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    Just a link to My ixil install

    Ixil + Rapid Bike + OEM CAT + Twin map
    117.2 cv on rear wheel
    131 cv on engine.

    More CV are possible, BUT also to many NOISE for me (eliminating the CAT and Db Killer).

    One map (2) is Full Power
    The other map (1) is for rain or city. Less power - more torque at lower rpm´s

    The engine now goes up to 11.300rpm (thats about 1000 more then OEM)


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    Full Rapid bike (3), 2 maps with G&G exhaust: Map 1-138,3HP(126,5 rear wheel) WITHOUT CAT, map 2-133,6HP (121,7 rear wheel) WITH CAT, full carbon, Weight 182,7 kilos (the bike NOT ME). 2 mirrors @ 8 euros!! Rapid bike RULEZ!!!

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    Re: Just a link to My ixil install

    I love it!! Definitely the exhaust I would go for if I had a CB1000R. Silver looks damn good too!
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    Re: Just a link to My ixil install

    How do you go about having a switch by the throttle for the 2 different settings?
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    Re: Just a link to My ixil install

    Quote Originally Posted by White Knight
    How do you go about having a switch by the throttle for the 2 different settings?
    Sorry my english did not get all about the question?

    You mean, how it works ?¿

    If so, that is one of the differences between Power commander and Rapid Bike, you can program 2 different maps and with more posibilities.
    Maps can be changed on the road, no stoping engine or braking or wathever, just switch and wait some seconds, even with full thottle.

    If that was not the question...please rephrase..thanks and sorry.
    Full Rapid bike (3), 2 maps with G&G exhaust: Map 1-138,3HP(126,5 rear wheel) WITHOUT CAT, map 2-133,6HP (121,7 rear wheel) WITH CAT, full carbon, Weight 182,7 kilos (the bike NOT ME). 2 mirrors @ 8 euros!! Rapid bike RULEZ!!!

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    Re: Just a link to My ixil install

    Power Commander supports multiple maps too. I read about someone once who had one map that was for out and out full-pelt riding, and another that was for wet weather riding, kind of like the Suzuki systems, done through his PCIII. Both maps were custom made for his bike

    Have a look here for more info

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    Re: Just a link to My ixil install

    Yep, tru...
    Well the biggest difference then is that you can take you Rapid bike with you (changing bikes), as the only thing to get are some new wires.
    Rapid bike is the same for all bikes, you only change wires.

    I sold my 999 with the power commander...as it has a 999 wire conection only .
    Full Rapid bike (3), 2 maps with G&G exhaust: Map 1-138,3HP(126,5 rear wheel) WITHOUT CAT, map 2-133,6HP (121,7 rear wheel) WITH CAT, full carbon, Weight 182,7 kilos (the bike NOT ME). 2 mirrors @ 8 euros!! Rapid bike RULEZ!!!

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    Re: Just a link to My ixil install

    Quote Originally Posted by Antnee
    Power Commander supports multiple maps too. I read about someone once who had one map that was for out and out full-pelt riding, and another that was for wet weather riding, kind of like the Suzuki systems, done through his PCIII. Both maps were custom made for his bike

    Have a look here for more info
    With the PC III the only way to change the map is to load another so he would have had to connect the computer to the PC III each time he wanted to change the map. Or can you attach an extra gadget to switch maps as and when ?
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    Re: Just a link to My ixil install

    Sorry I've done it again-should have read the dynojet stuff before that last post.
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    Re: Just a link to My ixil install

    Yeah you should

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    How did I know you'd be the first to respond .
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