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Old 10-14-2009, 11:24 AM   #1
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Old 10-14-2009, 02:01 PM   #2
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The PIM-2 features over 400 adjustment points in +/- 1% increments with full range mapping every 500 rpm at 10% throttle intervals.

Just what I always wanted.


An instructional video is also included.

Well there you go. An instructional video.
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Old 10-14-2009, 02:21 PM   #3
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Isn't changing the fuel delivery that increases emissions illegal?
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Old 10-14-2009, 03:10 PM   #4
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Isn't changing the fuel delivery that increases emissions illegal?
Changing emissions AT ALL is illegal. Unless Yosh got approval from the Fed and CARB in Kali.
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Old 10-14-2009, 03:13 PM   #5
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Changing emissions AT ALL is illegal. Unless Yosh got approval from the Fed and CARB in Kali.
This is for "off-road " vehicles. i dont think the rules are applied to offroad and competition machines...YET. if rules DO apply to offroad,YOSH can claim it is intended for closed loop competition only...at least for now.
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Old 10-14-2009, 03:26 PM   #6
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It doesnt make any difference anyway, you'll only get .00001 hp
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Current adjusting devices offer coarse adjustment. The PIM-2 offers a much finer level of adjustment to personalize your machine’s power characteristics. The PIM-2 features over 400 adjustment points in +/- 1% increments with full range mapping every 500 rpm at 10% throttle intervals. It comes with a Plug-n-Play complete wiring harness and is simple to install with basic tools. An instructional video is also included.

Nearly limitless custom tuning is now at your fingertips with a PC laptop and easy-to-use software. Mate the PIM-2 with Yoshimura's optional self-mapping DATA (Digital Advanced Tuning Assistant) kit additional performance tuning either on the track or the dyno.


No, it isn't. Any more than a 16x16 table, you're just wasting your time. (unless the processor can't handle interpolation) Or, in the case of the manufacturer - just Bragging "Cuz 32 bit is mo-better, yo! An' a 64 bit is even better-er-er!"

Hell, the original MegaSquirt only uses an 8x8, and it runs an engine as well (or better!) than any OEM ECU made prior to ~2000. Probably better than this, even.
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This is for "off-road " vehicles. i dont think the rules are applied to offroad and competition machines...YET. if rules DO apply to offroad,YOSH can claim it is intended for closed loop competition only...at least for now.
Oh yes. You can bet that none of these are going to be installed on street bikes. For now who's to know? But when they start those yearly inspections and the people who get busted say "Well the shop sold it to me this way" and the EPA begins to investigate who at these shops is selling/installing illegal mods... well it won't be pretty. $10,000 and 5 years each I believe.
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Oh yes. You can bet that none of these are going to be installed on street bikes. For now who's to know? But when they start those yearly inspections and the people who get busted say "Well the shop sold it to me this way" and the EPA begins to investigate who at these shops is selling/installing illegal mods... well it won't be pretty. $10,000 and 5 years each I believe.
Unless you're Madonna.

I've got an old buddy of mine that flies helicopters in NYC for the well-to-do. Two days ago Madonna was his passenger. I suggested that he tell her halfway through the ride that her carbon footprint for the day was used up and she would have to jump.

Of course, he ferries a lot of these limo libs around who take helicopters because it saves 20 minutes off their drive time.
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Oh yes. You can bet that none of these are going to be installed on street bikes. For now who's to know? But when they start those yearly inspections and the people who get busted say "Well the shop sold it to me this way" and the EPA begins to investigate who at these shops is selling/installing illegal mods... well it won't be pretty. $10,000 and 5 years each I believe.
http://www.epa.gov/compliance/resour...lty-policy.pdf
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