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Auto Tune Install HELP

Hey everybody. Hope the new year is treating you all well. Anyway for Christmas my wife got me the power commander auto tune kit to go along with the PCV that I added last year. I know I need to weld on the bungs in order to add the oxygen sensors, but was wondering if anyone has done this, and if so do you have pictures you can share to show the rest of us what it looks like. Even post installation pics would be great. Oh and I have the vance and hines slashcut staggered pipes. Thanks in advance for your help!

2008 Vulcan Classic LT
Baron Big Air
Vance & Hines pipes
Throttle lock
Passenger floor boards
Mustang seat with driver backrest
Highway pegs
PCV with Autotune
Kuryakyn power point
Highway bars
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Hey everybody. Hope the new year is treating you all well. Anyway for Christmas my wife got me the power commander auto tune kit to go along with the PCV that I added last year. I know I need to weld on the bungs in order to add the oxygen sensors, but was wondering if anyone has done this, and if so do you have pictures you can share to show the rest of us what it looks like. Even post installation pics would be great. Oh and I have the vance and hines slashcut staggered pipes. Thanks in advance for your help!
My AutoTune only came with one O2 sensor which I installed in the #1 cylinder header. Follow the instructions and try and get the bung in a position where the sensor won't collect moisture. I routed the wire loom to the left side of the bike and snaked it up to the tool box where I was keeping my PCV. The switch allows me to go between the fixed map (after my calibration runs) and letting the sensor adjust on the run.
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Thanks Sojourner. I'm actually surprised I didn't get more responses to my questions and request. Glad you responded, and that you provided some great pics. I'll definitely be using them when I install mine.

2008 Vulcan Classic LT
Baron Big Air
Vance & Hines pipes
Throttle lock
Passenger floor boards
Mustang seat with driver backrest
Highway pegs
PCV with Autotune
Kuryakyn power point
Highway bars
Kuryakyn highway pegs
Former owner of a 2008 Honda Rebel
Owner of a 1994 Honda Magna

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