Originally Posted by worm5932
The wife and I went on a little ride and visited Integ Motorsports in peopia illinois.the people there were super nice and seemed to have a good idea about victory performance. I talked to them about my plans to install a PCV and auto tune. They said they use the auto tune as a tool, they install it on the bike and ride it on a route that gives the tech all conditions, cruising, highway, etc, and they then plug it in and build a map based on what the auto tune found. Load it in the PCV and there you go. They said they've tone lots of them with great results, there was a guy there who had it done on his cross roads and said it performed great. Has anyone heard of doing this?? I like the idea, auto tune is 400 bucks and they charge 250 to install and tune the PCV. He did say if you plan to get out to different altitudes the auto tune would be better, but if you don't venture too far from home it is a good option.
Talk to fuelmotousa.com and get the PCV w/AT for $600. I've heard of some places being cheaper but have not done the research to find them.
No way can the bike be tuned in one ride with the AT. It takes months of accepting the trims to dial it in because it's best to run a couple of tank full's through it before accepting the trims.
Even with the PCV; the ECM is still making changes based on altitude and air changes so there's no worry on running the PCV without an AT up and down in altitudes.
Install it yourself and save a bunch of money.