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Suzuki Gear Position Timing Retard Eliminator (GP-TRE)
The GP-TRE is an advanced Timing Retard Eliminator which preserves the function of the OEM dash gear position indicator. All of Suzuki's late models sportbikes have electronic circuitry which retards the ignition timing in the first four gears and on some models the first Five gears, which also reduces horsepower. Another problem which is caused by the ignition timing being retarded is a choppy throttle response. For road racers this is very critical since it will upset the drive off the corner. This GP-TRE effectively solves this problem! Simply installing our GP-TRE unit will greatly increase horsepower and improve throttle response in the first four or five gears depending on model. Most other brands of TRE's select the 5th gear ignition curve for all gears. On some of Suzuki's late model bikes including the 2007-08 GSXR 1000 and the 2008-13 Hayabusa Suzuki uses the same ignition curve for 1st through 5th gear. This being the case the 6th gear ignition curve is the best curve for these models. Since ignition timing is critical in obtaining maximum engine performance the Suzuki GP-TRE will improve performance significantly more as compared to installing a Power Commander. This being the case the GP-TRE should be the first consideration. We have designed our GP-TRE to be easily configured to either 5th gear or 6th gear ignition curve depending on the application. Our Suzuki GP-TRE utilizes a programmable micro-controller with our own custom firmware for cutting edge technology.PLease see our website for all the details at: http://www.danosperformance.com/Suzuki GP-TRE.htm
 

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Yes there is a price difference but they are not the same.With a Z-Bomb installed the gear indicator does not read correctly in all the gears.Also The GP-TRE can be configured for either 4th,5th or 6th gear ignition curve depending on the model bike it is going to be installed on theirs can't.So you do have to compare apples with apples here. Thanks Dan
 
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