Factory Pro Fixed Ignition Advancer

Factory Pro Fixed Ignition Advancer
Factory Pro Fixed Ignition Advancer

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  • 3 Reviews
  • 4 Questions
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Description Item #FPR0002

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  • Quick performance increase.
  • Boost top-end and mid-range power.
  • Sharpen low-end throttle response.
  • Easy installation, bolts on in minutes.
  • Used by many AMA/WERA race Teams.
  • RH engine cover gasket is NOT supplied - so get a spare before you remove RH engine cover!

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3 Reviews
3.3 out of 5 stars
5 Star   1 4 Star   1 3 Star   0 2 Star   0 1 Star   1
Zerbe650
Top 1000 Contributor
Misawa, Japan
Durability   Ease of Installation   Performance   Power   Style  
Re-review for SV 650

Per my first review, this unit will NOT give you increased power with the Power Commander. This applies to the SV 650 and was stated on the PC3, although it will function. For the SV, the increase in bottom end and midrange torque is amazing. Don't expect much top end gain though, it just won't happen. In my previous review I indicated the advancer had sheared on startup... I now have nearly twenty thousand miles on the replacement advancer and it hasn't let me down.

angy102
Central MN
Durability   Ease of Installation   Performance   Power   Style  
Quicker throttle response!

Its easy to install and yes it works fine with my power commander. I noticed a much quicker throttle response and took all of about 5 mins to install

Zerbe650
Top 1000 Contributor
Misawa, Japan
Durability   Ease of Installation   Performance   Power   Style  
What a joke!

I bought this upgrade for my 2007 SV650 hoping for an easy HP and Torque increase. However, upon installing the "ignition advancer" and starting my bike I heard a very unsettling sound from the engine. After shutting off my bike and removing the ignition cover to investigate, I found the woodruff key had sheared, thus allowing my flywheel to rotate out of control. This said ignition advancer is quite simply a woodruff key with an offset in it. If you really want performance gains save your time and money for a Power Commander or Bizzaz.. The Power Commander won't work with the advancer anyways so you'll just be wasting your money. I'm not sure on Bizzaz but I wouldn't risk it. I'll be heading to the local machine shop to see if they can fabricate another key for me so I can try again... By the way, this woodruff key is the same on all 99-09 SV650's/1000's, TL1000S's/R's, Haybusa's, and V-Strom's per the sticker on the package so if you want to save some $$$, the offset is .031 inches from a .157inch width. I measured it with a caliper at work just out of curiosity... Per metric units it is actually 3.98mm with a .94mm offset. Good luck in the search for power!!!!!!!!!!!!!! \m/ *U* \m/

Factory Pro Fixed Ignition Advancer

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4 Questions
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Perreault
Location: Livonia, Mi
Q: More information?
Over 6 years ago
Can we have more information on this product? How much power increase? Does it affect gear indicator? Can it be used with other products or not used? Thanks!
patrick77
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: What bike do you have? What other products? You may just want to jump over to http://www.factorypro.com/ and enter your bike to see what they have to say about their product.
derf
Q: Are u still able to run 91 octane?
Over 6 years ago
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 6 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: I don't believe this ignition advancer would affect the type of fuel to run.
fb33
Q: How many degrees of advance?
Over 7 years ago
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago
A: Available in several ranges of advance - +1.5 degrees to +6 degrees in select applications.
Zerbe650
Top 1000 Contributor
Over 6 years ago Location: Misawa, Japan
A: 4 degree advance from stock. OEM advance is 8 degrees BTDC.
kenturner1
Q: Does this come with directions?
Over 8 years ago
MotoMoo2
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 years ago Location: Portland
A: Yes, the instructions will be included.
Zerbe650
Top 1000 Contributor
Over 6 years ago Location: Misawa, Japan
A: The directions provided are very primitive and quite frankly, vague. You will need a repair manual for the removal procedure and torque specifications for installation. Keep in mind you will also need a strong impact wrench to remove the flywheel bolt, and the flywheel itself. Be cautious of the ignition cover sealing edges as they are extremely sharp!!! You can easily suffer deep lacerations if care isn't taken to cover the edges during removal. I suggest you wear gloves. Also, be sure to install the ldler gear rod before the ignition cover for ease of intallation. Last but not least, ensure your clutch actuator rod is in the cam assembly prior to torqueing the ignition cover bolts or you'll be removing it all over again.
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