X-TRE for Kawasaki

X-TRE for Kawasaki

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Your Price: $139.99
Part Number:XT-K01
The X-TRE power box from HealTech Electronics is designed for Japanese motorcycles originally equipped with an in-dash gear position indicator.

X-TRE is an advanced Timing Retard Eliminator, which preserves the function of the OEM dash gear indicator. It is achieved by having a microchip encode/decode the communication link between the ECM and the dashboard in real time. This feature is unique, as a traditional TRE disables the factory gear indicator.

This module improves partial-throttle response in gears 1-3, and bypasses the speed limiter on 1000cc+ bikes. It adds power while improving throttle response and acceleration in the lower gears. The unit automatically turns off the mapping in Neutral for smooth idle operation.

Just like the HealTech GIPRO w/ATRE, the X-TRE comes with user selectable gear maps, offering the same benefit and flexibility. But now, there is no requirement to have an external gear indicator when the bike already has one, although we understand many riders will still want the GIPRO unit for the large bright LED display.

And of course, for bikes without an OEM dash gear indicator, the GIPRO w/ATRE is still the best option available today.

The X-TRE unit mounts under the fuel tank, out of sight, and works well with (or without) other electronic devices like a Power Commander or a Speedohealer, etc.

This tiny box installs in under 30 minutes on most bikes connecting through OEM plugs (only one wire would need to be cut during installation). HealTech bundles high quality gel-sealed quick connects to make quick, simple, and reliable connections without the need for soldering.

XT-K01 kit fits these models:
KAWASAKI ZX-6R Ninja (2007-2012), ZX-10R Ninja (2008-2010) 



5 Stars
X-Tre
After just getting by bike dyno tuned, i was hoping for super smooth throttle response in all gears, but i was not completely satisfied especially through the lower gears. There was still that slight jumpy throttle which was difficult to modulate. The xtre definitely solved that problem for me even when i went back to the dyno shop and had them remap the bike to no avail. It really does work nicely. I still notice a difference in smooth throttle and responsiveness even after the dyno tune with the xtre not installed. Its not big difference probably because the dyno tune squeezed everything out of the bike, but there is no more choppy throttle response in low gears. If your really looking to smooth out your bike for that smooth mid corner roll-on and a dyno tune didn't quite do the job, this is your answer. However i will warn that the instillation was a pain in the ass. Never mind the quick 30min the product description says, try to give yourself about 1-2hr of cussing and head scratching before you figure this thing out. The instructions are there but its finding the cables is what got me. The instructions point you in the general direction but you really have to look close at two big strands of cables to find the one on the bottom left strand just out eye sight. Besides just finding cables, the rest was pretty simple and clear and the box mounted nicely under my fuel tank. Its well worth it if you want your bike to be silky smooth from start to red line.
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Reviewed by:  from san diego ca. on 11/29/2013
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