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PowerCommander question 105-410 vs. 105-310

I have a 2002 RC51. Bought the bike with the 105-310 PCIIIr (non-usb). I bought a package deal that included: Full Moriwaki exhaust, Turn One airbox, and 105-410 PCIII USB with correct dyno tune ready to install. The issue I need answered is that the 105-410 I need to install does not have the 2-wire ignition circuit branching off of it like the current PCIIIr does. I have searched to no avail. Can someone help me asap. I would like to wrap this project up. TIA

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From what ive read about the differences the PC3 usb will only control the fuel map, hence the lack of the ignition circuit, and in all reality, unless youve done some serious internal engine work or running a power adder(turbo,nitrous) the factory ignition map should be good.... i could be wrong though...

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From what ive read about the differences the PC3 usb will only control the fuel map, hence the lack of the ignition circuit, and in all reality, unless youve done some serious internal engine work or running a power adder(turbo,nitrous) the factory ignition map should be good.... i could be wrong though...
Nope you are correct sir...



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Thanks guys I just now swapped them out. I searched yesterday but evidently not hard enough.

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Thanks guys I just now swapped them out. I searched yesterday but evidently not hard enough.
I need a picture of that Sato titanium kick stand please.



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I need a picture of that Sato titanium kick stand please.
There is one in my profile of it on the bike. If you want a close up PM me your # and I will send it to you right now. Just took a few close pics with my razr maxx 8.0mp camera.

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is the sato stand an extended one size wise from the standard one?

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I do not believe the Sato stand is any longer than the stocker. It measures in at around 8.5-9" from the pivot point.

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I do not believe the Sato stand is any longer than the stocker. It measures in at around 8.5-9" from the pivot point.
Oh and when you are ready for a dyno tune, Hord is in your neck of the woods. He relay knows his way around the RC.

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Oh and when you are ready for a dyno tune, Hord is in your neck of the woods. He relay knows his way around the RC.

http://www.hordpower.com/index.php?m...roducts_id=380
Thanks a lot! I wasn't sure what I was going to do about a tune. The PCIII I got with my air box is supposed to have a tune on it for the box and exhaust. But I would feel better putting the RC on a Dyno for piece of mind.

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