Yamaha Fazer 1000 (FZ1) 2006 onwards - Ivans Fuel Cut Eliminator
Part No. FCE001
The Ivans FCE (Fuel Cut Eliminator) prevents the fuelling glitch on the Yamaha Fazer 1000 (FZ1) 2006 onwards.
It comes with full fitting instructions with pictures and connectors.
Price: £169.99 inc. VAT (£141.66 ex. VAT)
Postage & Packaging Worldwide: £4.99 inc VAT (£4.15 ex VAT)
One satisfied FCE customer said :-" I had my first ride today with the FCE fitted. What more can I say other than it works. Well, no surprises, especially knowing his reputation, that it does exactly what he claims it will. There is absolutely no hesitation from a closed to open throttle at any rpm. I tried every conceivable combination of on/off throttle transitions and it was faultless throughout. I'd say its a must do mod."
Howard Boylands Long Term Test FZ1 2006 Motorcycle News 13/12/06
"The holy grail of fuelling - I'm pleased to say it has passed every riding test with flying colours also generates a genuine 10bhp at around 6-7000rpm"
The Ivans Fuel Cut Eliminator works with or without a Power Commander
This bike has lazy throttle response, and also the typical abrupt on/off throttle transition problem that all of todays EFI bikes have.
This is due to "fuel cut".....
"Fuel cut" happens when you close the throttle anytime above 4500 rpm (on this bike), the fuel injectors will stop.....
Upon re-application of the throttle, there is a delay before the system will start back up and re-wet the intake tract and combustion chamber..... the rider feels this as a delay and jerky response from closed throttle.... especially while leaned over in a turn.
In addition to the response problem, there is also one loud bang from out the exhaust that is usually heard when re-applying the throttle, after you change the exhaust.
Under these conditions, throttle response is much less than precise.
Ivan has designed the FCE (fuel cut eliminator) for this bike, and as a result there is a marked difference as to how much better this bike responds under any riding condition.... and as the first dyno chart shows, more midrange power between 6000 & 9000 rpm.
The product will add as much as 10hp due to the sub-throttles opening at a faster rate as well as preventing the EFI system from shutting off under decel conditions.
Combined with proper fuel and ignition mapping, this bike is transformed from a precarious ride under aggressive riding conditions to a perfectly smooth and predictable ride under any riding condition.
This product will make a marked improvement in any year fuel injected Yamaha FZ-1 (2006 - 2009) because it eliminates the root cause of the abrupt throttle response - "Fuel Cut" and it also offers the advantage of a faster opening rate of the sub-throttles.... regardless of what the factory may have done to improve this model.
The fact is... as long as there is "fuel cut", the problem will remain.