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Postby Keith Strong » Fri Feb 02, 2007 8:41 pm

Starting research and wanted a thread of info to follow up on ;)

http://www.powercommander.com/321-411.aspx

$339

http://www.dobeckperformance.com/atv/

$215

Why the big price difference? Just the name recognition? I have always used DynoJet Power Commanders on my race bikes and been very happy them. I am curious if I would be as happy with a Dobeck controller...
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Postby DAVE » Fri Feb 02, 2007 9:19 pm

Keith I don't know much about the controlers.....but I like how easy they install and ajust looks pretty cool. What kind of HP gain do you get from this install??
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Postby Keith Strong » Sat Feb 03, 2007 5:28 am

It is hard to say. On a 99 TL1000r sport bike I went from 118hp baseline to 145 at the rear wheel from doing a K&N Filter, Full Yoshimura Exhaust, and DynoJet controller 8) I doubt those kind of increases are to be had on a kingquad by any means, but 5+ hp would be very noticeable I think.
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Postby Dennis » Sat Feb 03, 2007 3:14 pm

They don't make these for my bike, but other companies do. They're really supposed to make a big difference throughout the whole power band. All that power really doesn't do much good crawlin around on the rocks though. Another, more affordable option that I used just opens up the bottom end. It's the "Moose Module". On my bike, and probably yours too, the bike is really detuned for the first 5 mph to make it more ride-able. The moose module just gives that back. It makes a big difference on the bottom end.
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Postby Keith Strong » Sat Feb 03, 2007 6:47 pm

Thanks. I will have to look into that. After riding today I have determined I am plenty happy with the power. But, like you just said, the bottom end off the line is seriously lacking. I am thinking clutch kit, but I need to check and see what that will do to my warranty.
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Postby oldtrucks » Sat Feb 03, 2007 8:19 pm

It shouldn't be an issue with the warranty, you're not touching anything inside the motor or transmission. One of the best alterations you can do
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