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Cobra Fi2000R O2 Fuel Processor - 692-1616CL

  • Part #: 2000712
  • Manufacturer Part #: 692-1616CL

MSRP Price: $279.95

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Overview of Cobra Fi2000R O2 Fuel Processor - 692-1616CL

  • Closed-loop Fi2000R O2 digital fuel processor is designed to work with all exhaust systems on the market today that are equipped with oxygen sensors
  • Fi2000R optimizes stock lean air/fuel mixtures while increasing horsepower and torque while cooling engine temps
  • Works virtually the same as a carburetor jet kit by having adjustments similar to the air-mixture screw, the needle and clip positions and the main jet
  • No computer downloads or dyno testing needed
  • Installation is easy with the plug-and-ride technology and OEM-style connectors
  • Pre-configured from the factory but adjustments are fast and easy if your application should require
  • Improves overall rideability and virtually eliminates backfiring on deceleration

    NOTE: Standard models not legal for operation on public highways in the state of California.

    Included Items:
    (1) Fi2000CL fuel injection module
    (4) Zip ties 6"
    (1) Zip Tie 4"
    (1) Velcro strip

The Air Resources Board (ARB) does not permit the use of aftermarket emission-related parts that alter the air/fuel ratio of an emission-controlled vehicle. Due to these legal restrictions this part cannot be shipped to California.

Specs for Cobra Fi2000R O2 Fuel Processor - 692-1616CL

Type Fuel Injection Module
Units Each
Weight 0.75 lbs

Specs for Cobra Fi2000R O2 Fuel Processor - 692-1616CL

Type Fuel Injection Module
Units Each
Weight 0.75 lbs

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works...but...
i added a stage 1 upgrade to a 2013 dyna, 103. cobra slashdown 2-2 pipes and kuriakin air cleaner. immediately got the popping and backfiring, as expected. acceleration was fine. then added the fuel processor and thing got better but still had some sputtering a backfiring. but developed a hesitation when I quickly hit the throttle. started after i installed the processor, which, btw isn't rocket science to getting it wrong is almost impossible.

they told me the backfire was an exhaust leak. So I pulled the pipes, installed new head gaskets (a second new set) and reinstalled. Having done this before i kinda knew how to do it, so i made absolutely sure there were no leaks.

No change. have been cranking the pots for a while now and they make a diff, but can't get rid of the hesitation (called them, said maybe throttle position sensor is bad? hmmm must have gone bad at the same time installed the pipes...that is a stretch). and i still get an occasional backfire. not sure what to make of this...but having done this a few times on previous bikes with power commanders and they just worked perfect, i have to wonder. i bought this only because of the cobra pipes, but am thinking of pitching and getting either a power commander or the harley tuner...
July 21, 2015

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