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10Brute750i2010-08-11 08:31:24 +0000 #1
Ive been looking around at the timing modules and cant seem to find where anyone says they really work on the newer efi models. I just put a HMF Optimizer on so would I really notice that big of a difference with one of these. Thanks
phreebsd2010-08-11 08:36:56 +0000 #2
They work on all prairie 650/700 brute 650/750

it more noticeable on some bikes more so than others.
Heath0707072010-08-11 09:00:15 +0000 #3
I have read that if you have an ignition that advances timing this is not recommended. Not sure if your optimizer does or not. Might want to check.
10Brute750i2010-08-11 09:35:14 +0000 #4
Im pretty sure the optimizer does not, just adjusts the fuel/air ratio.
Metal Man2010-08-11 09:02:54 +0000 #5
Yes it will work on the EFI. Will you notice it...probable not. I had one ( HL module) on mine before i got the VDI. I could tell it was there but barley.Now Steve has it. I remember him saying about the same thing about it.Seams they make a bigger difference on the carbed bikes. The EFI bikes pull pretty good out of the hole in stock form...or at least mine did.

If you are set on getting one i have a small write up about how to install it with pics if you need it.
10Brute750i2010-08-11 09:04:42 +0000 #6
Yeah I would like the write up Metal Man. On my 2010 it doesnt seem to wheelie as easily as my buddies 06 750. I think they mounted the CPU differently on it to, it is toward the right side of the bike and it looks like its going to be a pain in the butt to splice into the wires, theres only about 2'' of wire showing before it is wrapped up and drops down through the frame. Hope I dont mess anything up!!
DjScrimm2010-08-11 09:37:02 +0000 #7
Do you have at least 250-300 miles on the bike yet?
10Brute750i2010-08-11 10:12:22 +0000 #8
only about 200?
Metal Man2010-08-11 12:12:24 +0000 #9
Here you go. www.mudinmyblood.net...showthread.php?t=741

I posted pics on the second page of how to wire the HL module. There is some good info in this post about how the modules work so i would read it if you have the time.

Also i used the HL module. I think the DG 5 has and extra wire. It hooks to the speed sensor wire that i left loose.( The three wire modules do not hook back to the speed sensor.They by pass it all together) It basically gives you the option to run it in stock mod with the flip of a switch if you want to.

If you have any question just ask.

If you cant find a DG5 there are several other modules out there that do the same thing. You just have to be sure its the solder in type. NOT the plug and play kind. they will not work.
10Brute750i2010-08-11 10:56:28 +0000 #10
Thanks Metal Man, I have already ordered it so should be here in couple days, it is the solder type. I liked the idea of a switch, I get into alot of steep technical stuff and dont want to accidentally give it a little to much juice!!
DjScrimm2010-08-11 11:55:20 +0000 #11
I was just gonna throw it out there.... My bike became a whole nother animal after about 300 something miles, wheelies were a good way to know. IMO nothing finished breaking in until at least 250m, but thats just what i have found over time.



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