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post #1 of 9 Old 05-31-2007, 06:15 AM Thread Starter
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Pc3 Lcd!

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PC3 LCD? ADD-ON
http://www.powercommander.com/powerc...ander_LCD.aspx
what do you guys think of this?

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I seriuously think its a waste of money, unless your a hardcore racer otherwise I would spend my money on something else.

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yea thats what i thought. i got a laptop. thats better than some lcd

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post #4 of 9 Old 05-31-2007, 08:43 AM
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yea thats what i thought. i got a laptop. thats better than some lcd
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The LCD would be much handier for loading maps at track than a laptop. You can store numerous maps with a memory card. Plus it does some basic data logging. Pretty neat piece..
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I agree!!! Waste of money, you'll be better of with a labtop. But if you're a every weekend track rider making some money from racing than maybe.

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The LCD would be much handier for loading maps at track than a laptop. You can store numerous maps with a memory card. Plus it does some basic data logging. Pretty neat piece..

I agree, its worth 240$ just to be able to switch maps whenever, that feature on the new gixxer is getting rave reviews, although, I don't thing you can do it mid ride with the LCD display, if you are running the quickshifter, ignition module etc, the lcd interfaces with that as well, think , gear position, etc.


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yea thats what i thought. i got a laptop. thats better than some lcd
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word up to that ish
Yup that's what I do it takes me a whole 2 seconds to change maps.

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I have it and it is great for my needs

I have Datalogging. Air/Fuel, RPM, TP, Speed, Duty, Gear.

I have improved over my base map by importing the results into exel and modifying the map for real world conditions.

You can store multiple maps and switch between two.

Also serves as a gear indicator.

( You will need to buy a techmount for it, so add $70
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