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I was researching the Cobra Fi2000 PP vs Power Comander V and then found this thread:

http://www.victoryforums.com/showthread.php?t=12781&highlight=Power+pro&page=98

After reading almost the whole thread and ending with a headache....

In summary, the PC-V is the way to go with the XC?

Dynojet sells the PCV for $369.95 + the Ignition Module Included for Above 2500rpm. What is this? is really needed?

Fuelmoto sells the PCV for $299.00 with free pre-programmed EFI map, two year warranty and unlimited support. I have work with them in my previous bikes and never an issue.

After reading the thread mentioned above seems like the way to go is the PC-V, I have use it before and I like it but I am confused about the ignition module for above 2500RPM's. :confused::confused:
 

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seems to be cheaper from some companies in Amazon.com
 

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yes much cheaper everywhere else. the pcv can adjust timing above 2500 only, this is where the timing wheel comes in, it adjusts timing from idle and up. and anywhere you buy the pcv sends generic(junk) maps with them. the are just to get you running.


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On amazon they're selling for $285 w/ free shipping: [ame]http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0067ER4WU[/ame]

Auto tune is $334 O_O: [ame]http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0041QX28G[/ame]

All of these mods sure do add up fast...

ATS (Lloydz adjustable timing wheel) is $142

285
+334
+142
= $761

That's not including exhaust or intake. Sheesh.
 

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Check out motomummy.com. They are by far the least expensive that I have found. Also, with the PCV you do not need the additional ignition system as you bike cannot handle more advance than the regular PCV provides.

$265 from link below.

https://www.motomummy.com/dynojet-powercommanders/dynojet-powercommander-v-cruisers/

If you do go with the motomummy, make sure you select the cross country not Vic 106 as the regular 106 is the steel frame bike setup.

The Lloydz timing system works from idle on up while the PCV only works from from 2500 rpm and up. For example if you have the Lloydz set at 4* advance and the PCV set to add 2* then you will have 6* past 2500. This can come in really handy if you have good tuner that will know when to add and retard timing on the PCV at certain rpms and throttle %.
 
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