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Any one out there have a PCV and auto tuners? Looking for info Thinking about auto tuner vs dyno tune. close to same price but endless tuning with auto tuner option.
 

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I actually have one I've yet to install. That's how I know Kurbs can help because he helped me with the decision to buy it. I bought my PCV and AT used at a good price thanks to him. Currently I'm running a canned map but it's for my exact mods so I haven't messed with the AT yet, but I do plan to eventually.
 

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I was thinking if we can tune then remove AT and just use saved map that would be great. Lloyds set my pcv up with there base map but said I should get dyno tuned. Honestly I've never used a tuner on any of my bikes with mods in the past and run fine and with Vic having o2 sensors to monitor egt not sure why it's needed.
 

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Yeah its a great setup. What I like is I can make map for various things. Like when I took off to the Smokys this summer to meet with the boys, I sent a more lean map to get 48 mpg. When I got back, I changed it to the performance map that gets me about 42 MPG but screams like hell.

And I can change the map with my cell phone, no need to have a laptop. Once the maps are set you can pull it off, don't need it anymore unless you plan more mods.

I still may sell min in Spring but not pulling it off right now in 16 degree weather.
 

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Well keep me in mind. Shoot I would even rent it for few weeks and build few maps haha. I'm running a vision with lloyds ptc cams, filters, timing wheel, and exhaust with 12" baffles and no cats!
Has anyone ever dyno tuned after mods and no tuner just to see how they run with stock 02 sensors doing there thing?
 

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Yeah its a great setup. What I like is I can make map for various things. Like when I took off to the Smokys this summer to meet with the boys, I sent a more lean map to get 48 mpg. When I got back, I changed it to the performance map that gets me about 42 MPG but screams like hell.

And I can change the map with my cell phone, no need to have a laptop. Once the maps are set you can pull it off, don't need it anymore unless you plan more mods.

I still may sell min in Spring but not pulling it off right now in 16 degree weather.
How do you change it with your phone? I didn't know that was possible but it seems really useful.
 

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How do you change it with your phone? I didn't know that was possible but it seems really useful.
They have an app for Android called C3 Mobile. It's free. Uses a regular cable, or just get one from them or Moto Mummy,ebay. Cant remember off hand but its a double male cable I think. Its limited but you can swap maps, make some changes, etc.
 

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Well keep me in mind. Shoot I would even rent it for few weeks and build few maps haha. I'm running a vision with lloyds ptc cams, filters, timing wheel, and exhaust with 12" baffles and no cats!
Has anyone ever dyno tuned after mods and no tuner just to see how they run with stock 02 sensors doing there thing?
Depending on the mods, bike will run like crap with no tuner. Open pipes, airbox change, cams all affect that. Be a huge waste of money.

Without a controller in there you'll be running pig rich or lean and lucky if it will stay idle much less giving it throttle.
 

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I picked up a good used auto tuner off eBay from a HD simple install but I need to learn the software side of this stuff. All setup tho and ready to ride this beautiful beast
 
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