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Old 03-22-2009, 10:16 AM   #1
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Bazzaz or Dynojet????

which one is better?? what are the advantages and disadvantages of both? im bout to get one of the two. so far i think ima get the bazzaz fuel control unit. thanks for the help.
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Old 03-22-2009, 10:19 AM   #2
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Bazzaz FTMFW I have that on my bike. All I can say that 1ks are not keeping up with me.
is it true that the fuel control unit , quick shift and traction control are all built in one??? and it costs 1k plus????
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You can get just FI cont.,FI+QS, or FI+TC. If you have 8 injector Bazzaz is the way to go. Im not sure you do. It the new thing and Im happy with mine. I have the FIQS and love it.
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I'd get Bazzaz, no questions asked.
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Bazzaz if you have 8-injectors, if you have 4 a PC-V is more than most people need....
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a bazazz isnt going to make your r6 faster than 1k's. Yeah after doing a lil work with bazazz and custom mapping full exhaust etc etc on a 600. You can run 750's.
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Bazzaz FTMFW I have that on my bike. All I can say that 1ks are not keeping up with me.

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The PC 5 controls 8 injectors as well.

I tune using both, here's my osrvations:
For a racebike that you are doing a custom map on, the Bazzaz offers a bit more adjustability, but no measurable performance advantage over a PC3.
The PC3 / 5 is easier to tune and is less expensive.
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Bazzaz FTMFW I have that on my bike. All I can say that 1ks are not keeping up with me.
Now that's funny.
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If you want the quick shifter you may need the ignition module with the pc. If you do then the bazzaz may end up cheaper.The qs is the by the way!
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Now that's funny.
Really?
You mean a 118 rwhp R6 (on a good day and a generous dyno) beats 160-170 rwhp 1000's?

Man, that Bazzaz must be able to change the laws of physics.
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I beat 1000's on my 6. I think it has to do more with the rider not knowing how to ride than the installed programmer.
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HA!! :r ofl:

what's so funny? there are plenty of crusiers out there that are 1000 cc..
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I don't think he was referring to cruisers, plus most cruisers are 1100cc or over nowadays, it's been years snce a 1000cc cruiser was produced.

However, if he was, a stock R6 can beat most 1000 cc cruisers without a tuner.
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I don't think he was referring to cruisers, plus most cruisers are 1100cc or over nowadays, it's been years snce a 1000cc cruiser was produced.

However, if he was, a stock R6 can beat most 1000 cc cruisers without a tuner.
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The PC 5 controls 8 injectors as well.

I tune using both, here's my osrvations:
For a racebike that you are doing a custom map on, the Bazzaz offers a bit more adjustability, but no measurable performance advantage over a PC3.
The PC3 / 5 is easier to tune and is less expensive.
The only way it controls 8-injectors is if you buy TWO PC's and daisy chain them which then makes it more expensive than a Bazzaz.

As far as tuning ability, really the PC has a few more features but for the dual injector setup, the Bazzaz makes a little more power down low (at least on a BUSA) because of it.

They both tune the same, it's just that you can plug a PC into the dynoject software and tune as one (since they make the dyno). Where the Bazzaz uses it's own software that's not compatible with the dynojet software. However, if you get the AFM module for the Bazzaz, (in my opinion) it's even easier to tune since you can do it all on one screen through the software and O2. You only have to switch back and forth for the dyno load settings....
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