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post #1 of 41 Old 06-12-2010, 10:26 PM Thread Starter
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I have an 08 and I'm going to get a controller first.I don't plan on any engine mods only slip on or maybe full exhaust and air filter /lid .
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I personally would get the PCIII with Bo's maps. This way, when you do more upgrades, it will be easy to update it.

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X2 for the PC3 or PC5. Very easy to install, adjust, and allows for future mods. The other ones out there are not nearly as good and you're limited for adjustments down the roads.

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I am leaning towards pc3, been hearing about the EHS controller is it like the Dobechs or the pc3? and on the pc3 do you have to hook it to computer to set it or can you just use the buttons on the unit to do it all? thanx.
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The E.H.S is like the Dobeck and you're limited in the long run. The PC3 will need a map loaded. You can either do it yourself by hooking it up to a laptop or desktop if you'd like since it's a USB connection. Or you buy one from certain vendors that will load one for you depending on your mods. It's really simple to change a map so don't think it's complicated or anything. Only takes about 15 seconds to load a map. The PC5, once it has a base map, can change automatically depending on conditions since it has a sensor that comes with the Auto Tune kit. If you go with a full exhaust, you can get one with a bung welded in so it has a provision for the sensor. It's a little more expensive but IMO totally worth it.

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Look with the mods your talking EHS is fine. I personally went with the PCIII because I am going to crack the seal on the engine this winter. But if all your going to do is exhuast and filter mods EHS is a good one from what i hear. Also Dobec will be fine.
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For PCIII maps, they do have some on their web site but I would ask Bo or Scuzz for the maps since they were created for our bike and they are great!

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Ive only tuned Dobecks and PCs so thats all I can give an honest opinion on.

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who has the best price on a pc3 or pc5?

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You can buy it here; http://fuelmotousa.com/power_commander.htm

for $259 or you can do a search in this forum and there's allot of info concerning this item.

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