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    Hey everyone. I just went through 5 pages searching for the word TRE. Haven't seen a thread yet, so I am starting one.

    What is a good brand TRE to get? No hating on anyone's answers please. Looking at getting one real soon and have no idea on what to get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMWA View Post
    Hey everyone. I just went through 5 pages searching for the word TRE. Haven't seen a thread yet, so I am starting one.

    What is a good brand TRE to get? No hating on anyone's answers please. Looking at getting one real soon and have no idea on what to get.

    Thanks
    There are 2 different versions of TRE, ATRE and XTRE. The XTRE is for newer bikes 2011 and up that have a gear indicator (GI) from the factory. For your 2008, you will need an ATRE. You have the the option of getting an ATRE or an ATRE with GI if you would like that feature. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and use the google search box. It works much better than the one on the top right of the page. Search for "ATRE" and you will find everything you ever wanted to know... and then some!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poseidon View Post
    There are 2 different versions of TRE, ATRE and XTRE. The XTRE is for newer bikes 2011 and up that have a gear indicator (GI) from the factory. For your 2008, you will need an ATRE. You have the the option of getting an ATRE or an ATRE with GI if you would like that feature. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and use the google search box. It works much better than the one on the top right of the page. Search for "ATRE" and you will find everything you ever wanted to know... and then some!
    Thanks for the heads up. Ordering my ATRE and Air Intake tomorrow. Man I am getting hook on mods now..

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    Here is the one that I bought, excellent quality, works perfectly and is plug and play meaning you don't have to cut or splice wires at all. Perfect IMHO.

    http://www.trackdayelectronics.com/gear_emulator.php

    Hope that helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAMF109R View Post
    Here is the one that I bought, excellent quality, works perfectly and is plug and play meaning you don't have to cut or splice wires at all. Perfect IMHO.

    http://www.trackdayelectronics.com/gear_emulator.php

    Hope that helps.

    Looking into buying a Healtech Gipro with ATRE Series Gear Indicator


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    I certainly hope this helps with your throttle sensitivity issue we discussed via text messages yesterday. I may opt to get a new one with the gear indication feature, even though I really don't need it. I'm usually pretty good keeping that number in my head. Just seems like a neat addition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FMWA View Post
    Hey everyone. I just went through 5 pages searching for the word TRE. Haven't seen a thread yet, so I am starting one.

    What is a good brand TRE to get? No hating on anyone's answers please. Looking at getting one real soon and have no idea on what to get.

    Thanks
    Read this, post #11:
    https://www.m109riders.com/forums/sho...=1#post1806047
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    What is the purpose of the xtre, I brought my 2014 limited 9 last year, I hear people talking about it alot now

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreday1615 View Post
    What is the purpose of the xtre, I brought my 2014 limited 9 last year, I hear people talking about it alot now

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    Both ATRE & XTRE fool the ECU to think the bike is always in 4th gear.
    This is because 4th gear is 100% full power.
    ATRE is for bikes without the gear indicator in the tachometer.
    XTRE keeps the gear indicator working. ATRE will work, but gear indicator will be funny.
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    Is it necessary for newer bikes?

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