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I installed my pc3 today and now my fi light is on I cant get my bike over 7000 rpms I have the ivans tre a slip on and a k&n filter does anybody know what is wrong
 

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Double-check your instructions and your connections. Usual things that cause this are plugging the large PCIII connector into the wrong harness connector and/or wiring the TRE incorrectly. Either will throw an FI light.
 

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The tre was installed about 2 weeks ago and no fi light the fi light only came on with the insall of the pc3 I disconnected the pc3 and my fi light is still on what do I have to do to get it off
 

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Sim probs

Dude I had similar problems to this when I installed my TRE. I found out I had pluged the TRE into the wrong side of the connector. As above check the plugs and connectors. Just make sure they are plugged in on the correct side of the male / female plug. I know it's a bitch having to take the tank off but it is worth it when you get it sorted!
 

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Yeah. My mate and i could not understand thhe prob. We thought it was a dodge unit. Once it was in thhe right plugs it went off.

If i remember rightly the two connectors were on the seat side of the duel rail!
 

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the tre has been installed for about 2 weeks befor the fi light came on I think I have it hooked up right the fi didnt come on until i installed pc3
 

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Did you connect all the connectors back up after the PCIII instal. Check the airbox temp sensor. That will throw a FI light. IF Everything is hooked up. pull the code out of the ECU.
 

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Thanks guys I moved the sensor back to stock(step5 tre install) all is good light went off runs fine map seems a little soft though.
 

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Birdman said:
Get it mapped on a dyno. You'll be glad you did.
It is 150 miles to my nearest tunner but about 50 miles away there is a little shop with a dyno and only charges $45 an hour for all the runs I need Ill probally download as many maps as I can on my laptop them find the one that works best. as far as gettin it tuned 150 miles away that would be dallas and Im sure the elevation is close but the humidity is diff I live in Ar and am surrounded buy rice fields,lakes and swamps from nearby LA.
 

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It is 150 miles to my nearest tunner but about 50 miles away there is a little shop with a dyno and only charges $45 an hour for all the runs I need Ill probally download as many maps as I can on my laptop them find the one that works best. as far as gettin it tuned 150 miles away that would be dallas and Im sure the elevation is close but the humidity is diff I live in Ar and am surrounded buy rice fields,lakes and swamps from nearby LA.
I would just have it tuned. Every bike is different and bunch of maps may only be a good start.
 

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It'll also only show you what it's doing at 100% throttle, and how often are you at that? Hardly ever. The bike will adjust itself enough for the humidity etc, (bikes mapped on sunny days don't turn to shit when it rains do they.) It'll be worth the time, money and effort. Trust me.
 
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