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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-15-2006, 01:24 AM Thread Starter
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Question about PCIII

Hi this is my first time posing a question on this site. First of all I am really glad we have this site for gixxer lovers. Anyway, my question is I have a K6 GSXR 600 that the previous owner changed the front sprocket (down 1 teeth) and he had a PCIII installled as well. Could someone please tell me what exactly PCIII suppose to do. The second part question is how can I get a more precise reading on my MPH speed. Thank you for taking your time to read this and answer my question.
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Hi this is my first time posing a question on this site. First of all I am really glad we have this site for gixxer lovers. Anyway, my question is I have a K6 GSXR 600 that the previous owner changed the front sprocket (down 1 teeth) and he had a PCIII installled as well. Could someone please tell me what exactly PCIII suppose to do. The second part question is how can I get a more precise reading on my MPH speed. Thank you for taking your time to read this and answer my question.
Your speed should be sorted by a speedo heeler....
PCIII, i'm no expert....but have a look at www.powercommander.com..

Sorry if my spelling is off.....

Good Luck...
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Thanks. I will look into it.
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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-19-2006, 03:47 AM
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Re: Question about PCIII

K well your new here... Welcome aboard next time please use the search function, it works wonders.

PCIII is used to change the Fuel mapping to give you a overall better running bike, you gain power lose flat spots in the rev range and get better throttle response.

But it needs to bee tuned by a professional DO NOT FUCK with the buttons.

With the sprocket change do some research on the speedo healers. Alot of site sponsors carry them
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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-19-2006, 12:35 PM
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Re: Question about PCIII

A PCIII reprograms your fuel map. When set up on a dyno it allows the perfect ratio of fuel and air to be programmed for all throttle positions and revs. Basically it smooths out your power curve and give you a little extra to boot. If you are changing your exhaust from stock then you should deffo get a PCIII to make the most out of your bike.
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