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Power Commander PCV 5 Maps Needed vaquero

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I recently installed a PCV 5 on my vaquero the other night, was hoping to see if anyone had a map they could share. I'm running the Vance and Hines twin slash slip on and K&N filter. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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Which PC5 are you running, 17-006 or 17-033? ones with ing and the the other is without.
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Which PC5 are you running, 17-006 or 17-033? ones with ing and the the other is without.
foater im running the 17-033 model
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I have one but you'll need to send me your email address. This forum doesn't support that file type.
David, my email is [email protected]
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I just installed my PC5 17-033 this morning! My bike is all stock for now so I'm running 005 stock map and since it didn't have any ignition settings I copied and pasted davidsheek's ignition settings into it. I only had her out for about 30 miles but she's running great and a lot smoother and cooler, when the wife noticed the bike is running smoother it tells me I must have done something right. The PC5 is the way to go, I'm very happy with it! I just can't wait to get pipes and have it machined dyno tuned to perfection.

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I just installed my PC5 17-033 this morning! My bike is all stock for now so I'm running 005 stock map and since it didn't have any ignition settings I copied and pasted davidsheek's ignition settings into it. I only had her out for about 30 miles but she's running great and a lot smoother and cooler, when the wife noticed the bike is running smoother it tells me I must have done something right. The PC5 is the way to go, I'm very happy with it! I just can't wait to get pipes and have it machined dyno tuned to perfection.
The PC5 is the way to go! I used a generic power commander stock map from their website and i noticed a difference right away.
The pipes make a huge difference as well the Vance and Hines slip ons sound sweet..
I'm anxious to get home to upload the map David sent.Does it matter if im still in the break-in process? I only have 640 miles on her so far.
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The PC5 is the way to go! I used a generic power commander stock map from their website and i noticed a difference right away.
The pipes make a huge difference as well the Vance and Hines slip ons sound sweet..
I'm anxious to get home to upload the map David sent.Does it matter if im still in the break-in process? I only have 640 miles on her so far.
The break in is 600 miles, you should be good to go!

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The break in is 600 miles, you should be good to go!
Sweet, thanks
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David,

thanks for the use of your map, the results were excellent. I did let my autotune adjust the fuel settings based on a AFR table recommended by Dynojet. Did not touch the Ign table. Took the bike to Big Bend and the results were even better than expected. Performance was again excelent, but my MPG was thruogh the roof. Cruising through the park and on the way home averaged 50mpg. Of course thast was using the bikes computer. Would like your opinion of the adjustments as well as the AFR table. Will send you the revised map and AFR table. Again thanks.
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