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Old 11-28-2019, 06:33 AM   #1
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PCIIIusb installation on 07

Just installed a power Commander on my 07 streetrod. Just for fun, I have a Corbin seat. The damn seat is perfectly modeled to the ECU and gas tank. What a struggle, it took me 4 hours to install LED resistors (stop posting a check light) and the PC3!

Huge PITA! There is a cavity under the passenger seat, above the inner fender. It has some weather protection but it’s not 100% water proof. I mounted the keyless blinker thingy under there and the PC3 panel. No wet rides for me.

My fuse panel isn’t under the passenger seat as I’ve seen in some pics. I almost put the stock seat back on.
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Old 12-03-2019, 10:57 AM   #2
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I was able to find the DynoJet PCIII install instructions for a VRSCR and it looks like I did it the recommended way. I did relocate the Security/Blinker device into the inner fender and the PCIII controller. Because of the Corbin Seat I could not get the PCIII cable connector routed around the Security/Blinker device. Now I need to find some industrial grade velcro and I. should be good to go.

Still having issues finding the ultimate tune. I may have to hire someone to give me a tune in the spring. Again, not looking for 10+ hours power, just good drivability. I'm interested in enabling the Fuel Accelerator but the idea of having even worse gas mileage is scary.
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Old 12-03-2019, 08:44 PM   #3
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There is a section here for tune programs for various set ups. I can't imagine that you have a configuration that hasn't been done before, have a look when you get a chance
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Old 12-04-2019, 07:50 AM   #4
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Just found a tune from a vrscaw with the 2:1 pipe. Going to look at it. Can’t wait till the spring to try them out.
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Old 12-06-2019, 12:30 AM   #5
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I was able to find the DynoJet PCIII install instructions for a VRSCR and it looks like I did it the recommended way. I did relocate the Security/Blinker device into the inner fender and the PCIII controller. Because of the Corbin Seat I could not get the PCIII cable connector routed around the Security/Blinker device. Now I need to find some industrial grade velcro and I. should be good to go.

Still having issues finding the ultimate tune. I may have to hire someone to give me a tune in the spring. Again, not looking for 10+ hours power, just good drivability. I'm interested in enabling the Fuel Accelerator but the idea of having even worse gas mileage is scary.
I have a wonderful program (usbIII) that I have used on a number of vrods. It handles the low start, the 3500-4000 lag and is super smooth but still the 100ph in second, wonderful top end. This is not crazy and takes into concern the difference between the two cylinders. I have had dyno tunes and they are terrible to ride,, only good for racing. I will give you this program for nothing since I have sold my last vrod that it was in. I still have all the programs in my laptop. Let me know I will give you a disk with the program. jim
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that would be great, no need to send me a disk, the map files are small enough to attach to an email. I'll PM you my contact details.
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