Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Spokane Washington
Re: DynoJet Power Commander - Installation & Review - "Is your 700r thirsty 4 fuel?"
I am not disagreeing with you that it probably isnt the best thing in the world to be cutting into the wires.....but on the other hand, it probably isnt a good idea to be doing exhausts......doing intakes.....messing with the fuel managment....changing gears. They all could wind up breaking down the quad or increasing wear. That splicer they have you install on the tps wire isnt like its making this huge patch of bare wire. You simply pinch the thing on there, and the little medal blades inside the splicer cut threw JUST ENOUGH of the wrap to make contact. I dont really know that ANY wire is showing or exposed to the elements.....not if you do it right. I would have to think there is as much exposed on it as there is at every single electical connection on the bike. Just dont see how you are so concerned about this additional one. I have yet to hear anyone having any problems.
Bottom line is, it works, and makes the quad perform better. Is the machine going to last forever NO, but doing mods like these are part of the game, and to me are well worth any added wear and tare. Had my yfz all clapped out with mods which is a much more high strung motor, and NEVER had a problem with it the entire time I had it!
*06 Raptor 700R SE: Barkers, FCI, PC3, DynaTek Ignition (custom curve), HC3, +3 TB, TQS 11.5.1,Evac, Sparkplug Wire Mod w/ iridium NGK, Full GYTR Clutch w/ HD springs, Ohlins Suspension F/R, 15/38G