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anyone running one of these w their pcv? thoughts?
 

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Yeah I'm running the lcd200, love it. My only gripe is it could be a little brighter in the sun but if you change the screen colour to the yellow background it seems to work best in full sun...
 

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What is a lcd200 guys?
 

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It is a small screen , that when you are running the auto tune you are able to monitor you AFR's in real time at a glance , while riding your pride and joy .thumb up
 

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OK thanks Mags- will look into them here.

I was talking to a guy about a month ago who had dialled his phone into his PowerComander on his Buell via an app. Forgot all about it until now. Does anyone have this?
 

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Thanks lunatic...can you make in field adjustments with it for smoothing? I was researching the data logging...do you get a pretty good readout of rpms and such to make afr changes later? Im wondering if i could get rid of the stock speedo for this?
 

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I have been looking into this a little as well but thinking I would run a A/F gauge rather than the LCD screen. I assume you have WideBand 2 Commander hooked to your PCV? If so, the Wideband 2 also serves as an autotune so you should be able to datalog in that?

The regular autotune kit will not drive a gauge, you must have a wideband 2 commander to serve that purpose.
 

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It says on the site wb/2 or at will work with the gauge. I have the auto tune and cant see why you would need a wb/2 when it only has one sensor?
 

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The lcd200 works the same for the AT or the WB2, so no you do not need the WB2. I haven't had a chance to data log yet since I'm having issues with the 1 gb memory card. I have messed around with the infield adjustments as well and you can notice the instant changes on the gauge as you ride. I really need to get out more as I picked up the unit late last season and haven't got out much this year so far...
 

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Ok, thanks for clarifying the LCD will work with autotune. I want the capability of running a gauge so I will go with the WB2. I wasnt sure about being able to see the LCD and mounting but it looks good on your photo.

Are you not able to monitor the A/F from one pipe bung and map both cyclinders with the same map? I figured this would get me very close then i could switch bungs and fine tune the other cylinder if neccesary. I didn't want to tack on another $100 for the additional sensor.
 

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You can do it that way (switching cylinders) but to me that involves work, lol. With the AT you can read and compare all at once, I figured it cuts down on the mental notes you need to make between switching the lambda sensor over. I will try to get a video of the unit in action. Another thing I wish it did was when making infield adjustments you could split the cylinders up but it makes the adjustment to both (as far as I know, maybe I just haven't noticed where to separate them)...
 

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Are you tuning for each gear with the same map? I didnt know if you see much difference in the gear maps. I thought I could lean out 5th at cruising rpm and tps
 

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Yeah, no plans to tune per gear. I figure if your tuning a race bike then mapping each gear may be beneficial but for the street a map for each cylinder will suffice...
 

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That would be great being able to do each cylinder w an infield adjustment. But with logging its feasible to go back in and adjust the af for that cylinder.
 
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