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Has anyone put the new Power Commander V on the Cross Country? Is it worth the money for the power gain. I have 2013.
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Are you talking about the Ignition control option?

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I have a Power Commander V dyno-tuned on my Shadow and the difference was so impressive that I am considering getting that done on my Vic after a few performance upgrades..

It doesn't really give your bike more power, it just - when properly tuned - seems to fuel the bike so efficiently that throttle response is incredibly accurate and very linear..

As much as that costs (dyno-tuning a PCV) it's almost better to wait until you have modded with all the performance upgrades you are likely to splurge on before getting that done..
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Has anyone put the new Power Commander V on the Cross Country? Is it worth the money for the power gain. I have 2013.

you wont see huge gains on a stock bike with it, but like said it will run better, but use it with other mods and you will be happy!

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yes I'm talking about the fuel and ignition control. I already have the RPW pipes and High flow filter.
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then yes, if your mods are done, pcv and dyno

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I seen that as well on the dynojet website. New? Don't think so, mind you I briefly seen it there a couple weeks back. Ignition timing on individual cylinders is new and thought that sounded good. I'll have to go back to the website and check out what exactly is so "new"...

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Has anyone put the new Power Commander V on the Cross Country? Is it worth the money for the power gain. I have 2013.
This is where the power comes from... The PC-V simply allows accurate tuning.

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yes I'm talking about the fuel and ignition control. I already have the RPW pipes and High flow filter.
You're running a high flow filter and slip ons without fuel management? YES! GET A TUNER! Your AFR must be way off.

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yes I'm talking about the fuel and ignition control. I already have the RPW pipes and High flow filter.

which rpw pipes?

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