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post #11 of 18 Old 07-15-2014, 08:01 AM Thread Starter
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Ive noticed almost all the installation is plug and play, and leaves no trace, except for the TPS, if I am not mistaken on the wire we have to splice.
Would a person know you had this installed if you were to have an issue and bring to a dealer for a warranty service.
I have the warranty until 2017, and would hate to have that voided by adding the engine controller, and not being able to remove all traces.
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Ive noticed almost all the installation is plug and play, and leaves no trace, except for the TPS, if I am not mistaken on the wire we have to splice.
Would a person know you had this installed if you were to have an issue and bring to a dealer for a warranty service.
I have the warranty until 2017, and would hate to have that voided by adding the engine controller, and not being able to remove all traces.

I have the power commander v and there is no splicing, everything is plug and play.


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Is your version the one that does not require a dyno? I do not live in an area that has a motorcycle dyno within reasonable distance.
I'm looking for strict plug and play so if anything goes wrong I can turn back to stock with no traces of anything been done.
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I have the power commander v and there is no splicing, everything is plug and play.
Not true. You have to tap in to the RPM signal wire. Otherwise, everything is plug and play.
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I guess they all have a tap somewhere. I suppose I could always electrical tape the bundle to hide the wire after removal of the unit.
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The install seems doable with the tank leveraged upwards. I just plugged the pair valve with a bolt, 10mm as suggested, I stick the bolt part into the nipple, and then fed the hose back on, it was a fairly short bolt, so it shouldn't go into the valve mechanism. It took care of the popping for a little, and then it came back. Perhaps I need a larger bolt. It seemed pretty sung inside the tube....
Any ideas? I mean, it seems to have eliminated some of the popping, but not all.
I am venturing a guess that the fuel controller would eliminate the rest?
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If its still popping, it means you are too lean and yes, you will need a fuel controller to make the mixture richer.
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After some consideration, and the fact I don't have a dyno close by, I will just purchase the Juicebox, since it is the general consensus that the bike runs leans naturally anyway.
I don't need any special adjustments, just fuel added really.
I assume their preprogrammed map has more fine tuned adjustments anyway.
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