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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-11-2010, 03:11 PM Thread Starter
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I have a 2011 white CC on order. The dealer here in Phoenix will install a PC for $275 when the bike comes in. It will be dyno mapped at the dealer to match the free stage one exhaust upgrade they are adding. Sounds like a great deal, but I am wondering what it will do to fuel economy. Since I ride everyday & put on 10,000 miles a year, would like to stay in the 40mpg range.
Anybody have a PC on a CC, please let me know what to expect. The dealer says it gives "the biggest bang for the buck" when it comes to mod's.

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Have 1 on my 2010 XC. VERY little change, if any, in the MPG.

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Rocket man: What kind of mpg are you averaging?
Also, did you get a big boost in torque once the PC was installed?

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i have one on my 2010...plenty of power..typical twising rides are in the mid 40s...on a roll to flag last week ... 65-70 and some high 80s...i got in the low 50s...like in 52)...i was really suprised

had it put on after the first 500..

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i have one on my 2010...plenty of power..typical twising rides are in the mid 40s...on a roll to flag last week ... 65-70 and some high 80s...i got in the low 50s...like in 52)...i was really suprised

had it put on after the first 500..
Sounds like you got your bike at AZ Victory? That is who I am dealing with in PHX. I am impressed with that kind of mileage with a PC. Do you have stock exhaust or stage 1?

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If you for some reason feel the need to install a PC on your X bike. Spend the extra money, and install the PCV with auto tune feature. The extra money going in will offset the cost of having to dyno tune the non auto tune unit. The off the shelf maps I have seen for the X bikes are not real good
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Sounds like you got your bike at AZ Victory? That is who I am dealing with in PHX. I am impressed with that kind of mileage with a PC. Do you have stock exhaust or stage 1?

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yup...az vic down here in tucson...put their "slammers" on too...essentially gutted the stocks to make straights i think...with a bit of bp from the cats...no pops and seems just fine at 3.5km+....i am holding for now, until i see something from HK or other...

the dyno i have (from memory) is [email protected] 3.2 .....hp = 109 @ 5K

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yup...az vic down here in tucson...put their "slammers" on too...essentially gutted the stocks to make straights i think...with a bit of bp from the cats...no pops and seems just fine at 3.5km+....i am holding for now, until i see something from HK or other...

the dyno i have (from memory) is [email protected] 3.2 .....hp = 109 @ 5K
That would have to be the most optimistic dyno on the planet
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That would have to be the most optimistic dyno on the planet
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That would have to be the most optimistic dyno on the planet
well, for sure, i do not have a handle on the reality of the numbers...i am just reading from the dyno-plot...(if they did what they say they did...i was not hanging around...and if not...then consider it for your phoenix buy and dealing)

so here goes...there is a parameter called AFR (air fuel ratio??) set at 8.033.. riding just about the peak of the plot...which looks to be 3200...the graph reads 124..... it drops out to 5100...labeled as 108 with the hp also labled at 106....

all in all, i am pretty neutral about it as the bike really moves me / us along pretty good... plenty of headroom for anything i will do.

i cannot really say anything about differences before or after....and as far as general performance...i am coming from a vtx13 and in my experience, there is really no fair comparision between the bikes.
(it's for sale on craigslist..really great machine if anyone wants to help me out)

so...from a non-motorhead...this is what the chart says...

i am happy with mine, whatever it is..

and good luck to you

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