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Opinion on Bazzaz vs Power Commander - July 27, 2010, 08:55 PM

I'm sure this topic has already eaten its way in this forum. Would like to know opinions on tuning for my bike, an 08 R1. Go Power Commander III? Or Bazzaz fuel module (Fuel Control Unit)? I know choice can depend on how I ride, where, and on/off the track. Which way to go??


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July 27, 2010, 09:02 PM

I have a PC3usb on my 03 R1, and a Bazzaz Z-Fi TC on my 09 R1. Bazzaz gets my vote.


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July 28, 2010, 07:40 AM

Bazzaz gets my vote, Rick from RNR can tune them if not get a ZAFM.

I have the Bazzaz on both my race bikes.
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July 28, 2010, 08:21 AM

I have a bazzaz zfi+qs on my 10r and an afm waiting to be installed.

Bazzaz gets my vote as well.


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July 28, 2010, 09:26 AM

We run all PC products. Unfortunately, I have seen Bazzaz products damage harnesses when using a kit box. Thay are good products and tend to be less expensive than DJ products, just easy to screw up the install in the instances I have seen them used. I've only worked with Suzukis, but we normally use a kit box with a QS wired directly into the harness (kit box accepts this) with a kill switch for the QS in case something bad happens.

Our new 600 has a complete PCV system, and we will see how it stacks up against previous installs/tunes.


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July 28, 2010, 02:20 PM

they both work about the same. I have used both over the years. Biggest difference is Bazzaz offers a traction control option, and dynojet offers an ignition module to change ignition timing. but if you don't use either of those options they work the same


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