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Old 02-22-2012, 06:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Anybody know what's the difference between these two?
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Old 02-22-2012, 11:45 AM   #2 (permalink)
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So I just went through the website and wow, I really like the idea of just plug and play, but it did not really specify a difference between the 2.

After a little longer search I found on this website below that says the "non-r you have to do the wire splicing and the R version you do not have too"

Has anyone else found anything different?

I hope some one else has some info that maybe has tried one.

http://www.riderforums.com/mean-stre...ra-fi2000.html

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Old 02-22-2012, 03:59 PM   #3 (permalink)
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yes the 2000 is tag into the wires and the 2000 r is plug and play .the one nice thing about the cobra is you turn a pot screw and adjust the settings ,fast and easy. first one is the cruise, second is the accellerator pump basically, and third is the top end main jetting. real straight forward. btk572
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I have the non-r version. It was like 50 bucks cheaper if I remember right. It's no big deal. Really. You have to tie in to like 3 wires tops. And they give you some nice IBM in-line splices. So you don't actually have to cut any wires. You just squeeze clamp this little baby onto the correct wire and you're done. It's self sealing. Is my bike tuned as good as one with a Dyno, or an Autotune? Of course not. But it's MUCH better than it was stock. I think I did a decent job of it, and I can tell the difference, so I'm happy. Hope this helps
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dont waste you money,get the cobra powerpro,it does just what they say it will. my bike runs better than ever,I have all the best pr racing stuff too, it instantly adapts to you mods.
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plug and play vs splice into wiring
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Seems pretty cool, I do not do any real custom mapping besides the one that the is standard for my mods.

So question is would anyone choose the Fi2000 or Fi2000r over a PCIII ??
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I understand auto tune is way to go but I can't afford $500 right now.
I can get fi200 for a $100 that's why I'm asking .
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It's worth it
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Old 02-23-2012, 09:23 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Thanks leader ,
I should have it by next weekend there will be more questions coming your way...
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