PURE LOGIC TUNING
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ARCTIC CAT
POLARIS
SKI DOO
YAMAHA

KEY FEATURES:  

USES LOAD BASED TECHNOLOGY WHICH ALLOWS FOR TUNING IN EVERY GEAR

ABILITY TO ADD FUEL WITHOUT ALTERING THE STOCK FUEL MAP

EASY TO SEE LED LIGHTS TO INDICATE OPERATING ZONE

PUSH BUTTON INTERFACE TO ALLOW QUICK FINE TUNING

EASY INSTALLATION

NITROUS FUEL AND SOLENOID CONTROL

BOOST SENSING FUEL CONTROL

TWO SENSOR MANIPULATION CONTROLS

CAPABLE OF FIRING TWO ADDITIONAL INJECTORS


HOW IT WORKS:  
The real technology behind the Pure Logic controller is that it functions like a carburetor. It takes the knowledge and experience that many of us have, and converts it to a fuel injection interface. The Pure Logic controller breaks the stock fuel curve down into 3 different sections with each section correlating to a carb tuning adjustment. The GREEN zone correlates to adjusting the fuel mixture screw on a carburetor. The YELLOW zone correlates to adjusting the needle in a carburetor. The RED zone correlates to changing the main jet in a carburetor. Each zone is set to have a range of fuel adjustability by the developer which correlates to an on-board adjustable mode. The Pure Logic controller is called a "piggy-back" type of EFI controller meaning that it reads the stock injector signal from the ECU, modifies the signal, and then sends it to the injector. With our EFI controller, tuning your vehicle is as simple as pressing buttons. No tools. No down time. Simply jump on, go for a ride and make tuning adjustments on the fly.

What sets the Pure Logic controller apart from other types of EFI controllers is that it uses load based technology instead of just RPM vs TPS. Load based tuning allows a user to tune their vehicle for every gear and for all riding conditions. Load can easily be explained by stating that riding up a hill puts more load on the vehicle than driving on a flat road. Each zone for the Pure Logic controller can be adjusted by the developer to determine how load sensitive the zone is and from this definition the developer then sets switch points to change between each zone. The illustration below is a good reference to show how driving through a gear changes between the zones.




 
 
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