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Old 07-16-2012, 04:22 PM   #1
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Have a 2007 r6"r" with 05 header conversion and m4 slip on. Not running a Bmc yet but prolly soon will, what my question is, is one better than the other or is it just a brand war? What are the pros and cons about both with my type of set up? Any input is greatly appreciated.. Thanks guys and gals..
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Old 07-16-2012, 04:47 PM   #2
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They are pretty much the same
8 injectors Bazzaz for sure
4 PC or Bazzaz
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I've been trying to look my bike up to figure out if it has 4 injectors or 8.. So far no dice, can't find d!ck. ( trying to avoid takeing fairings off)
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Your 2007 R6R has 8. There is no street difference with Bazzaz or PC3 other than ease of installation. Get the PC3, its easier to work with and install.
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I've been trying to look my bike up to figure out if it has 4 injectors or 8.. So far no dice, can't find d!ck. ( trying to avoid takeing fairings off)
i have a service manual in PDF if you want it PM me.
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A single unit Bazzaz will control 8 injectors. PC will need 2 units to control 8. Unless they have made some changes. The PC is no easier to use than Bazzaz.
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Yeah, you have to get the secondary control module for the PCV to control all 8 injectors. The Bazzaz does offer traction control module though.
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Yeah, you have to get the secondary control module for the PCV to control all 8 injectors. The Bazzaz does offer traction control module though.
Bazzaz offers all of the add ons that PC offers. Tuner, TC, and auto tune
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Bazzaz offers all of the add ons that PC offers. Tuner, TC, and auto tune

Didn't know PC offered a TC option. Learned something new. Dynojet is working to create an add on option and app that will allow you to adjust your PC through your phone. It's still in development but they're supposedly getting closer to releasing it
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I have the bazzaz on my r6
and the PC on my R1. I like them both. I prefer Bazzaz though. I like the idea it control's 8 injectors.
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I have always run PC. The Busa has secondary injectors though. I wasn't liking the idea of needed 2 units to control all eight. That is what got me using Bazzaz. I have been very happy with it. It's less components to mess up also.
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Didn't know PC offered a TC option. Learned something new. Dynojet is working to create an add on option and app that will allow you to adjust your PC through your phone. It's still in development but they're supposedly getting closer to releasing it
I see I didnt word it right. I should have said Bazzaz offers everything PC offers + traction control.
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You guys are great! Without sounding too much like an ad, there's a lot that separates us over the competition. I don't expect you to just go off my word, but we made a whole list on bazzaz.net called 'Why It's Better'. You can get our arguments there and make your decision based on those reasons combined with feedback from the forum.

We're newer on the scene (since '08) for product, but Ammar Bazzaz has been involved in pro-race applications of FI since it's introduction (with Mladin/Yosh Suzuki SBK). Bazzaz changed the way aftermarket controllers operate, invented on-board data collection for fuel management (Z-AFM), made quick shift seamless and adjustable, and introduced rate-of-change traction control as an affordable add-on... all developed in pro racing.

I hope you choose Bazzaz! Let us know if there are any specific questions we can answer. Thanks for letting me jump in here.

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I think I was the first (around here any way) to use the Bazzaz QS to perform the kill for my air shifter. I called tech support with my idea and they had never thought about doing that and had never been asked. I also wired the Bazzaz to switch maps to the nitrous map when the solenoid opened. Its worked flawlessly for the most part for me since 08. The only problems I have had were created by me.
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