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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-09-2013, 06:32 PM Thread Starter
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I have a 2008 hammer.
I thought they made a PC5 but some sites say it's a PC3?
I looked on dynojet's site and it shows none for 2008???
So do they make a PC5 for 2008 or is it the PC3?
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I have a 2008 hammer.
I thought they made a PC5 but some sites say it's a PC3?
I looked on dynojet's site and it shows none for 2008???
So do they make a PC5 for 2008 or is it the PC3?
Thanks in advance.
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PCIII is for open loop - pre-2008 model Vics.
PCV is for closed loop - 2008 and newer Vics.

That's what I thought but there's some mixed info out there.
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Buy the one for the 2009 and up. For whatever reason, Dynojet never tested the '08 Victory models, so they never included them in their compatibility list. However, there is no difference between the ECMs on the '08 and newer bikes.... so, the PC-V and Autotune work just fine on that year as well.

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With out cams your not going to see that much benefit putting in a PC

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With out cams your not going to see that much benefit putting in a PC

All part of the plan! Just trying to get everything a little at a time.
Torque tubes are first on the list.
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Buy the one for the 2009 and up. For whatever reason, Dynojet never tested the '08 Victory models, so they never included them in their compatibility list. However, there is no difference between the ECMs on the '08 and newer bikes.... so, the PC-V and Autotune work just fine on that year as well.
Ok, now this makes sence. Because technically there isint a PC
For 2008.

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