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post #1 of 8 Old 05-13-2007, 04:44 AM Thread Starter
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Just Bought Dynojet PowerCommander PCIII

Just purchased a power commander and I do not yet have my aftermarket Air Filter ( going to use BMC, but not sure if I should get street or race type, any thoughts) or my slip-ons. Not going to get full. My question, should I wait to get these other mods or should I load the map for stock bike from dynojet. Thanks and Peace

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post #2 of 8 Old 05-13-2007, 07:18 AM
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load any map you want air filter won't make much of a diffrence at all

and if you read the maps most of them say "with stock or aftermarket air filter"

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Yes dowmload a map. It only takes two seconds to change it anyway, you will notice a difference on the way your bike runs.

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Thanks for the feedback. Just so you guys have the information correct, I do not have any mods as of yet, just the power commander. I see on the map download a map for stock setup. Will this help my bike any, or should I wait to map after I buy exhaust and air filter. Again, thanks. Peace

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the stock map will help (not the zero map) and it doesn't take but 5 seconds to change maps so go for it

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stock or aftermarket air filter won't matter because the air flow sensors on your bike take care of that already, but uploading the stock map (not zero map) will make it better for the meantime until you get your cans...
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I got my PC3 last week. Installed it along with a 1/5th turn.
With some luck, going to the dyno this Thursday for mappiing.

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Thanks for the info, will upload the map as soon as I can. Like you all said, worser case, I can just remove. I ahve had my 10 for about 10 months and I have been itching to start some mods. Was always content with stock power though. Now, getting familiar wuth it and I WANT MORE!!. Thanks and peace.

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