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QUOTE (Remington0404 @ Mar 23 2009, 05:34 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=16573
i just bought the pc 5,(just came out and they dont have crap for maps) dasa 13 inch, fuelatv intake, and have 13.1 piston with kx cams runnin 110 octane... anyone have any maps or suggestions?
Ya the whole reason for the pc5 is the AUTO TUNE controll......Get that then you don't need maps!
 

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If you previously had a map for the PCIII, my understanding is that Dyno Jet can transfer it their system to work with a PC5. I would give them a call.

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QUOTE (kfx450ripper @ Mar 24 2009, 07:37 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=16603
does any one understand how the o2 sensor works or were you mount it seems like it should go in the exhaust somewere
if someone knows could you shine some light on this?

I an getting ready to install the PC W/ autotune on my 09 700r, The instructions tell you exactly how to place the O2 sensor.
 

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I just installed the PC5 w/auto tune on my 08 700r. It is really simple, dont let all of the wiring scare you. You dont use half of it. I am thinking about doing one on my KFX because it can tune for boost.
 

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Hi people!! im from Buenos Aires, Argentina. I have a KFX450R 2008, and i want to know if it is possible to install the PC5, because i sent a email to the page of power commander, and they said that PC5 only fit in 2009 models.

Can anyone help me?? please
 

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QUOTE (chuampis @ Apr 28 2009, 07:23 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=16976
Hi people!! im from Buenos Aires, Argentina. I have a KFX450R 2008, and i want to know if it is possible to install the PC5, because i sent a email to the page of power commander, and they said that PC5 only fit in 2009 models.

Can anyone help me?? please
I don't think that is true, you should be perfectly fine with a pciii.. there were no changes to the ecu or fi that i'm aware of.
 

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Has anyone heard about the ignition module for the pcV and if it works? You would be able to adjust your timing all the way through , sounds good to me they said about 10% gain seems high but who am I to say .
 
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