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Power Commander / Tuning Help - September 3, 2012, 03:52 PM

Looking for a local guru in tuning ECUs. I changed out the slash cut exhaust for a Two Bros and suspect that the previous owner had probably tuned the ECU to the GP-1 exhaust. I have no real understanding of how PCs work, but could probably figure enough out with trial and error. If anyone is willing to work a bit with me to school me up on what I'm supposed to be doing (what equipment, what process, etc) for smoothing out the fuel map, I'd appreciate it.

Firstly, who uses a PC and how did you start learning about it? Reading through forums and manuals only gets so far. Is it something you can pick up and just start playing around with?
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