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Old 09-20-2007, 07:32 AM   #21
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except for the 03 motor and swingarm
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I am trying to find a power commander second hand. Does anyone know if the PC3 is interchangable with an sp1 and sp2? I have seen some sp2 PC3's for sale but I have an sp1...It does have a sp2 motor.

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You can run a PC3 for an SP2 on an SP1 w/o any problems. The map however, needs to be for an SP1. Map needs to match the throttlebodies/elcectronics on the bike.

Great combo if you ask me (SP2 upgrades minus the motor). SP1 motors had more midrange than the SP2s. SP2s have slightly more topend HP, but midrange is better to have than topend IMO...

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Old 09-20-2007, 11:41 AM   #25
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I am getting the exhaust in on monday. they are yosh rs3's with race baffles. Should be nice and loud. I will do the flapper mod when I install the pipes but I am going to wait on the soft limiter mod unless I can find someone to help me.

I just sprung a radiator leak so I need to handle that ASAP.
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I am getting the exhaust in on monday. they are yosh rs3's with race baffles. Should be nice and loud. I will do the flapper mod when I install the pipes but I am going to wait on the soft limiter mod unless I can find someone to help me.

I just sprung a radiator leak so I need to handle that ASAP.

I'll help you with the soft rev mod...it is super easy and frees up 5 hp.
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While your modding, it would be super easy to go ahead and pull the tank and do the PAIR mod. That way while the tank is off pluggin in the PC3 would be cake...
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While your modding, it would be super easy to go ahead and pull the tank and do the PAIR mod. That way while the tank is off pluggin in the PC3 would be cake...
I dont really understand the benifit of the pair valve mod accept to save weight... plus I dont know where to buy block off plates.
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I'll help you with the soft rev mod...it is super easy and frees up 5 hp.
I will take you up on that offer sir.
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except for the 03 motor and swingarm
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I dont really understand the benifit of the pair valve mod accept to save weight... plus I dont know where to buy block off plates.
pair removal will save around 8 or so pounds off the fat pig. Every little bit helps.
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pair removal will save around 8 or so pounds off the fat pig. Every little bit helps.
Really!! that much. Ill do it to save 8 lbs. That combined with the weightloss from the exhaust ads up.
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maybe only 6 pounds according to the other site info. but yes..combine that with your yosh s/o's and the weight starts to shed. Plus you can't custom tune a PC with the pair system in tact. It will give false a/f mixture ratios. I need to do mine still. I highly recommend the -1 front tooth. The stock gearing seems to work well for a touring bike but for performance it sucks. This site http://www.kyleusa.com/ has all the go fast goodies for the rc you could ever want. Right now the site seems to be down. :/:
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I dont really understand the benifit of the pair valve mod accept to save weight... plus I dont know where to buy block off plates.
You don't nered block-off plates, just some JB weld in the old holes and badda-bing, you're good to go.

http://rc51.org/pair.htm

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This is the voice of RC51 ignorance.... I love the bikes, always have...
For the block-off plate mod, one thing we do is throw a marble in the rubber hose going up to the intake from the exhaust feed so stock the flow. Granted you don't lose the weight with the block-off plates, but on a strict inspection it would pass, especially if you have a warranty...

As for the weight... Those darn oreos would cure my problem... Think its a conspiracy between gym memberships and fastfood/cookie industry... And health care... I'll stop... Cause I can even say harley is in it for making us too fat to buy sportbikes within time...

But seriously, marble mod work on your bike?
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This is the voice of RC51 ignorance.... I love the bikes, always have...
For the block-off plate mod, one thing we do is throw a marble in the rubber hose going up to the intake from the exhaust feed so stock the flow. Granted you don't lose the weight with the block-off plates, but on a strict inspection it would pass, especially if you have a warranty...

As for the weight... Those darn oreos would cure my problem... Think its a conspiracy between gym memberships and fastfood/cookie industry... And health care... I'll stop... Cause I can even say harley is in it for making us too fat to buy sportbikes within time...

But seriously, marble mod work on your bike?

It prolly would but the whole idea on a performance mod is to add performance to it.
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