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PowerCDI M2 Video #001: Installation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQZD1mm-hRw&t=11s
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Partial Quote Michaelf: ".. people who fully biased one way or the other are just missing out...".
A far more versatile statement than originally intended.
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Been watching this product develop for some time on another forum. It appears to be the missing link for TPI riders, and might help KTM move some more bikes.
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It certainly looks like the best option to tune the Tpi bikes.

Pricing looks like 785-957 Eur or $1221 - $1489 Aus s

Ktm really need to come up with a cheaper option , like Yammies system .
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It certainly looks like the best option to tune the Tpi bikes.

Pricing looks like 785-957 Eur or $1221 - $1489 Aus s

Ktm really need to come up with a cheaper option , like Yammies system .
With import duty,gst and shipping you'll be up near $2000 here putting the bike up close to $20,000 once it's fitted out.
That's alot of fuel,tyresand spares and will it get the average rider up that killer hill that you usually can't make?
It would be fun to muck around with if you had the time and money to do so or for the racers up the pointy end.
Just ride and enjoy i say.

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Just ride and enjoy i say.
Exactly, the tpi bikes run well.

Use the 2k on a holiday instead.
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It certainly looks like the best option to tune the Tpi bikes.

Pricing looks like 785-957 Eur or $1221 - $1489 Aus s

Ktm really need to come up with a cheaper option , like Yammies system .
Or go with an Athena Get Module ...ECULMB (2stroke efi)
my inquiries says approx. $950 delvrd to the Eastern States. Said to give +1hp
Or ...this is for you Moto !...
Go the whole hog Module with 2nd Injector kit approx $1199...said to give 4hp increase.*

AND you get the wifi ability to do a Nuttsy...
dial in your own map....
on your very own handheld device!


http://www.bbimporters.com.au/search...tsearch=eculmb (2stroke efi)

note Im not pumping this product or company...
just doing a bit of research!
GET modules / 2nd injectors run on many of the MXGP teams bikes
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The PowerCDI has a lot of additional features the GET ECU doesn't like battery-less operation for a start. It is a lot more than GET version though. I think the port is probably the best place to inject on a 2 stroke so am not really sold on the idea of relocating.

Plus I'm still a jobless bum so I should stop spending so much money (although the drone I have just picked up is AMAZING! )
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Here is website with the information on the PowerCDI in the video link above http://www.powercdi.com/en.html
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