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Burns last won the day on April 22 2013

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About Burns

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  • Birthday 05/25/1966

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    Harrisburg, Pa.
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    '84 VF700F
    '94 VFR750F

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  1. some sort of power outlet. that's not factory.. prior owner probably added that for heated vest or such.
  2. ebay? - quick search shows a couple listing from England for those... also look for 98-99 CBR900rr, should be the same.
  3. dyno app for your phone maybe? :)
  4. just picked up an '00 myself, so I'm right in the middle of all this also.. PAIR and flapper have been removed, picking up the 99 pipes soon.. I don't have to deal w/ all the evap junk at least. 330ohm resisters can be used as o2 eliminators, btw.. if you search, you'll see how they pin-out. I've read that the pipercross filter is the way to go, but you'll have to order that out of England.. ;)
  5. Cams look to be the same according to part numbers.. ECU looks to be different - that's an easy swap. you probably have an evap canister/system on the CA bike that wouldn't be there on the 49-state bike. The '99 will be cat-less headers which make the PCiii happy - gets rid of the o2 sensors. The big issue is how closely your state inspections monitor the smog stuff being there or not. All things being equal, 99 pipes, o2's gone, emissions stuff gone, a slip-on, high-flow air filter, PCiii mapped accordingly, you'll still typically only be gaining 4-6hp at the rear, from what I've seen.
  6. LOL... probably have have 2 or 3 old laptops sitting in the den.. and a USB/serial cable or two laying around. The PO swapped pipes from an aftermarket back to a stock pipe (working on fixing that). My plan is to swap to '99 headers (to loose the cat) and some sort of high-mount.. haven't cracked the airbox yet, so no idea what filter is in there, if the flapper been done, etc. Haven't really even gotten to properly ride the bike yet, due to wx and work - what little I have done, I've noticed an odd stumble/delay right off idle - very brief. I don't recall this on the other 5th gens I've ridden. Dynojet did send me a couple links - basically what I already found on their site. install for the hardware, and the control software. I had to scour the inet for a user manual of the software.
  7. eventually I hope to do that.. and my final setup should be similar to yours.... this is mostly research on my part currently. since I really have no information on what's loaded in the bike or such...
  8. looks like the manual I found agrees...
  9. thanks for the replies.. I'll start with the downloads and see what works. The plan is to switch over to the pre-2000 headers (to lose the cat and some weight) and then go w/ a '99 map. I'm to understand that the PCii's also have ignition advance feature in them, so that's something else to explore.
  10. just picked up a 2000.. so yes, it's FI, and it has a PC2 on it already.
  11. so, who knows about the Power Commander 2's? seems to be very limited information on Dynojet's site. Anyone have the software download and are the maps the same between the PC2 and the PC3's?
  12. sooo tempted... dilemas...
  13. shot in the dark here, but could that exhaust possibly utilize the stock rear pipes? I dunno because I've never seen those in person...
  14. SH775 (I think) lol.. been about a year since I wired it up.
  15. sorry, I should have stated a series-type r/r, not mosfet.. the R1 I had fitted I believe was shunt-style.