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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-12-2009, 08:10 PM Thread Starter
 
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Juice box

Well, I wouldn't have started with one, but the fright pig (and yes, it was cheap) of an 07 I just bought has one. Any problems with them? I've read thru the threads doing comparisons of the three out there, but little on the long term viability of the juice box.

Any thoughts/experience would be appreciated.
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was this entirely in english, i can not comprehend it.


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Since you already bought the bike it's kind of late to ask about mechanical issues. You'll find out as they come.

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Sorry guys, I was just asking about anyone's long term experience with the Juice Box. I hadn't found anything using search.
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... what exactly is a juice box?


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It's a Two Brothers ECU add-on. Not as adjustable as the PC or Bazzas(?). No download to flash the programmer. It comes from Two Bros programmed for the 07-08 600rr. Plugs in to the lower injectors.
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Here is the link it has intro with 2 videos...
http://www.twobros.com/Perf_Products...x/JuiceBox.htm

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is it any good tuning wise my buddy put it on his r1 and his motor messed up a week later dont no if it had anything to do with that or not

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you can't take away fuel, only add fuel. it's done over a very broad spectrum and not very precise. basically it's 10 year old carb technology. Better off with the bazzaz or dynojet products.
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you can't take away fuel, only add fuel. it's done over a very broad spectrum and not very precise. basically it's 10 year old carb technology. Better off with the bazzaz or dynojet products.
You should've went with a PC incase you wanted to upgrade to a full or do airbox mods.

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