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Old 01-03-2013, 04:42 PM   #1
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Default o2 sensors and fuel processors which one

i am a new member and have just bought my first bike a 2009 vn 900 custom se European version i have owned it about three months now and have just started adding a few toys and changes to it. i like the whole blacked out look on it so have added a black sissy bar and crash bar and black kuryakyn iso grips i have also replaced all the indicator lenses to clear and the tail light lens to clear as well my latest mod was to order a la choppers big air kit and i have also ordered a cobra fi2000r fuel processor as i am planning to replace the stock pipes with some vance and hines slash cuts in black also which i am yet to order i am a bit confused though because although my stock pies have the co2 censors in them and the slash cuts have ports in them to replace the co2 censors i am unsure as to which cobra fi2000r model i would need to use with the co2 sensors i have found out that the power pro version would not work and i have already ordered and paid for the standard one but after some research think i might need the arb California version i have also looked at another thread for bypassing the o2 censors with some resistors or o2 sensor plugs but would rather not do that if their is a right product for me to use with the sensors any information would be appreciated for a complete newbe to all this i have the order on hold so i can still change it thanks guys
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Old 01-03-2013, 05:35 PM   #2
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here's a fuel map for a vulcan 900 with Barons BAK,cobra longs. This is a PC V file
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:33 PM   #3
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If you can use a system that uses/retains the O2 sensors, that is the route to take.

If you can get Sojourners attention, I think he has had some experience with this.
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Old 01-04-2013, 04:46 AM   #4
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thanks for the reply i would like to retain the co2 sensors in the pipes and am still none the wiser to what fuel management system would work although i think i might need one that works with a closed loop or overrides a closed loop does anyone know if the fi2000r does this or if their is another option or product
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:44 AM   #5
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I have the TFI from techlusion (the one with potmeter fore screwdriver) and it was ok. Then i got o2 sensor bypass and now the box is great.
I got the sensors from nederland. They are hard to find for the VN900.michael
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Old 01-06-2013, 09:44 AM   #6
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it looks like i am not going to be able to keep the sensors in so i am going to go the sensor eliminator route i don't want to just put a couple of resistors in and cobra only make eliminators for the 2000 which apparently don't fit the 900 so i found this alternative. their is a guy on eBay (bk racing parts) he sells a specific lambada (o2) sensor eliminators he didn't have them advertised for the 900 but i emailed him and he does sell them and does post world wide here is a link if any body is interested
and this is the fitting guide it looks pretty straight forward
once they have arrived and i have installed them i will update and let you know how easy the install is and if they work
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