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Old 10-24-2013, 01:58 PM   #1
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Juice Box Premium Fuel Controller

Anyone have knowledge on tuning a juice box or know where I could take it? For some reason the Two Brothers website is not allowing me to download the pre-programmed maps for my 09 zx6r.

The Juice Box came with the bike when I bought it and it seems like I am not getting the full experience. It begins to blink "red" early on in gears and low rpms. I know the difference of it telling me to shift up or down but while cruising it maintains "red" as opposed to the "green"
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Old 10-24-2013, 10:44 PM   #2
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Bump.....help lol
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Old 10-25-2013, 01:41 AM   #3
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"Maps" can't be downloaded for the juice box, only for the juice box pro. The juice box is what you have and is adjustable manually with the "programer" in your picture. There are about six different fuel parameters you can adjust either way(basically high mid and low rpms relative to throttle position- like high rpms 60% throttle vs. high rpms 100% throttle). I'll post how to adjust it tomorrow when I have the instructions infront of me. There is a way to "clear adjustments" and go back to the factory setting it comes with. If you completely let off throttle after hard accel does led 1 flash green and led 8 flash red? Or all LEDs flash red?
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thanks for replying!

Whenever I let go from hard accel the led 1 flashes green and led 8 flashes red.
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Old 10-25-2013, 11:06 AM   #5
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What setting is best to have? I would like to conserve the good gas when the acceleration is high.
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Old 10-25-2013, 04:06 PM   #6
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Why do you want it? What are you trying to achieve with it?
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Conserving gas isn't what they are for. They are for adding fuel
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thanks for replying!

Whenever I let go from hard accel the led 1 flashes green and led 8 flashes red.
This means it's working correctly according to my instructions. The factory setting which is for a stock airbox and slip on exhaust is
1. Mode 1 green led number 2
2. Mode 2 yellow LEDs 3&4
3. Mode 3 red led 1
4. Mode 4 green/blue LEDs 3&8
5. Mode 5 yellow/blue LEDs 4&5&8
6. Mode 6 red/blue LEDs 4&8
Hope this helps
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i took it off and am selling it now....i posted a thread last night
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If you take it off and get lots of poping on decel then you may consider purchasing a different fuel controller that is more user friendly.. But if your bike is stock aside from a slip on exhaust then you don't really need to bend the fuel curves.
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If you take it off and get lots of poping on decel then you may consider purchasing a different fuel controller that is more user friendly.. But if your bike is stock aside from a slip on exhaust then you don't really need to bend the fuel curves.
Thanks man. Yea its stock... I test rode it afterwards and seemed just fine. I appreciate your feedback!
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