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Picked one up on a whim, although I don't have a tuner on my bike. If i put a PCV on my Jackpot, will it actually save me from Dyno tuning, as they claim?
 

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The AT200 and AT300 are basically the same; the AT200 has a single O2 sensor and the AT300 has dual O2 sensors. They both require a connection to a PCV.

Auto Tune Kit, Autotune, Power Commander AutoTune

"Part #: AT-200
This version is a "universal fit", single O2 sensor kit. It can be used on any vehicle that has a PCV installed on it. It comes with a single O2 sensor, "cut to length" sensor cable, control module, O2 sensor, one weld boss kit, a CAN connection cable, and CAN termination plug. It requires a ground and +12 volt connection to be made using the supplied wiring hardware. .

Part #: AT-300
This Auto-tune Universal kit is designed for twin cylinder motorcycles/ATVs that use the Power Commander V allowing control of two cylinders separately and simultaneously. The kit includes two O2 sensors, a control module with 2 sensor inputs, a CAN connection cable, CAN termination plug, two custom length sensor cables, and two weld boss kits. It also requires a ground and +12 volt connection to be made using the supplied wiring hardware."

I used an AT300 for a bit and seemed to do a good job, but then I got it dynoed and I sold the AutoTune.
 

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Does the bike run as well as it would with a dyno tune? No, but I was never all that great a racer to begin with.
What does racing have to do with a properly tuned motorcycle?
 
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