Hotrodding the GS - Pre-Order Sale!

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Poolside, Mar 12, 2011.

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  1. Tony990adv

    Tony990adv Adventurer

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    Hi PS,
    I'm confused, you mean if I get a free "Calibration plug-in part", then I have to pay $200 to purchase IICE Digital line even I'm 2011 R1200GS owner with IICE Air? :huh

    Tony
  2. Wallowa

    Wallowa Long timer

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    Tony,

    Where did you see the IICE Digital on sale and where did you see the cost?

    Thanks...
  3. liviob

    liviob Been here awhile

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    Hello Poolside. I would like a calibration plug. Where do i order one or am i ordering a calibration plug now?
  4. Poolside

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    Hi Tony,
    Maybe 'free' isn't the right word for the Calibration plug-in part. I mean, it is free and all, but you already paid for it. The plug-in part restores maximum performance to the IICE Air, and that's what you signed up for. So if you want the Calibration plug-in part, it's yours for the asking.

    But, there's another choice you can make if you prefer. Instead of going with the plug-in part, you can apply the full price of the IICE Air towards one of the new IICE Digital products.


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  5. Poolside

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    If you like, yes. Read the post just above, there's a choice you can make. If you decide you want the plug-in part instead of the carry-forward to one of the IICE Digital models, scan up the page a little to a post marked 'General Announcement'. Look for the 'How do I get the Calibration Part' instructions.

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  6. KoolBreeze

    KoolBreeze Been here awhile

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    I'm actually at a loss at to what a person should purchase for a bike with no current modifications.

    ?

    is there an actual list of products available, what they do, in combination or solo and if in combination in which order should they be purchased/installed.


    something relatively straightforward like a road map.


    tks
  7. Poolside

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    Something like a road map, yes.

    The posts listed below deconstruct and take a medium-depth look at Fuel Injection. Beyond that, I think they'll give you an understanding of how the IICE products work, both by themselves, and in any combination.

    The first post explains how Electronic Fuel Injection works, but in a slightly different way. It separates the process of fueling a motor into distinct operational ranges. And shows how the IICE products improve performance in each of those ranges.

    BEGIN AT THE WORDS:&#8194;"How to read the chart"
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?p=14632057#post14632057

    The second post goes into some detail about how the Air and Cool work together.
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?p=17413094#post17413094


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  8. Three Dawg

    Three Dawg Been here awhile

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    IICE Air arrived today- one day late for my birthday! Took five minutes to install, looking forward to a test ride. :ricky
  9. Uncle Pollo

    Uncle Pollo Long timer

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    Poolside. I want a unit for my r1100rt.

    Ready to buy now.

    Thanks.
  10. Poolside

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    Thanks for your interest, Uncle! The last of the IICE Airs will be available to order before the end of April.

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  11. Poolside

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    What's the weather like over there in the Highlands?

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  12. jadoca

    jadoca Adventurer

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    When is the fix going to ship to all the people with your product that does very little if anything at all?
  13. Three Dawg

    Three Dawg Been here awhile

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    Well when my IICE Air arrived it was nearly chilly enough to change the setting to 'barking cold'! Quite pleasant now though, but too much work on, therefore have only been able to get out for an hour or so on my 1100, but the effect of the Air is quite noticable is smoothing out throttle response. Hopefull when work allows I'll be able to take a bit longer and try it directly against the standard setting and get a better feel what it's up to.

    Are we getting the gizmo that helps with surging next? Pleeze!
  14. Poolside

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    Did you want one of the Calibration plug in parts?

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  15. Poolside

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    Brrrr! Thanks for the ride report too. The plan is to have both the Digital Air/Smooth and Air/Cool ready at the same time. The devices share data though a little ad hoc network. And it seems useful to work out the comm traffic between them at the same time. Instead of first doing one device, then the other.

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  16. Three Dawg

    Three Dawg Been here awhile

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    Looking forward to it!:ricky
  17. jadoca

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    Will you send it today? If not, when?
  18. sunlinden

    sunlinden Fun Muncher

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    I'm still waiting too and it's riding season now. Getting tired of the wait.

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
  19. slowoldguy

    slowoldguy Tire Tester

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    You are waiting to ride? Huh? On a calibration part? For a part you can take off and return to stock in 5 minutes? I must be missing something.
  20. Carlo Muro

    Carlo Muro SupercĂ zzola

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    How many times do we have to ask? I was "on the list" back on 12/23.

    This operation has taken so long that I no longer even have the bike. I just want to be made whole so I can sell this contraption and honestly tell the buyer that it lowers his air temps by said number of degrees.

    All the best
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