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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-13-2013, 06:06 PM Thread Starter
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Power commander V for vulcan 1700

for sale one used power commander V unit with all mounting hardware plus Usb cable no box or instructions but you can get these right off the website this unit was on my vaquero for 6000 mile I recently went back to stock .My loss is your gain unit is in great condition .$175.00 shipped anywhere in the continental united states Pay pal only
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I sent you a PM. I'm interested in your PCV, but I have some questions. I know very little (in fact nothing) about fuel processors and I'm a little afraid I'm going to screw something up. Right now I'm running stock everything, but V&H slip-ons. Marbled the fresh air intake, but nothing else.

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for sale one used power commander V unit with all mounting hardware plus Usb cable no box or instructions but you can get these right off the website this unit was on my vaquero for 6000 mile I recently went back to stock .My loss is your gain unit is in great condition .$175.00 shipped anywhere in the continental united states Pay pal only



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Sent you a pm !!! My set up was just Vance and Hines slip ons the rest was stock pretty easy to put on maybe 45 mins top you will need to download a map the one that is in the unit right now is the correct one for your setup though .
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I'll take it. Did it get rid of the popping with your V&Hs?


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Did you have to pull off the tank or just lift the rear to get to everything for the install?


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I'll take it. Did it get rid of the popping with your V&Hs?


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For the most part it eliminated it but I never ran with out the pipes and the pcv I thought it went to together well .
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Did you have to pull off the tank or just lift the rear to get to everything for the install?


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Just lift the tank you can even leave the air cleaner on if your hands are small enough only two wires . I will see if I can print you some directions they are pretty straight forward .
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Just lift the tank you can even leave the air cleaner on if your hands are small enough only two wires . I will see if I can print you some directions they are pretty straight forward .
Just printed out instructions I crossed off one step that is not needed for this unit I will send them with . thanks
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I know this is sold but I'm looking at these new. Finding vastly different pricing and even diff looking harnesses. Needless to say I'm confused. Some seem to have the old PCIII looking harness and some have a harness with what looks to be two black connectors. Any advice? I'm looking to do the PCV and then tweak from there on my '11 Vaq with V&H slipons. Stock air box with plugged hose at the moment.
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