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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-18-2012, 10:32 AM Thread Starter
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PCV is now recommended for All Years of the 900

Was looking at the site this morning and found all years available. Guess they finally finished the testing.

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Was looking at the site this morning and found all years available. Guess they finally finished the testing.
More than likely they finally got rid of their stock of PCIII's for the Vulcan line. It's been proven that the newer model PC will work just fine on the early VTX's but their website will never tell you.
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Yup lots of vulcan riders have said the same. But now it's official. And supported.

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Want to thank you again for the info on the decel pop fix, work's great.

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What's a PCV?

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What's a PCV?
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