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2009 Kawasaki Teryx Programmable CDI Box

anyone heard anything about the dynatek seems like they was good boxes for the 08 and price is way cheaper than msd.just wandering if i will get the same performance as msd or compariable for 240.00 vs 430.00 seems to be the way to go.i know it you cant do as much with the dynatek but not planning to do much more to my teryx besides clutch and maybe muzzy exhaust any info will be appreciated thanks

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Got a simple answer for you it cost more!! How? Because it is only a ignition to let you get by your limiters, if you want to do anything with fuel you will have to buy the serial programmer for another $250

Then when you have spent the $500 it is still has no where near the functionality of the MSD by a long shot.

Lastly you will have to buy a at least a $280 air/fuel ratio gauge cause no one will have a Dyna set up for you on fuel so now your into it $780 and still don't have what a MSD is.

The MSD is the best value

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A few months ago, people had to buy the DASA PCIII/Hacked Brute Ignition module like I did. They ranged in price from roughly 700-800. They did work pretty well, mine did very well but the only problem I had is that I run Mac computers and it had a hard time communicating with my MacBook Pro. Steve at DASA provided some good MAPS for me and it definitely worked, you can ask RustyBass who I ride with.


I have now switched to the MSD for about 1/2 the cost and I got the stock Hunterworks MAP which is working great plowing my driveway with my new Muzzy's PRO system with whisper cores and new larger 27" overall wheels and tires. I will pull out the A/F Meter before I really push the machine or flat it out.

I have no complaints, the MSD is a lot easier to install and get to for programming changes right under the seat, there is nothing so far I have found not to like about the MSD. The idle I have noticed is less rough and a little less fumey with the MSD, but I am sure I probably could have fixed the MAP on the DASA Setup to accomplish the same thing if I could access it to program again. My Mac just hates those drivers in Bootcamp or Parallels either one. DASA Steve was very good to support the product, thank you Steve. If anybody wants it, (PCIII/Hacked Brute Force Module from DASA) 300 and it is yours shipped to teh USA.

I call it good value for the money to tell you the truth. Thanks Todd for putting the time into shipping it with your sweet MAP for the Muzzys.

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I have now switched to the MSD for about 1/2 the cost and I got the stock Hunterworks MAP which is working great plowing my driveway with my new Muzzy's PRO system with whisper cores and new larger 27" overall wheels and tires. I will pull out the A/F Meter before I really push the machine or flat it out.

I have no complaints, the MSD is a lot easier to install and get to for programming changes right under the seat, there is nothing so far I have found not to like about the MSD. The idle I have noticed is less rough and a little less fumey with the MSD, but I am sure I probably could have fixed the MAP on the DASA Setup to accomplish the same thing if I could access it to program again. My Mac just hates those drivers in Bootcamp or Parallels either one. DASA Steve was very good to support the product, thank you Steve. If anybody wants it, (PCIII/Hacked Brute Force Module from DASA) 300 and it is yours shipped to teh USA.

I call it good value for the money to tell you the truth. Thanks Todd for putting the time into shipping it with your sweet MAP for the Muzzys.[/QUOTE]

Did you get your Mac to work with MSD? If so please share.
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I plugged it in and set the dial for the Hunterworks curve 5 and plowed my driveway and rode around. I have not had to or even tried my Mac yet, but Murray at Muzzy's is also a Mac guy like me and he said it worked fine, so I believe him. I can tell by the color of my head pipes that it is not lean so I am not worried. I will test it and get back to you as soon as our weather gets better and I install my WEGO III A/F Meter to fine tune. So far my machine is running KILLER although I think it is so good, I need to do at least a STD Bore kit or something to make it even better.

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