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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-01-2017, 07:42 AM Thread Starter
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Default Looking for Possible offers for a PCV, Dual Autotune, ATS Wheel

Hey folks, looking at getting the ECU tuner for my bike. If so, I have a PCV, Dual cylinder autotune, S&S intake and Lloydz timing wheel I would be getting rid of.

Looking at offers around the 450 or so mark for all pieces. Works only with the 106 engines. Total package [email protected] ran 160, PCV ran 300, Autotune runs 350, timing wheel ran 130 without gasket.

About a grand in parts here and won't need a dyno tune if you don't want. I used this setup and anyone who knows my bike will tell you it a screamer. And gets great MPG as well. If I could keep the autotune and use it I would. Great tool.

If not, I'll sell them on EBAY or local craigslist if I decide to go this route in the next few weeks.

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Just curious, but why are you getting rid of the S&S intake?

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ya just can't leave well enough alone, can ya?

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Just curious, but why are you getting rid of the S&S intake?

Because I have torque tubes

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ya just can't leave well enough alone, can ya?

lol I was a proponent of this when people were giving me sh!t over it at the other joint.

Always on the quest for more! Bike is crazy fast as it is...BUT I want to control the shift rpm in 5th and 5 and 6th too!

I had no clue this would post anywhere except the classified section lol.

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Hey folks, looking at getting the ECU tuner for my bike. If so, I have a PCV, Dual cylinder autotune, S&S intake and Lloydz timing wheel I would be getting rid of.

Looking at offers around the 450 or so mark for all pieces. Works only with the 106 engines. Total package [email protected] ran 160, PCV ran 300, Autotune runs 350, timing wheel ran 130 without gasket.

About a grand in parts here and won't need a dyno tune if you don't want. I used this setup and anyone who knows my bike will tell you it a screamer. And gets great MPG as well. If I could keep the autotune and use it I would. Great tool.

If not, I'll sell them on EBAY or local craigslist if I decide to go this route in the next few weeks.
Would you be willing to seperate any items or only sell as a set? I'm interested in the pcv and possibly autotune price depending.
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