Fast Phones, Fast Bikes

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    Just a another new guy signing in to get the latest and the greatest. I'll most likely be lurking in the shadows for months, searching and learning. I can push a modern streetbike around a closed course at break neck speeds, but have to ask my wife how to text, so I'm obviously computer skills challenged. Great site, super smart members, and thanks for making this wealth of information available to the rest of us.
     
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    Welcome:reddroid:
     
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    welcome to the machine! (miss my kawi..)
     
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    Welcome fellow biker. I too am a track junkie (and not entirely slow) but can't afford to go as often as I'd like.
     
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    Found ya! Thanks for the link.
     
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    Fun is getting expensive. Now if only my Droid could change tires, or better yet, replace the PIIIUSB or at least allow programming trackside for last minute EFI map trimming.
     
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    Welcome from an old biker. On most forums I'm known as Geezer Squid. In my day, of street riding only, I used to use the rear tire all the way to the edge. My love of curves and mountain riding did leave a few scars, but many, many great memories. You guys are doing it the right way though - on a track. That is the place for speed. I lost quite a few good friends through the 40+ years of street riding I've done.
     
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    Hmmm, a bluetooth app for PCIII programming? Looks like a niche that needs to be filled. Better yet, the Droid already has USB connectivity. I've got the TEKA on my 1K so no laptop needed and nearly on-the-fly adjustments.
     
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    I change my own tires for about 1/2 the price of doing it at the dealer. Hmm, I'll look into that USB droid PC3 thing just for the heck of it. Now, that would be cool. Just make the PC3 a contact and call it. :)
    Welcome to the site.
    P.S. These droid followers are worse than bike junkies.
     
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    I know less about PC/Phone programming than I do about women, but I'm sure someone here has the know how to make the phone act as a PC or make an ap to use Dynojet's software. The phone obviously has a USB port, which is how you plug into the PCIII/Fuel management device.

    Power Commander Product Information

    Software here
    Power Commander III USB Downloads


    Just a thought..........
     
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    WERA BBS? I first heard of this site via The 13x forums.
     
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    That was most likely my post that led you here!:icon_ banana::icon_ devil: I'm known as 'livebikes' on the beeb!
     
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