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Old 11-21-2012, 12:37 PM   #1
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Power Commander V on 2007 GSX-R 600

I have a quick question. On the power commander website they only sale the pcv for 2008 and newer. Mine is a 2007 but i want the option to add the auto-tune. If i was to buy the one for the 2008 would all the connectors plug up and work properly? (part# 20-005) Thanks in advance.
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Old 11-21-2012, 02:11 PM   #2
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Re: Power Commander V on 2007 GSX-R 600

will plug up to a 06-07 no problem, everything is similar. plug and play. if you want auto tune option then you will need to weld in a spot for a 02 sensor.

best way to go about it would be to get the pcv, get a custom tune on the dyno for your area, as a base map. Then use the auto tune only when conditions change and you need a quick remap. only way this is beneficial to track days if your racing.. Otherwise just go with the PCV and get a custom tune. an save that $ for parts or gear.
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Old 11-21-2012, 02:19 PM   #3
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Re: Power Commander V on 2007 GSX-R 600

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will plug up to a 06-07 no problem, everything is similar. plug and play. if you want auto tune option then you will need to weld in a spot for a 02 sensor.

best way to go about it would be to get the pcv, get a custom tune on the dyno for your area, as a base map. Then use the auto tune only when conditions change and you need a quick remap. only way this is beneficial to track days if your racing.. Otherwise just go with the PCV and get a custom tune. an save that $ for parts or gear.
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Old 09-19-2013, 03:53 AM   #4
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Re: Power Commander V on 2007 GSX-R 600

Bringing Back an ol thread...

I have a PCV that I received yesterday, Same circumstance as the OP. But I have the 750.
After multiple searches, I came across one thread that mention that I will need a 02 eliminator.
I do not have auto tune. But intend on getting it and having before the next bike season starts.
can someone shine a bit of light of what I need to do??
Thanks
My PCV is for the 08-10 gsxr 750 (20-006)
My bike is a 07 gsxr 750
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Old 09-19-2013, 07:52 AM   #5
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Re: Power Commander V on 2007 GSX-R 600

The 09 GSXR 600 and 750 pcv are the same except for the map in them. Either one works for the 04-10 GSXR 600 or 750 as the only difference is the map inside them. The 04-07 models don't use a stock o2 so you just ignore the part about the o2 and unplugging it and using the supplied cap that goes in the harness. That is the only difference.

On your bike you don't use the o2 elim that comes with the pcv. You can still run the auto tuner though just like anyone else would.
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Old 09-19-2013, 09:16 AM   #6
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Re: Power Commander V on 2007 GSX-R 600

So Just plug it into the injectors and ignore the 02 sensor part.
Sounds easy enough.
Thanks MotoMummy.
Now on debate about waiting for the TRE smart chip to come and install both at the same time??lol
Thanks again MotoMummy
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