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PCV autotune

Hi all,
I just bought a bone stock rc, no pc, no aftermarket pipes. I also bought a ladybird GP short slip on (45 mm inlet). Now i',m planning on getting the pcv and autotune for this setup. Now in your experience, how much futzing does it require to mount those o2 sensor bits? Any drilling involved? Im mechanically inept (ive changed oil on my previous rc, but thats it) and have the bare minimum tools. Any inputs? What tools do I need? How much time does it typically take to get the pipes and the pcv mounted?
thanks a lot!
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Congrats on picking up the NH!

Pipes are a quick and easy install, along with installing the PCV. The autotune on the other hand requires welding of the O2 sensors. Some of the newer bikes have an O2 sensor input, but the RC does not. It will require two sensors to be welded.

Until you get the Autotune installed, there are a few good Ladybird GP maps available, which should suffice until you get your Autotune installed.

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Congrats on picking up the NH!

Pipes are a quick and easy install, along with installing the PCV. The autotune on the other hand requires welding of the O2 sensors. Some of the newer bikes have an O2 sensor input, but the RC does not. It will require two sensors to be welded.

Until you get the Autotune installed, there are a few good Ladybird GP maps available, which should suffice until you get your Autotune installed.
Thanks! I looled at the available maps on the powercommander website, they didnt seem to have any for the ladybird cans. Could you suggest any equivalent map that I can get?
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I can send you the Map I was given. Again, this Map is with a few tweeks...so it won't run smoothly on your bike, but should be a 75% solution.

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Many thanks to weyrauchrc51 and MadBuyer for the map. Next step, wait for my pipes and wake up the nabbers
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