Sounds like it might be an improvement over the VFC-III, so I went onto Lloydz web site and it isn't there. Do you have a link to it you can supply?
You have to call Lloydz to get one. They're not on his website yet.
You didn't mention whether or not your arms are torn out of their sockets now.
So far I'm learning how to use this thing, so nothing has been torn yet.
So... I think the question on everybody's mind is why a man who has a fuel controller this perfect, would switch to something else?
I never said I had the perfect one, because I don't think a perfect one exists.
If the Cobra actually did any of that you wouldn't be replacing it.
I see your point, but I am intrigued by the ability to change the A/F ratio between peak power and peak fuel economy to match the kind of trip I'm on.
Please explain how a unit that only reads crank rotation manages to get information on rider weight, grade, weather, and wind conditions? Buddy, that's one hell of an algorithm! At least the VFC-4/AFR+ is reading an O2 sensor for information.
Yeah, that naughty OČ sensor was the toughest part of the whole install. Apparently they're tightened by the Incredible Hulk.
Solid yellow blue (Y/B) is what you should see when you are in closed loop cruising mode. solid R/B is what you will see when you are in acceleration closed loop. closed loop is when the controller maintains the settings you made in yellow alone or red alone.http://afrplus.com/
I see green on deceleration or idle, when throttle's closed. The rest of the time, from mild acceleration to wot I get solid red and blue. I'm still confused why I don't see yellow at all. I thought I would see that when just coasting with minimal throttle.