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November 14, 2004, 10:41 AM

I'm new to the FI systems.i just bought a rc51 a couple of months ago and it has a PC3R installed.i didn't get the book however i did get online and read up a bit on it.i'm looking to richen the fuel air mix. it said to turn the bike on. now is that saying to have the motor running or to just have the power on to the system or does it even matter.

like i said i'm new to this kind of stuff so if you can help let me know but if you want to burn me on this ??? then thats ok too. just as long as someone helps me out.
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November 14, 2004, 01:09 PM

You don't need to have the motor running to upload a map to the power commander. Just turn the key to the on position so that power is getting to the power commander. You can download the PC3R software and maps from powercommander.com


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