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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-15-2016, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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Rapidbike Easy

Anyone with Rapidbike Easy Controller on his bike?
Not sure if it works on the S1000.
Any experiences? Let me know!
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There is an extensive thread on it. Do a quick search.
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I mean the EASY Controller and not the Racing one...
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I don't think there is an easy module for our bikes. Evo and Racing only I believe.
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I mean the EASY Controller and not the Racing one...
I think you mean the Rapid Bike Racing vs Rapid Bike EVO system.

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I think you mean the Rapid Bike Racing vs Rapid Bike EVO system.

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There is also a plug and play Easy system for other bikes. In addition to Evo and Racing.
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Contact Yaman with the website contact link. He's very quick at getting back to people and has been very helpful despite a ton of my dumb questions.

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There is also a plug and play Easy system for other bikes. In addition to Evo and Racing.


Didn't know that...hmmm

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"Contact Yaman..."
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Hereīs a pic, what the controller looks like.

It is available in Germany for about 200$ and is P&P. It ifluences the stock O2 signal in the area (first 1/3 to 1/2 of rpm range) where the emissions are monitored, so the bike wonīt run too lean anymore.
=better AFR, better throttle response...
with the 2 twist buttons on, u can adjust the controller to your personal style of riding (how can this work well??)

I donīt know if itīs worth the money to pay for. No one who has ever ridden it???
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