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post #1 of 9 Old 11-11-2015, 07:31 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone hooked up a PC V to their V2 yet ? How about auto tune ?
I've looked at a few sites (DynoJet and Fuel Moto) and they're not showing an application for the V2. Only a PC FC. I already have the PC V from when I had my V so I'm hoping that will work. Thanks
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post #2 of 9 Old 11-11-2015, 09:09 PM
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I haven't read of anyone doing Autotune, but PCV is available. I believe the cheapest place to find it is motomummy... Approx $256. There are a few thread on it, but probably the best thread is the one dealing with the Arrow exhaust and header. 21 pages of reading....

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post #3 of 9 Old 11-11-2015, 10:44 PM
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PCFC. Lot cheaper. Load up to ten maps. Autotune really not needed for this bike.
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i have both pc v+AT

2014 vee2- OEM:skid plate,heated grips,mirror extenders,centerstand. aftermarket:sw-motech: risers,trax 45L side cases 38L top case,pipe valve guard, kickstand foot enlarger. corbin/holshot heated seat ,MRA VarioTouringScreen,burkbusters storm,PC8, kaoko throttle lock, scorpion titanium slip-on, denali airbomb,scottoiler,denalli dx.pc5+autotune R&G:radiator guard, pipe slider K&N:air filter touratech:crashbars, ABS kill switch,dryspec tool tube,cyclops LED headlights,doubleback mirrors,helmet guardian,twowheels shorty levers,aftermarket off road rear brake lever,shorai lithium battery.
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The existing maps for the Vee2 PCFC and PC V (at least those for the Full Arrow system) work great. The bike is sightly stronger, but possibly more importantly the throttle response is spot on. The PC V maps can be loaded on the PCFC. It's the same device, but cheaper without some features many don't need.
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Thanks for the help. I went to motomummy and saw a picture of the pc v that they sell for the V2. It has more wires than the one I bought for my 08 so I guess that one won't work. That was my main question.
Alon-very happy to read that you and your bike are going ok and on the road again.
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2014 vee2- OEM:skid plate,heated grips,mirror extenders,centerstand. aftermarket:sw-motech: risers,trax 45L side cases 38L top case,pipe valve guard, kickstand foot enlarger. corbin/holshot heated seat ,MRA VarioTouringScreen,burkbusters storm,PC8, kaoko throttle lock, scorpion titanium slip-on, denali airbomb,scottoiler,denalli dx.pc5+autotune R&G:radiator guard, pipe slider K&N:air filter touratech:crashbars, ABS kill switch,dryspec tool tube,cyclops LED headlights,doubleback mirrors,helmet guardian,twowheels shorty levers,aftermarket off road rear brake lever,shorai lithium battery.
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Hey Rick, where did you end up finding the PCFC at the cheapest price?
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The existing maps for the Vee2 PCFC and PC V (at least those for the Full Arrow system) work great. The bike is sightly stronger, but possibly more importantly the throttle response is spot on. The PC V maps can be loaded on the PCFC. It's the same device, but cheaper without some features many don't need.
+1 on the PCFC. Good bit of gear.:
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