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post #1 of 12 Old 02-05-2015, 05:36 AM Thread Starter
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Hello family. Quick question. I was looking to put a power commander on my 2006 zx10. What to you think I should go with. Thanks.
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There aren't really any options here. If you want a Power Commander, then you buy a Power Commander. Not sure what the question is really.

If buying new, only the PC5 is available anymore. If buying used, the PCIII does the same thing as the PC5 as far as tuning goes.

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If buying new, only the PC5 is available anymore. If buying used, the PCIII does the same thing as the PC5 as far as tuning goes.
Except the PCV will allow the use of an AutoTune
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Except the PCV will allow the use of an AutoTune
Auto Tune is a great asset if you don't have access to a dyno
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It's a great asset even with a Dyno. I have both and get faster results with the AutoTune in real world conditions out on the track than I do on the dyno.

I have also done back to back mappings on both to compare accuracy and the end results were basically identical maps.

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It's a great asset even with a Dyno. I have both and get faster results with the AutoTune in real world conditions out on the track than I do on the dyno.

I have also done back to back mappings on both to compare accuracy and the end results were basically identical maps.

http://www.rogueracing.org/pcv.htm
Wow! I had no idea the auto-tune vs. a dyno-tune is damn near the same. Thats some nice info to know right there.
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Except the PCV will allow the use of an AutoTune
Agree. But the auto tune is an accessory. Out of the box, neither the PCIII or PC5 does anything differently as far as tuning goes. The difference is the add-on capability of the PC5.

At this point, only the PC5 is available new anyways.

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At this point, only the PC5 is available new anyways.
I got 1 or 2 laying around

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^^^ Yeah, I'd say so too!

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