Cobra Powerpro

Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by hexnut, May 8, 2014.

  1. hexnut

    hexnut Been here awhile

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  2. cls

    cls Long timer

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    I had one on my Raider S and thought it was great. It worked very well, putting power down like a son-of-a-gun, yet returning amazingly good mileage when ridden in commute mode. No maps, downloads, etc., either. Some of the earlier ones had some issues, but mine was great.
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  3. Super Sneaky Steve

    Super Sneaky Steve B@nned Club :D

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    When I get my Bolt, that's the tuner I'm going to use.

    It's expensive but I think it's the best option out there.
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  4. kraven

    kraven Hegelian Scum

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    Yeah, the tuner and the timing mod are a good way to wake up the 750.
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  5. Bones750

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    The problems with the early ones were taken care. Cobra's customer service was absolutely fantastic. Their engineer called personally to help resolve issues and sent out a new, updated computer board to replace the original. It was a simple plug and play. They even called back a couple of times to follow up and make sure it was working correctly. The PowrPro was a great addition to my 1300 VStar ......you won't be sorry.
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  6. frog13

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    I'm technically challenged on such topics . So the Cobra power pro is a "plug and play" module ?.
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  7. frog13

    frog13 Long timer

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    Thank you hexnut .
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