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Well after a ride yesterday I noticed a tiny gouge in my rear tire.

So I have to grind down the screws, so I just got finished taking everything apart to remove the screws that need fixing & I discovered this.

WTF is it ???



 

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your right Hink.

how do i adjust this thing ???

 

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I am not real familiar with the product, but I believe there are knobs/adjustment screws in there. Google it, and see what you come up with. I'm a work, or I'd hit you with the Google thing again! LOL:joke:
 

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i did Google, no mention of adjusting.
 

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did you try the directions from the Ness website:


Green LED pot (1st): Air fuel mixture screw adjustment. With Cheap Shot installed and the BIKE FULLY WARMED UP (10-15 Minutes at Idle), screwdriver in hand, locate the green LED and the pot right below it. Using the throttle raise the RPM to a high idle or about 2000-RPM. Once there, slowly turn the green pot clockwise from the 1:00 position (off) until you achieve the highest RPM and smoothest running sound (like a mixture screw on a carburetor). You should find the best setting between 2:30 and 4:00 o’clock. If you turn the green pot clockwise and the engine does not accept any more fuel (RPM drops when adding fuel) you may have one or more of these problems (See troubleshooting Motorcycle).

Yellow LED pot (2nd): Acceleration fuel adjustment. Anytime the LED is on, this pot is adding fuel. In neutral raise the RPM slowly up through the mid range and see no yellow LED. However, opening the throttle quickly from idle you “should” see the yellow LED come on. Fine tuning: Start with the suggested setting and then add one clock position at a time until the bike says too much (hesitation) then back off 2 clock positions, if adding makes it worse go opposite direction. The yellow pot adds its fuel below 70% of maximum RPM. At that point the street or dyno will be able to show the difference.

Red LED pot (3rd): Main jet fuel adjustment. It adds about 5 points of main jet fuel with every clock position. For example, one clock position is the same as 150 to 155 main jets. Fine tuning: Start with the suggested setting and then add one clock position at a time until the bike says too much (hesitation) then back off 1 clock position, if adding makes it worse go opposite direction. The red pot adds most of its fuel above 70% of maximum RPM.

RPM pot (4th): 1.) Sets RPM that the red LED pot (main jet fuel) turns on. All Harley. One clock position is roughly
1000 RPM. This pot should be set to about 70% of redline. (For example: Harley Softail redlines at 5600 rpm and 4000 is roughly 70% of redline which would be 4:00 o’clock). Verify setting by raising the RPM in neutral, look for green and yellow LEDs to shut off and the red to turn on at the chosen RPM or refer to suggested settings if you have no tachometer.
2.) Shuts off idle fuel. In some cases modified engines can produce a richer than normal idle mixture. 1:00 o’clock through 6:00 o’clock sets RPM that the red LED pot (main jet fuel) turns on. When the 4th pot is turned to 7:00 o’clock the software is instructed not to add fuel until 1250 RPM. Also, when setting the 4th pot at 7:00 o’clock the software automatically defaults to 4000 RPM (internally) to switch to the red LED pot (main jet fuel).
 

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this thing has no LEDs
 

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I would either leave it alone or replace it with something better ....
:agree: So long as ya bike is running well , I would stay focused on the task at hand and grind the bolts down...no need in getting wrapped up in something that could cause another set of issues you are not prepared to address...JMHO :bigthumbsup:
 

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Well after a ride yesterday I noticed a tiny gouge in my rear tire.

So I have to grind down the screws, so I just got finished taking everything apart to remove the screws that need fixing & I discovered this.

WTF is it ???



what do the wires run to?? and just 3 wires?? humm fuel commander would have more wires wouldnt it??? :dontknow:
 

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grinding is done, i just left it alone till i get my fi2000r.:bigthumbsup:
 
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