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Hi,

does anyone use the EJK controller from Dobeck?

What's your numbers on the controller- stock, or did you made changes?

For my point of view at the moment - there is no power gain, I don't feel any changes using this part.

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I used the EJK on my first trooper ( 08 ) and didn't seem to notice any difference in power. though it definitely did burn significantly more fuel. I toyed with the settings and never really seemed to get any noticeable gains so dialed it back to factory and left it there. I would have taken it out but I removed the cat converter so decided to leave it in because of the O2 sensors. I am now onto my second trooper and am running it stock, no controller. seems to run just as good as the last unit but I can now run all day on about a 1/2 tank of fuel.

In my opinion, the EJK is not worth the money and extra fuel consumption on a stock machine. all that being said, some people have seen gains because of their setups like intake, exhaust, turbo's etc...

I ride mostly in the eastern slopes of the rocky's in Alberta, Canada. so elevations between 4000 - 8000 feet above sea level. not sure if this has something to do with it or not.

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That's the same as I notice. Too bad, that I ordered after reviews in the buggy-news forum, which were positive to this product.

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I have the cams in mine. If you do the cams you would need one or it would run lean. I can't say enough good things about the cams. BUT take your head off and send it to silver bullet. I think know you don't have to take your head off.

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