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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-19-2010, 07:21 AM Thread Starter
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power commander v w auto tune

Anyone used the power commander v with auto tune?
Can you get the stock o2 sensor off with out taking the stock head pipe off?
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-20-2010, 07:22 PM Thread Starter
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well it will not just "bolt and go" the o2 sensors are 18mm and
the factory one look to be around 12 so the head pipe has to come off
and new plug to be welded in for new o2 sensors
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Hey Roadeagle.......I was always told that talking to yourself was ok.......till you started answering also......

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Just installed the Thundermax on my 2010 Roadglide, We gutted the cat out and you have to plug the stock 12mm O2 bungs and install new bungs 18mm 3" to 4" from head. Sounds much better and runs stronger. the auto tune seams to work great. Need to put some miles on it to get the AutoTune to adjust.
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help with thurdermax auto tune

i have a 2011 road glide custom...i just installed my thundermax autotune and my d d exhaust. the problem i am having is that the bike pops a lot during decelarating on high gears 2nd and up....tried to follow step by step but i think i may have miss something.... also the download didnt have my pipe listed when they asked me to enter the model and brand. please help or pm me asap.....help !!!!!

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I have the PC-V with the auto tune and I didn't have to change anything to install my O2 sensors, just unscrewed the old ones and installed the new ones. I have an '09 with the 96 ci in it.


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for the 2010 and up u need the bung reducers i think that is what vic said when he sold my exhaust to me from klock werks i dont think they are to expensive

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post #9 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-05-2011, 10:04 PM
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You might have a exhaust gasket leaking which would cause the popping. Trying putting about 150 miles on the auto tune and check to see if the Thundermax made any changes to the map.
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Hey Roadeagle.......I was always told that talking to yourself was ok.......till you started answering also......
The posts are 24 hrs and one minute apart, lol.

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