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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 06-26-2013, 01:23 PM Thread Starter
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Default Lloyd's IAC- money well spent!

I run a '11 CC with the baffles removed, and the oxygen sensors disconnected. I always had a hesitation at roll on and the occasional pop-pop at decell. Put in Lloyd's idle air controller and I can't believe the difference. She pulls super clean and hard off the bottom and right through the powerband, and the popping is gone. Best $70. I ever spent. "My compliments to the chef."(also excellent step by step directions)
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Nice review been thinking about purchasing one these for awhile.

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Nice review been thinking about purchasing one these for awhile.
Also, Lloydz air filter + timing wheel = power.

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Also, Lloydz air filter + timing wheel = power.
I have surfed thru all the posts just to avoid anybody for offending them by asking a question that is probably answered somewhere but I couldn't find where.

If you add a lloydz air filter under the dash, do you still have to keep the front filter in place?

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You might want to post on the Vision forum to find the answer to that one.

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I got the Lloydz valve, Did not help my popping... Going to try the Lloydz exhaust gaskets next....

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I love my Vic , but I find it highly annoying sometimes to have to ride in a way that is conducive to not causing a pop or outright backfire... I have had 10 bikes with exhaust and programmers, none of them ever back fired... I understand why the Vics back fire, but what a pain in the ass.....

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I love my Vic , but I find it highly annoying sometimes to have to ride in a way that is conducive to not causing a pop or outright backfire... I have had 10 bikes with exhaust and programmers, none of them ever back fired... I understand why the Vics back fire, but what a pain in the ass.....
Gunslinger helped me with my popping but giving me some tips on things to look at based on his experience. He also took me to school on the PC-V/AT. Although there is more to learn, he helped me to understand the basic methodology of the unit.

I read all of the posts and tried things that worked for others but it did not help me. My bike still sounded like I was being shot at. Here is what I did:

1. Removed any values in the ignition table on the PCV. It now contains 0's only.

2. Removed any values in the cells on the fuel map for throttle position 2% - 100% at 500, 750 and 1000 RPM.

3. Place -20 in the 750, 1000 and 1250 cell at the 0% throttle position in the fuel map.

4. Place 0's in the 500, 1500 - redline cells at the 0% throttle position in the fuel map.

Major change for me. I only get a pop at 2800 and 3000 RPMs if I hold it there to long. I am working to resolve that now. Otherwise no popping at all.

This may or may not work for you but I can get on it or get off and not worry about that popping like before. Others may not agree with what I have done and how I did it. However, it works for me.

Thanks again Gunslinger!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Barned, thank you so much , one question looms however... I do not have the AT, but, can I go into my map and manually just change the selected values accordingly, that should work , shouldn't it? I always though you added fuel to prevent popping , I did do that manually but made no difference....Everyone here says its a lean condition, funny how removing fuel helps prevent it ... Thanks again!

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Barned, thank you so much , one question looms however... I do not have the AT, but, can I go into my map and manually just change the selected values accordingly, that should work , shouldn't it? I always though you added fuel to prevent popping , I did do that manually but made no difference....Everyone here says its a lean condition, funny how removing fuel helps prevent it ... Thanks again!
Yes, make those changes in the fuel and ignition maps manually. I was also told to add fuel to prevent popping. I put in the negative values in the 750, 1000 and 1250 cells in the 0% column of the fuel table because it idles rich.

I was also told to remove any negative values in your fuel maps and change them to 0's to help stop the popping. Why? Because those negative values takes away fuel. I haven't tested this yet but hopefully I will today.

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