Cobra Fuel Management

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You found the exhaust with the sound and performance gains you want. You picked out an air intake that will increase the flow of air to your engine. Now what? Bob LaRosa gives us a look at the brains behind the braun. The fuel management system. Think “jet kit” for a carburetor on steroids that fell into the hands of a techie.

This video reviews the Fi2000 PowrPro Cobra fuel management system.The Fi2000 PowrPro fuel-injection tuner uses the latest smart chip technology to continuously read the bike’s EFI delivery at up to 80 times per second every time the throttle is opened to optimize the air/fuel mixture at all throttle settings.

With its Continuously Variable Tuning (CVT) (patent pending) technology, the PowrPro will revolutionize motorcycle fuel-injection tuning.

With PowrPro you can say good-bye to old-school EFI “mapping mania” and O2 sensor hassles forever. When your bike accelerates, PowrPro reads the engine’s performance up to 80 times per second to optimize fuel delivery at all throttle openings under acceleration, under every kind of load and under all existing environmental conditions to deliver maximum acceleration.

And no matter which components you change in the future, whether it’s a new exhaust system, a freer-flowing air filter setup or even a big-bore hop-up kit with new camshafts, PowrPro continues to analyze and tune your engine for peak performance.

Learn more at Cobra

Learn more about performance gains and Cobra with these videos:
Fix My Hog Reviews Cobra – Exhaust and More
Slip-Ons
Full Exhaust Systems
Air Intakes
Fuel Management Systems

See more at www.CobraUSA.com

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3 Responses to “Cobra Fuel Management”
  1. Jeff Blackhurst

    PLEASE stop the camera from roaming left to right. It takes so much away from the video. Could not watch the whole thing because I was getting motion sick.

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  2. Huguito

    As long as you don’t have a problem hlnoidg it up or pushing it forward and backwards without dropping it it won’t be a problem riding it. Larger heavier bikes will usually have heavier turning- not as easy to toss around corners as a 250 or 500. On the road I prefer the larger bike as it tends to be more comfortable. I prefer bikes with traditional shocks like the dyna or most Jap bikes over the soft tail. The soft tail is a compromise between looks and function. The final decision is up to you though. Also keep in mind most insurance companies rates depend on the size of the engine. I’m 6’2 215 and have a Dyna 1340, Triumph 650, a Triumph 500 and a Honda CB250. When I want to just have fun- the Honda is the toy. When I want to RIDE I prefer the Dyna. The Triumphs are when it doesn’t matter if I get there in time. Sit on the bike- move it from side to side. Get a feel for it and it’s balance. Hell- RENT one for a weekend from the Harley dealer.I DO agree with Ryde On also- everyone that rides eventually drops a bike at least once. If your insurance won’t cover it- a chromed out HD will be expensive to fix. As for rentals- they OFFERED me a rental bike before I bought my used one- trying to get me to buy the latest (twice the price) bucket of fuel injected chrome. I didn’t even have an in state license at that time- though I had been riding for a while.

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