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    Pics of my bar setup and efi controller mounting

    This is my UMI setup, but with powdercoated oem bars ant the UMI crosspad.
    I found it gives a few extra inches height which helps your back/neck when standing up wavejumping for long periods.
    I also mount my EFI controller on the exhaust cowl-which makes it really easy to unclip and stick it on the glovebox lid for tuning
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    Nice set up!
    aren`t you concerned with the heat from the engine? these efi controllers are touchy...
    is that the commercial tiny tach?

    if so, you might want to set it up a little differently.

    set the tach to read @ 120 degree`s and wrap the wire around all three ignition cables.
    Last edited by Pale Rider; 01-19-2010 at 05:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
    Nice set up!
    aren`t you concerned with the heat from the engine? these efi controllers are touchy...
    is that the commercial tiny tach?

    if so, you might want to set it up a little differently.

    set the tach to read @ 120 degree`s and wrap the wire around all three ignition cables.
    No probs with the efi there-im running a d-plate so it dosent get that hot, and it keeps the damp out!
    Stock tt-front plug wire works fine.Don't get to see calm water very often-it's just there for setting up, and checking now and again that the revs are up over 7100.
    As a side note-the front joint of the TT was painted with superglue (I do this to all of my skis)and even though it goes underwater now and again-no probs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongoose View Post
    No probs with the efi there-im running a d-plate so it dosent get that hot, and it keeps the damp out!
    Stock tt-front plug wire works fine.Don't get to see calm water very often-it's just there for setting up, and checking now and again that the revs are up over 7100.
    As a side note-the front joint of the TT was painted with superglue (I do this to all of my skis)and even though it goes underwater now and again-no probs.

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    PR can you please explain what you mean re set up of the TT at 120 deg? Why does the wire need to be wrapped around all three leads? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenod View Post
    PR can you please explain what you mean re set up of the TT at 120 deg? Why does the wire need to be wrapped around all three leads? Thanks
    You need to wrap it around all three to get the most accurate reading. Also its better to wrap the tach wiring by the CDI box.

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