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post #21 of 57 Old 05-23-2011, 03:23 PM Thread Starter
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Ι haven't seen an IM for the PC-V so far,so I don't know... Another Greek guy here is using the old IM from the PC-III with the PC-V,but I don't know how he does that...

If I had an IM in my hands I could probably check it out,my guess is it will be adapted but I can't tell you for sure...


Today I didn't have the chance to mess a lot with the PC-V on the 1st GEN,I only welded a titanium 02 bung on the Hamaguchi midpipe...

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I am sure he will sort it out
But the new IM should fit right in the pcv ?
Edit: Do they use the white connectors now?
Sadly, no info about the new IM at PC homepage


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Ι haven't seen an IM for the PC-V so far,so I don't know... Another Greek guy here is using the old IM from the PC-III with the PC-V,but I don't know how he does that...

If I had an IM in my hands I could probably check it out,my guess is it will be adapted but I can't tell you for sure...


Today I didn't have the chance to mess a lot with the PC-V on the 1st GEN,I only welded a titanium 02 bung on the Hamaguchi midpipe...

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Balogiannis you're our PCV guru you threw the first stone so you've to keep going now If you can get the IM info as well that'd be superb
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Sadly, no info about the new IM at PC homepage


Balongianis you're our PCV guru you threw the first stone so you've to keep going now If you can get the IM info as well that'd be superb


I fired up the bike today,everything seems to be working fine! I also installed the autotune,but since I'm new to kawi electrics and didn't have any manual with me,I powered it from the brown/white wire behind the fuse box,I believe it's the ignition switch wire,which means it gets power after I turn the ignition switch on... It seemed a good place to get the 3 Amps required to heat the sensor,it took the autotune about 45 seconds to heat the sensor to a point you can't touch it...

I've seen many autotunes not working properly because the +12 V line couldn't provide enough current,so If anyone has a better idea where to connect the +12 V from the autotune lets hear it!

Tomorrow I will install the autotune on-off switch,and take some quality pictures... I wish autotune had an analog output so I could see the AFR live on the MXL dash...

I guess the dynojet lcd screen is the only option...
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Just to avoid overloading any circuit you can always install a small relay and drive it with any ignition key dependent power line. The brown/white lead is OK to be used.
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Perfect! Im glad to see another conversion gone right :D

You can always use a small netbook PC on the gas tank to monitor while riding.. this is however slightly dangerous so make sure and use a backroad on a non busy traffic day to monitor while riding..

Not to steal thunder from this thread either but in my thread there is tons of info that may be useful to anyone doing this on a 1st gen as well.

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Don't worry I'm here to share the info! So basically all GENs can run on a PC-V,no need for a PC-III except for those who need tune the ignition...
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Don't worry I'm here to share the info! So basically all GENs can run on a PC-V,no need for a PC-III except for those who need tune the ignition...
I can send you a pc3 IM to test if you want.
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man can you go threw the steps on how to do this can i just buy the PC-V and wire it up or should i buy both of them?
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post #29 of 57 Old 05-26-2011, 08:14 AM
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ok so im rtying to do this do i just buy a PC-V and the re wire it or do i need to have bothe the pcv and pcIII let me know really wanna do.

Good work by the way!
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I can send you a pc3 IM to test if you want.
That sounds good!
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