Hotrodding the GS

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

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  1. Poolside

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    Yes that's right, the non-adjustable products provide a single -20°C offset from the ambient temperature.

    The IICE Air is adjustable to one of 4 offsets.

    Set to the -20°C setting, the IICE Air works the same as the non-adjustable products.


    That's true. But besides the -10° setting necessary to work with the IICE Cool, it's adjustable to work better over a broader temperature range.

    The reduced offset of -10° works with the 'Transient Throttle Enrichment' provided by the upcoming IICE Cool.



    I don't think I am, Booster Plug isn't in that category. It isn't adjustable, and will not work with the upcoming IICE Cool.

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    <table border="0" cellpadding="5" width="650"><tr><td>Yes brother, and I appreciate that faith. But on balance, you already have tried these products. It was that great running old bike you had years ago.

    You already know that the Booster Plug and other similar products work, right? The IICE Cool works the same way, and then some. It works better in very warm, and in very cool ambient temperatures. And like you said, it's adjustable to work with the upcoming IICE Cool.

    It seems likely that just as there are BP fans making noise in here, there will be BP fans making noise that something I made didn't work. Don't worry, a person's negative comments will not change how well these products work.


    Why 2 weeks? What can I say, I'm not a retail sales guy. The way I see it, this will all be over in 5 days. The sales period I mean :-) :-) :-)


    Pricing? The price for the upcoming IICE Cool 1100/1150 version will likely come in right around $100, maybe a little less.

    The IICE Cool model for the CANbus bikes could be a little more. That will depend on what I sort out during development. For example, if the IICE Cool ends up being a node on the CANbus, then the price will be a little more.
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  3. Kilo Sierra

    Kilo Sierra Been here awhile

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    Ordered.

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    <BR>Thank you kindly, KS!


    Hey, you folks asked a lot of good questions, did we miss any of them?


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  5. Jltrd

    Jltrd Adventurer

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    Thanks for the reply. I will be putting my order in tomorrow. Hope the CANbus IICE Cool development goes well.
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    Kilo Sierra Been here awhile

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    will this make my ass look fat?
  7. johnjen

    johnjen I've Been Resigned

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    We forwarded your concerns to our marketing department and after fully researching your question they responded, which I copied below. :jjen

    Of course not. :ddog
    We all know that as you approach the speed of light you get thinner and you loose mass. :hmmmmm

    JJ :lol3
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    We have a marketing department? Cool.

    Be sure to keep them on a short leash.


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    <table border="0" cellpadding="5" width="650"><tr><td>For good reason, there's a limit on the total number of sales at 100 units.

    The limit will allow us to start ordering the long lead time parts now, so that everyone will get their IICE Airs on or before the scheduled date! See, told you it was a good reason.

    Current number sold as of this post is 71 units. 29 units left.

    Wed Mar 23 is 3 days left in the sales period.
    Thu Mar 24 is 2 days left.
    Fri Mar 25 is 1 days left.
    Sat Mar 26 is 0 days left.


    IICE Air Vendors Thread:
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=667661

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  10. gs'n

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    just ordered for my 1150gs...

    thank you very much for taking the time to do this!


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    johnjen I've Been Resigned

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    What and spoil all their fun?

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    <BR>Thanks for your order GS'n!



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    75 units sold, 25 units left as of 2:36am Thurs Mar 24
    2 days remaining in the sales period.
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  13. Jim Moore

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    I'm in! I can't wait to hook this thing up and take my 125K mile GS to the race track. I'll show them Gixxers a thing or two!
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    Just ordered...Thanks for the work.:freaky
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    Codewheeney Hoopy Frood

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    Alright, I've finally wrestled Pay Pal into submission, so Order Placed. Looking forward to installing on my 110K GS and chasing Jim Moore down on the track.

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    <BR>Thanks once again for your orders!


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    You guys are really gonna like how the additional upcoming IICE Cool model works on a high mileage oilhead!


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    ghostrider1964 Edumacated Red Neck

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    ALright..Poolside...I am in:deal Was looking to buy a Power Commander...but I believe in you guys:1drinkDoes it work with Nitrous?:evil
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    <table border="0" cellpadding="5" width="650"><tr><td>Well thanks for your order!

    Regarding NO2 operation, heh heh, I suspect you will not notice the presence of any ECU mod when you're on the bottle.



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    84 units sold, 16 units left as of 8:02pm Thurs Mar 24
    2 days remaining in the sales period.
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    To account for sales on Saturday, (something I didn't consider :jerko ), I'll contact the PCB house tomorrow, and see if I can make an addition to the order on Monday.
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