It doesn't defeat the factory accleration enrichment. If your computer goes, you don't need to repurchase. Of course unlike the RT, if you don't like it, you could just sell it.mjw930 said:I wonder if, because the PCIII takes over the pulses to the injectors, it's defeating the factory accleration enrichment? If that's the case then there is yet another reason to not use the PCIII in place of the RT.
I have yet to receive a definitive answer to the way the PCIII modifies the injector pulse. If they simply add or subtract a few ms from the pulse width supplied by the computer then it probably doesn't defeat the accelerator enrichment. If they take over the signal all together then yes, they will defeat the acceleration enrichment. If they WERE NOT defeating the acceleration enrichment then why do they now advertise acceleration enrichment capabilities???????air1kdf said:It doesn't defeat the factory acceleration enrichment. If your computer goes, you don't need to repurchase. Of course unlike the RT, if you don't like it, you could just sell it.
I HATE the way the RT locks the license to a bike. They're worse than Microsoft. I just can't support a company that operates like that.
Also note that the PC3r is for the V-Rod not the PC3 USB.
Leon,Leon said:In defense of software locks... Its there to prevent people from pirating copies of it to friends. Although usually only found on low volume applications (like the RT), without locks, even fewer licenses would be sold (because of piracy), forcing developers to raise prices in order to pay for R&D and programmers, and still try to make a little money.
And where I come from if a product doesn't make any money it gets sh*t-canned... You wouldn't want that now would you?
My company loses a few MILLION $$$ a year to piracy... thats like someone helping themselves to my wallet when I'm not looking.
John,Ketsugo said:Not all that many, actually. V-Mods, SE air filter and a modified air box cover and lots of dyno time. Best 1/4 mile run of 11.29 @ 119. Oh, and a 28T pulley. And what are you referring to by lock? I read your post above, but I don't get it?!?
Pain in the a$$. Prove that you bought one, then voided PCM warranty because you have it. No thanks.Ketsugo said:I have absolutely no problem with the RT being VIN or PCM specific. I'm also quite sure if you contacted HD if your PCM died they would replace your RT as for no charge.