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