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post #1 of 21 Old 03-14-2007, 11:05 AM Thread Starter
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Right from Kawasaki.

"Allows adjustment of fuel ignition and other critical parameters. Signal Converter (57001-1504). Communication cable (57001-1470) are required for use. Racing use only.

ECU p/n: 21175-0136 $649.95
Converter p/n: 57001-1504 $201.47
Cable p/n: 57001-1470 $134.31

why this isn't a kit is beyond me

Authentic Kawasaki pipe. (similar to the stock dirtbike pipes)
p/n: 180913-4406-9 $349.95

Kick start kit
p/n: 99994-0097 $249.95

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Yup .... i ordered the Kicker about 2 weeks ago. All of those parts are not available yet though. i will say this DO NOT SPEND THE CASH on the Kawi programmer. The Power Commander will be available very soon. i may even have a prototye this weekend. The Power Commander will retail for $359.99. The Power Commander will adjust on the outside manually with low, mid and high adjustments. It can also be plugged into your home computer or lap top to adjust A/F and you can down load maps off the internet on to the Power Commander. I went through every controller with the LTR. The Power Commander is the best.


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Yeah I know the details have one for the ZX6R and love it. Also very easy to adjust.

I checked stock on K-DEALER today and all products for the 450 are back ordered. Either way my kickstarter is ordered. Oh and the foot baskets for the kicker aren't even loaded into K.I.C. yet.

Since you have one <_< maybe you could tell me. Do you NEED the foot baskets to go with the kicker or can you get away with out them? I know it&#39;s a rearward kicker, just wondering if you can get away without them. You know maybe use your heal or something. I just really don&#39;t want those ugly things on my bike.

Teryx, cdi, pistons, fps trail cams, 14" SS108 wheels (black), 27" XTR mud lites

08 ZX6R (blue)

fps KFX800, 36mm carbs, ms mod, LTE exhaust, ported, (gone)

KFX450, powercommander, procircuit Ti4 (gone)
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I dont have the kicker yet as it is still on Back order. I think the kicker will work with the stock ones. Although i think it says you have to have new ones. I guess will willl soon see. I will be taking the heel gaurds off or mine for now anyways. I will have Power Commanders in stock for the KFX as soon as they are released.


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Right from Kawasaki.

"Allows adjustment of fuel ignition and other critical parameters. Signal Converter (57001-1504). Communication cable (57001-1470) are required for use. Racing use only.

ECU p/n: 21175-0136 $649.95
Converter p/n: 57001-1504 $201.47
Cable p/n: 57001-1470 $134.31
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do they provide lube with those kinds of prices? good god. that&#39;s a freakin&#39; grand just for efi tuning...
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Ya...no kidding. Wonder if they really sell that many...I always kind of wondered about the aftermarket stuff they offered for the 700....way over priced





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Even funnier ...... look at the fine print. It say something along the lines of Limited availability and no replacement parts. Wait for the PC it will be the one to have.

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When your quad stops running, Take that p.o.s. power com. off and through it in the trash. After you do that, it should run fine again. I spent two days and a whole bunch of my company&#39;s money at the DynoJet power commander school. I laughed so hard they through me out of the classroom. What a joke. In 2005 we sold and installed 44 of them. By the end of 2006, 30 of the 44 had failed in some form or another with the majority of failures leaving the vehicle un-operable all together.
The Kawaski tuning stuff is top notch and not meent for the average joe to purchase. It&#39;s kinda for the pro race teams were money is no object, they just NEED to win type deal.

It&#39;s completely stock. Really, its just ran like that since day one.

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WOW .... you are the first person i have ever heard of that did not like Power Commanders. I have been using them on the LTR for almost a year with now issues. I guess we will see once they come out. I have sold well over 75 PC&#39;s for the LTR with not one return or issue. I cannot imagine the Kawi programmer doing anything that the PC wont do. i guess we will have to wait and see.


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I have also sold and used alot of the PC units .... not one issue ....

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