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  1. Ishrub

    IshrubRetired and loving it!

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    Not mine just seems a bargain.

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    Price:AU $89.00 (US $67.98)
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    Location: Sydney. Australia
    Dobek EFI Controller TRIUMPH ROCKET 3 2005-2015

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    Dobek Performance EJK TRIUMPH ROCKET 3 2005-2015
    The simple to use and install EFI controller.

    RRP $399.00

    SELL $89.00


    NO COMPUTER INTERFACE REQUIRED
    The Electronic Jet Kit Fuel Injection controller is one of the only controllers on the market which allows a large range of adjustability without the use of a computer. We like to use the term 'on-the-fly' tuning. You can literally ride the bike, make setting adjustments, and instantaneously feel the results. Obviously for safety purposes we strongly recommend you pull off the road before making adjustments. Some after-market EFI controllers like to claim 'on-the-fly' tuning which to them means toggling only between a couple of preset maps. The EJK controller actually has 11,390,625 available maps in the unit which are accessible without using a computer program to reprogram the unit. There does exist a computer program called POWERLAB and the EJK controllers can be reprogrammed by a computer, but most users do not require this ability. Why deal with the complexity? It's an Electronic Jet Kit to make fuel injection tuning easy, simple, and fast so you can enjoy more time riding.
    NO DYNO REQUIRED
    You do not have to be a professional mechanic or tuner and have access to a dynamometer in order to tune your vehicle with the Electronic Jet Kit EFI controller. Knowledge and good equipment obviously are a huge plus, but you can do just as good a job and sometimes better by tuning in real world riding situations. The EJK controller allows this by breaking down a drive cycle into very understandable zones to make adjustments. Most EJK controllers have the basic Idle/Cruise, Acceleration, and Full Throttle zones to adjust. Every rider can understand this terminology. The greatest advantage about tuning your vehicle yourself is your ride will be custom set up to your riding style

    Not power commander.

    Plug N' Play Installation - Minutes to Install, Base Settings are Preset
    All of the offered EJK controllers are plug n' play installations and can be done in a manner of minutes instead of hours. All you have to do is locate the OEM injector connections on your vehicle. Most of the time this will only require you to remove a few components to gain access to these injector connections. A number of new applications will also require you to find the O2 connections on your vehicle if present. Power for the unit is gained through the injector connections and a black ground wire just needs to be attached to the negative terminal on the battery if present or by a metal screw onto the vehicle frame. After physically installing the EJK controller in most cases you are all set to go on a test ride. The unit comes pre-programmed for a stage 1 setup for each application. After your initial test ride you then can make some fine tune adjustments which may be required based upon your modifications.

    Uses Unique Load Based Technology
    The EJK controller uses Load Based Technology which sets it apart from most of the competition. Most EFI controllers use what is called 'Alpha-N' Tuning Technology. Alpha-N tuning is associated with just using Throttle Position (TPS) and RPM as the factors to make tuning adjustments. Load Based Technology differs by using Rate, TPS and RPM as the key factors for adjustment. Load Based tuning allows a user to tune their vehicle for every gear and for all riding conditions. Load can easily be explained by stating that riding up a hill puts more "load" on the vehicle than driving on a flat road, but yet the same TPS and RPM can be achieved in both circumstances.

    Offers Full Range Tunability
    EJK stands for Electronic Jet Kit. Like carberator jet kits of the past the EJK offers a range of adjustability to tune your vehicle. Instead of physical jets and needles the EJK has this adjustability built into the unit and can quickly be adjusted while riding the vehicle. Essentially with all EFI vehicles software has replaced some hardware. The EJK controller can be installed and set to actually allow the user to still run a stock configuration, but allows the user to ADD or PULL fuel within easy to understand tuning zones.

    Does Not Interfere with Stock ECU Operation

    This is a very common feature of all aftermarket EFI controllers, but needs to be stated to reassure all end users. The EJK controller does not trip any engine codes or affect the ECU operation in any way.

    Simple Push Button Adjustment Interface

    The EJK controller offers 'on-the-fly' adjustment using three push buttons on the label interface. The three buttons are labeled MODE, PLUS, and MINUS. With power supplied to the box by either starting the vehicle or just turning the key on, the adjustment modes are accessed by pressing the MODE button. Light setting changes are then made for each respective mode by pressing the PLUS and MINUS buttons. No extra tools are required to make tuning adjustments.

    Water-Resistant

    The hardware components within an EJK controller are covered with a substance to make the controller water-resistant. The EJK controller is still an electrical device and without this coating would short-circuit when in contact with water based substances. The EJK controller is NOT 100% water proof, but will continue to function properly through rainstorms, snow, washing your vehicle, etc.
     
  2. Roscoe

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    Just been looking at this range of products for EFI and didn't see this one, makes me wonder why so cheap?
     
  3. Joesmoe

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    A new one is a bit over $400 here in the U.S. And they are not certified on the Rocket for legal reasons (off-road only) -- they just work, so says a bunch of testing.
     
  4. Ishrub

    IshrubRetired and loving it!

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    Well they still list quite a few but none specifically for R3s
    Anyone know if there are different models for different no. of cyl etc?

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  5. leatal

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    Yes, they are model specific. The controllers are listed for the Rocket (part number 913007) in the Dobeck Performance website. The Gen 3 retails for $250.
     
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    Besides having my AFR Plus I also have the EJK controller. My bike was the test mule for tuning both of these controllers for the Rocket. The EJK works very well but no readout of the AFR like the AFR Plus. On the dyno the AFR Plus makes about 4 more HP than the EJK. I sometime disconnect the AFR Plus and run the EJK because it feels and sounds different and I like it. I can't feel the HP difference.
     
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    I so wanted to use the AFR4+ I bought from them, but after my ECU problem they recommended I not use it (gave me full refund) and then they discontinued selling it for the Triumphs. Loved the simplicity of the system and the AFR gauge. Maybe you can convince them to bring it back? If so, I am in for one!
     
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    I didn't know that. I'll have to give them a call and find out what that is all about.
     
  9. foxviewnet

    foxviewnetWith foxes we must play the fox!

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    I spoke to someone at Dobek a month or so ago and they said that there was an ECU change on certain R3 models. They were not sure which models had changed so they scrapped the whole Rocket line of AFR Plus units. They didn't want to be liable for damages. Just saying what I was told. There may be other reasons.
     
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    Curious, I haven't received an email suggesting I return mine. Should I call ?
     
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