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  • Ordering Jeff's TRE

    Where's the best place to order Jeff's TRE? Gixxer.com? Thanks.
    http://www.stud.ntnu.no/home/alexann
    If it doesn't make it go fast, stop fast or turn fast, it doesn't have it.
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    go straight to jeff

    clicky to become un-retarded

    2000 tillis plus stuff with some polished stuff and some carbon fiber stuff and a little bit of tlr stuff and some gsxr stuff

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    • #3
      Once more for the mentally-as-well-as-ignition retarded...we need the busa one, right?
      The Weaver bird has little brain, it weaves about from lane to lane... that'd be me then...

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      • #4
        The busa and gsxr1k take the same one (I think). I thought that the tl's needed the same one as the 600 and 750?
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        If it doesn't make it go fast, stop fast or turn fast, it doesn't have it.
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        • #5
          JSD-001a- $25 USD + shipping: Non switched version that plugs directly into the stock Suzuki connector. No cutting, splicing, or soldering required (15k resistor 600/750).

          JSD-002 - $35 USD + shipping: Switched version allows you to switch in/out the JSD at will. 20 remote mounted switch (6.8k ohm resistor 1k/busa).


          No specific mention of TL
          The Weaver bird has little brain, it weaves about from lane to lane... that'd be me then...

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          • #6
            The IVAN's if for the Busa, GSXR1000, and TLR, so I would figure it would be the same for other mfg.
            "Damn... my brain just stopped"

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            • #7
              a tl can use either

              the busa is the only one that must have the 6.8k ohm

              i got the jsd-002a (15k ohm)

              2000 tillis plus stuff with some polished stuff and some carbon fiber stuff and a little bit of tlr stuff and some gsxr stuff

              CLICK HERE to donate a couple dollars/rubles/won/yen/euro/pounds/francs/etc to the greatest forum on the web!
              "Aerodynamics are for those who fail to make HORSEPOWER!"
              -Enzo Ferrari-

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              • #8
                Someone help a complete moron here please: I received Jeff's TRE (JSD-002) installed it, but I am not really seeing the difference I thought I would. I am also not seeing the change in RPMs when the clutch is out with the bike in neutral with the switch in either position. The way I understand it, the RPMs should be around 2500 but come back to normal when the clutch is pulled in? Did I do something wrong?

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                • #9
                  6.8K = 5th gear, for the Busa & GSXR1K to defeat speed limiting
                  15K = 6th gear, TL's aren't limited so go the 15K one.

                  Jon,
                  The difference is most noticeable when the engine is running the cold map (under 80C), use the fast idle (or throttle) to get it to about 2K rpm while warming it up and pull release the clutch and you should notice a big difference in revs. You haven't bridged out your clutch switch have you?

                  Here's the difference my bike goes through when warming up Right click "save as" 132kb windoze media.

                  Of course my semi active tre eliminates this problem, but I disconnected the active part to show the difference, and the difference the clutch switch makes to the operation of the engine.
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                  • #10
                    So I should only see the difference in the start up? I haven't noticed any problems starting it up cold either though.

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                    • #11
                      The biggest difference in revs is while warming it up and it's under 80C (176F)
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                      • #12
                        Alright (and sorry to bastardize this thread)... then I necessarily won't see a difference in the RPMs if the bike is already warmed up? I haven't ridden in awhile, but I did notice the front wheel coming up under hard first and second acceleration (which it didn't before). Thanks for your help Steve.

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                        • #13
                          Once warm you might not notice a difference, some do some don't :dunno

                          1st and 2nd is where you'll notice it working the most. Those little power wheelies on corner exits where it never used to do it.
                          "I spent most of my money on Scotch, women and cigarettes. The rest I just wasted"

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Steve TLS
                            1st and 2nd is where you'll notice it working the most. Those little power wheelies on corner exits where it never used to do it.
                            OK... that's what I kind of thought, but the RPM issue had me confused. Melikes the sudden power wheelie ability! :thumb

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