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April 19, 2003, 12:02 AM

WOW WOW WOW WOW .. throttle response is INCREDIBLE!!!! so so so smoooth!

Install takes about 5 minutes.. I was gonna take the whole tank off but its not needed. I just wanted to see if I can do it and I can! If anyone needs help installing it.. let me know.

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April 19, 2003, 04:45 PM

In Oct 2001, I had a dyno run done, then a PCII installed on my '00 Hayabusa, then another dyno run. Not only did it almost completely eliminate a very frustrating low RPM surge, I also picked up 5 peak HP and a few ft-lbs of torque, all with stock exhaust.

I highly recommend the Power Commander for fuel injected bikes.


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April 19, 2003, 04:55 PM

ive got one for my 03 600 sitting in the box. should i wait till after the break in period or does it matter. ive got around 150 miles on it now.

[Edited on 4/19/2003 by Brooks]


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April 19, 2003, 07:22 PM

Its usually a good idea to not do any performance mods until after the breakin. I'm not sure if theres any REAL danger.. but the engine isnt even fully broken in so you may not even notice the powercommander.

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April 21, 2003, 05:03 PM

I agree with Leon. Wait until you have the first oil change (600) miles before making mods. That way the enigne is broken-in and you've got a seat of the pants baseline for how it runs (idle, surging, flat spots, etc). Get a dyno run with it stock, then dyno each time you modify. Some mods (airbox, and some slip-on exhaust) can actually cost you HP and torque.


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