Hotrodding the GS - Pre-Order Sale!

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  1. Poolside

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    <BR>Yes, you must have missed it.


    [Edit] :D I was just making a little joke Gangplank.
    I'm down at the workbench just now. Let me take a break and get to that list.
    My coffee's gone cold anyway.


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  2. johnjen

    johnjen I've Been Resigned

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  3. Rollmo

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    I ordered an IICE air from the original production run- but then got married & had to sell my 1200GS before I actually received the device. Anybody want it? It's unused, sitting on my desk. PM me if you are interested.
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    dirtyoffroad Been here awhile

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    that is exactly why I am not married.
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    I dunno about that.. I was married for 20 years before I bought my first motorcycle. Over the past 3 years I've gone about 40K miles, been on several week long adventure rides and am now on my 3rd bike.
  6. johnjen

    johnjen I've Been Resigned

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    And let me re-iterate that the On IICE sale of IICE Airs will be the last chance to order these units. We fully expect the delivery of these units to be MUCH quicker. We have come out on the other side of the learning curve for cranking these units out.

    Then after all of the IICE Airs have been produced for the On IICE sale, we will gear up to make the IICE Cool devices. And the same assembly fixtures shown in the photos for making the IICE Airs will be used to make the IICE Cools. And we fully expect that the lessons learned during the IICE Air production will make a huge impact on the delivery times for the IICE Cools.

    And further that the IICE Cool and the IICE Air are designed to work together to help correct the stock fuel delivery idiosyncrasies. Together they contribute more than each does by themselves.

    JJ
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  8. athistand

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    So maybe I'm a little slow, but to me its not very clear.....is there still room for more orders for the IICE Air? If so I'll hit the button and order. After this list of "30" or whatever is there another list? Whats the deal-e-o?

    Secondly, what kind of time frame are you looking at for starting production/shipping the IICE Cool? I assume that will be a new order thread that will start, or did I miss that also?
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    johnjen I've Been Resigned

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    An announcement will be made soon concerning the IICE Cool

    JJ
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    What is the ice air and the icool?
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  13. HighTechCoonass

    HighTechCoonass Living the Dream....

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    IIce Air fools the ECM that the air box temperature is cooler... it has 4 different setting using jumpers... - 10 deg C,-20 deg C, -30 deg C, and "No change" to factor settings. (how hard was that?)
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    So whats the ICE cool? This is the hardest thread to read in the history of mankind....:jump

    My head is spinning......"Then after all of the IICE Airs have been produced for the On IICE sale, we will gear up to make the IICE Cool devices. And the same assembly fixtures shown in the photos for making the IICE Airs will be used to make the IICE Cools. And we fully expect that the lessons learned during the IICE Air production will make a huge impact on the delivery times for the IICE Cools."


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    johnjen I've Been Resigned

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    So if you are confused, what is your question?

    We'll be happy to help you.

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  15. Poolside

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    &#8194;:lol3&#8194;Yes the Hotrodding thread in GSpot is certainly a mega thread:
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=638412

    Did you check out the 'links to information' in the first post?
    I'm sure I went into some detail about the IICE Cool.

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    I found it!!.................


    the IICE Cool, works on the oil/coolant temperature. The oil/coolant temperature controls the 'Transient Enrichment' feature, and also Overrun Fuel Cutoff.
    On the chart it's the two VIOLET boxes. (Link to Chart)
    Transient Enrichment is where throttle response comes into play. The hesitation while opening the throttle is gone. When someone says "I like how the motor feels" they are talking about off/on transition throttle response.

    Besides off/on throttle transitions, the other big area where transient fuel makes all the difference is when pulling away from a stop. You know how it is, you let out the clutch and it almost feels like the motor is going to stall. It goes soft. You must open the throttle more, and fan the clutch to get rolling. Ridiculous.
  17. Poolside

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    Yes that's the little darling in a nutshell. Thanks for the kudos, HT.


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  18. Blind Warrior

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    I ordered a unit last evening. I did not see an announcement that the sale had ended, so I hope that I am not too late!
  19. Poolside

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    Thanks for your order, BW.

    The sale will run maybe another 2 weeks.


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