Hotrodding the GS

Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Poolside, Nov 18, 2010.

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  1. Poolside

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    Ok, the brand name is sorted out. The product line is called IICE.
    An acronym for Integrated Injection Calibration Equipment.

    The first one, the one for the intake air, is called IICE Air. Pretty original huh?
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  2. Poolside

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    <table border="0" cellpadding="5" width="650"><tr><td>It's looking like the IICE Air will be in the neighborhood of $70. And they'll be some type of introductory or early bird pricing.

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  3. space

    space a.k.a. Jake

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    Is that compatible with oilheads only, or does it also work with hexheads?
  4. Mr Head

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    So, next Sunday?

  5. Poolside

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    Works with the hexheads too, and the parallel twins.


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  7. wrysingfeenix

    wrysingfeenix Dust off those ashes

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    How many devices, total, will you offer, and when will they likely be available as a complete set?

    Yeah, I know...obsessive-compulsive tendencies. :wink:
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    Uh, were not sure at this moment. It's that total # that sorta complicates the issue.

    But right now it looks like 3 or 4 devices, and most will have multiple functions. The pencil is being pushed around on the paper with circles and arrows and some head scratching thrown in just to help fill in the mental picture a bit.

    But since several of the devices need to be designed twice, once for the older and then again for the newer CanBus equipped bikes, it makes the count a bit more complicated.

    JJ
  9. wrysingfeenix

    wrysingfeenix Dust off those ashes

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    I have a '99 R1100GS. It runs great, overall, but...

    1. starting requires what feels like two complete revolutions (and always has, no matter state of tune, battery condition, etc.),

    2. it "drags" a bit when moving off from a standstill (as you've mentioned above), and

    3. most importantly, there is a very noticeable flat spot between 4,000 and 5,000 rpm

    So...would I be wanting three separate devices to address each issue, and would it make sense to install each as they become available? I was imagining a set of devices that would best be installed and adjusted simultaneously, based on your comments about the interaction between them.

    I'm as psyched as many others about this project...good on you two!
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    <table border="0" cellpadding="5" width="650"><tr><td>Good question. The several products can be installed as they become available, but they can also be installed in no particular order.

    They'll work by themselves, or in combination with any other. Configuring any single device to work alone, or in combination, only takes a moment. Also, some will have user settings, to turn functions on or off for example.
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  11. Lobby

    Lobby Viel Spass, Vato!

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    Ya'll gonna make us go into the Vendors forum, or will you just give us a link?

    :lazy

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    Yes!

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    now this is getting real painful (READ: HAVE MONEY NOW, WILL SPEND!)


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  14. madjimbo

    madjimbo Hertz, Donut?

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    IICE IICE Baby.
  15. space

    space a.k.a. Jake

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    Stop, calibrate the engine!
    Poolside's back with a brand new invention!


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    Aight, I'm interested. I have a 94, r1100rs. No cat code plug, two bros cat eliminator, gsxr muffler, K&N air filter, early techlusion device requiring disconnected O2 plug. Will this device work on my bike? Would I have to reconnect my O2 sensor to use it? :shark
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    ding ding ding !!!!

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    Yes they will work just fine. And the O2 sensor can remain disconnected. But the techlusion will need to be readjusted.


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  19. Mr. Cob

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    Howdy JJ, Poolside,

    Please DON'T try to explain how this gizmo works, you couldn't dumb it down enough for me no matter how you tried. :deal

    All I am really interested in is will it work on my 2001 R1150GS, is it something even an idiot can install with out setting the bike on fire and burning down the garage AND most important will it be affordable by someone as notoriously CHEAP as I am :ear
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    This.
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