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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-07-2015, 10:35 AM Thread Starter
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PpwerCommander III vs V&H FuelPak

Just found out I currently have a PowerCommander III on my 07 RG along with resistors plugged into my O2 Sensors. I also just recieved my V&H FuelPak.... Which one would you guys recommend out of these two....
At quick glance the V&H seems easier to use, but the PCIII seems to have more options....


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Just found out I currently have a PowerCommander III on my 07 RG along with resistors plugged into my O2 Sensors. I also just recieved my V&H FuelPak.... Which one would you guys recommend out of these two....
At quick glance the V&H seems easier to use, but the PCIII seems to have more options....
How does it run with the PCIII?? I'm not one to fix it if it ain't broke...

I have used both. Both work well for what they are. The FP is limited to StageI. The PCIII has more flexibility, and is much easier to work with non-V&H components.

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I am looking for a tuner for my 07 and was considering the fuelpak just cause a few friends have had good luck with them. If you're interested in selling let me know. Thanks!


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