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Old 05-15-2019, 08:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Im in the process of reading about PCIII-USB and using the search option and all that but I have a question that Id like ask. I started the bike just to see where in the column the fuel would be when idling and it is at the bottom two lights and at 2-3k rpm its around zero, maybe +1 light.

Does that suggest that its running lean?

I have 04 with stock air and Cobra exhaust.

Like I said, Im just starting to explore this territory and have a long way to go but I had to ask because Ill be riding quite a bit before I know whats within parameters.
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Old 05-15-2019, 10:26 AM   #2 (permalink)
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STEP 1 (optional): Read this thread. I put a couple of screen shots of different maps in there that you will be able to compare your current map to (once you complete steps 2 and 3).
https://www.rswarrior.com/forums/23-...-pc3-help.html

STEP 2: Download the powercommander software off of their website.

STEP 3: Plug your PC3 into your computer. If the software is open you can quickly download the current map.

STEP 4: Post up a screenshot of your map. You may have either an individual map for cylinder 1 vs cylinder 2, or one map that controls both.

STEP 5: Wait for feedback on the map.

Note: I ended up going with the Burrito map. I have a little backfiring until she is completely up to temp, then nothing. No hiccups whatsoever. I don't think I'll be playing with it again till next winter... when I get bored.
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P.S. Lovin' the color and chrome on your bike! Beauty 'eh!
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STEP 1 (optional): Read this thread
Thanks, this will keep me reading for awhile
I might get back to you with some questions along the way, if thats ok with you? I wont be able to attend to this until next week anyway.
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Thanks, the colour grows onya :-)
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