I have an old PCIIIr as well and am having a rough time finding maps. All I have is Yosh slip ons and everything else is stock. Any ideas?If the unit is in great shape, then it'll be much cheaper than a PCIIIUSB.
The unit will be slightly more involved to install as the 'r' also interconnects to your ignition timing connector (the red one).
It can be a bit tight to get to.
I have a PCIIIr on my SP2 and it runs just fine.
The maps do not interchange between the two units. Different file formats.
The best thing to do is have a custom map made for your configuration and geographic location by a local Dynojet supported shop.I have an old PCIIIr as well and am having a rough time finding maps. All I have is Yosh slip ons and everything else is stock. Any ideas?
That's true. I ran mine hooked up until I had a ignition pulse gen wire get chaffed and randomly ground against the frame. (got a code 19) It took a minute to find it, and in the process I unhooked the red connector and left it unplugged. Then I remember SubSailor explaining the purpose of the connector is to individually adjust ignition timing for each cylinder. It's a feature that I certainly never used, don't know how many PC3r owners ever did.I as well have the pc3r with no problems. I hear you can leave the red plug undone and it still works like it should