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I was using similar products from other companies, so I didn't expect the same effect. However, it was a completely different thing! Although I have a normal vehicle, I certainly felt the power from low speed to medium speed and it became easier to ride. FuelX also supports aftermarket mods, so I was looking forward to it even after replacing the muffler.
Smooth, refined! Two words to describe the FuelX on my KTM 390 Duke! Running the bike stock on map 6. Better throttle response, better idle, Overall, just a smoother running engine. So far, have run Fuel X for about 200 miles and mpg is same as stock. I like that I still have further adjustments available as I plan to modify both intake and exhaust
I put PowerTRONIC ECU on my bike around 7000km ago. I noticed an increase in throttle response throughout the rev range and smoother response in lower rev range. I rode 1000km on my bike since installing FuelX and my main comment is that the bike is just more refined and there is improved response throughout the rev range. Overall both the FuelX and PowerTRONIC were easy to install and have worked flawlessly since I started using them. I enjoy my bike more than I did when it was stock it’s more smooth and refined and has more usable power throughout the rev range
I was already running Powertronic, so I wasn't expecting it at all, but FuelX was so good that I was surprised! I feel that the acceleration power has increased. In a good way, Duke's flexibility and usability have improved. The 3rd and 4th gears have good refinement, so you can quickly switch to the 5th gear. I made new discoveries and it was a lot of fun!
FuelX, fitting straightforward, connectors etc are very high quality Result, at first short ride running gently until up to temperature little difference, but then as ride progressed with mixed urban and country, throttle response grew much smoother, bike no longer jerking and hunting on slow corners. After 76 miles bike felt totally different, able to pull smoothly even if too high a gear was selected, so machine’s Electronic Control Unit had learned and adapted to the added electronic box. Check miles per UK gallon came out at 58mpg, little worse than the 70mpg or so others report, but I had thrashed it to test the performance; well worth small loss, as engine running cooler and fan not cutting in at all. Only stalled once turning in an awkward narrow road (my fault) whereas would usually have three or four stall 'events' on a normal ride. It isn't smart to run a big single too slowly, but with the FuelX lite added it allows less than ideal gear selection. Pleased I found your product