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PC-5 assist for a old man!

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    Posted: December/10/2017 at 3:09pm
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That's where my dog would lie, if i had one.

Old Fart would appreciate some PC-5 guidance.

Combo:
2009 Momma Kaw ZX-14
Brock's (WOO HOO) 2CT Dual
BMC Plate Air Filter
PC-5 
Auto tune

A freshly flashed Don Guhl ECU

Don suggested that I disable the Auto Tune, and zero out the map and run it.

How would an old fart zero out a map, been searching and can't find the info.

My thanks!

The old fart.



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The easiest thing would be to just remove the power commander and Auto Tune kit from the bike all together.  Zeroing out the map in the power commander is just like not having the power commander there at all.  
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Thanks, I got an error message, saying this message could not be posted.

Interesting.

I found the zero map on the Dynojet Map page and uploaded it.

I'm old and stubborn.

Don Guhl suggested leaving the PC-5 and Auto Tune in place, see how it runs. Then enable the auto Tune and let it rewrite.

If I liked the way it ran after, he would reflash the ECU, then i could remove it all. 
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