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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 05-10-2017, 02:08 AM Thread Starter
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Powercommander V

Hi Guys,

Has anyone fitted a Powercommander to their Bobber yet?

I am waiting for the V&H pipes to come in. Once they are here, it is going in to get the pipes fitted and the Power Commander V fitted at the same time, as well as being dyno tuned. The bike already has the Meerkat cat delete fitted.
I'll probably get the Dynojet quick shifter fitted at the same time.
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Hi Guys,

Has anyone fitted a Powercommander to their Bobber yet?

I am waiting for the V&H pipes to come in. Once they are here, it is going in to get the pipes fitted and the Power Commander V fitted at the same time, as well as being dyno tuned. The bike already has the Meerkat cat delete fitted.
I'll probably get the Dynojet quick shifter fitted at the same time.
I've not gone down the PCV route for the Bobber (i am using a RapidBike module instead)
But i look forward to hearing your results & thoughts once installed and dynoed/mapped.
I think you´ll be one of the first to install a quickshifter and that should be alot of fun on the Bobber !!!
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I will be fitting PCV to mine this weekend.
Will play with fueling then.
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I will be fitting PCV to mine this weekend.
Will play with fueling then.
Nice.
Let us know how it goes and the results once mapped.
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PCV is fitted, what a pain everything is packed in tight very little room for extra stuff.

Had a little play with fueling richened it up a bit to compensate for decat/opened up cans & modified air boxes

rained a bit here so not taken it much above 110mph feels quite strong, will get dyno tune after I have got the head flowed.
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PCV is fitted, what a pain everything is packed in tight very little room for extra stuff.

Had a little play with fueling richened it up a bit to compensate for decat/opened up cans & modified air boxes

rained a bit here so not taken it much above 110mph feels quite strong, will get dyno tune after I have got the head flowed.
-Im thinking of doing this just cause I fitted the xpipe and pod filters. Seems like the stock computer may need a little help after my mods.
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I'm planning to install PCV and looked at RevZilla.com. Are PCV for T120 and Bobber the same? (21-023) I want auto tune and think AT-300 is the way to go.
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I'm planning to install PCV and looked at RevZilla.com. Are PCV for T120 and Bobber the same? (21-023) I want auto tune and think AT-300 is the way to go.
Yes just different installation instructions.
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Im getting some quotes for the PCV. They are recommending a timing module as well? Advanced and retarded timing I'm told would yield about 7-9 ponies and better fuel efficiency for lots of white knuckling.
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Im getting some quotes for the PCV. They are recommending a timing module as well? Advanced and retarded timing I'm told would yield about 7-9 ponies and better fuel efficiency for lots of white knuckling.
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PCV is all you need for fueling & timing, unless you want to fit autotune as well, rather than dyno it.
Go onto their website, someone is feeding you crap.
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