You're in the right section. Read, read, then read some more. You'll find a wide verity of opinions, and some very useful information. In a nut shell, it's like this.is there information where i can read about what EFI's do and differences between different kinds? is there a big difference between one that cost $300 and once thats $900? I'm not sure what else i should ask or know about them.
Welcome, in what part of Massachusetts are you?Here is another question a little off topic. I heard that Harley can hook the bike up to a computer and do something to the engine that makes the engine a screaming eagle and it cost $1000. Do you know anything about that?
Damn sorry to hear about the bike, Keep an eye on this section for New England area get together of Vrods.I'm in Peabody. we should go riding some time but my bike is at HD of Boston for the winter. I dumped it and there fixing it and i might as well let them hang onto it til February or March.
Left turners have nearly killed me twice in my 30+ years of riding, what I mean by that is an accident/collision occurred that I survived. God knows how many near misses. I hope you did not get hurt too bad, bikes are repairable! :angelwin:TaxmanHog - Some idot in a car was turning left and as I went around them they shot out straight and to avoid them and a parked car I went down. I still can't beleive it happend. I'll definetly head up to NE Dragway. So i take it your V-Rod is for racing.
If your bike runs well with a PC-III there is no point in changing it. But, if you're out shopping for a tuner there is no reason to consider the PC-III. The PC-V does everything the III does, costs the same, is smaller and upgradeable to autotune.So it's outdated because it won't auto tune? That sounds fair, but I'm not sure it's worth the cost of a new unit, O2 sensors, and having the exhaust modified just to get that feature. Maybe if you're planning on doing a bunch of mods down the road or running some kind of major power adder, but I can't see spending the time and money to 'fix' something that's not broken.