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Old 07-17-2011, 10:32 PM   #1
Chuckster
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PCIII dead

I was wondering how concerned I should be about running my bike without a PC. My bike has Leovince slipons, K&N filter, graves velocity stacks and removed the AIS. I swapped the stock plugs for iridium plugs Friday, that's when I noticed the dead PC. The bike seems to run fine but it does heat up faster and runs a little hotter than previously. Not sure if this is due to the new plugs or to running lean without the PC. My question is, should I be concerened about engine damage due to running without a PC?
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