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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 12-04-2010, 12:37 PM Thread Starter
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HD tuner/zippers/PC-V

Seems to be alot of pro's and con's. I have the PC-V now. Seems to work good. I'm doing a stage three, and wondering if I need to change.
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I've had a PCIII on a stage III build for years and it works just fine. Not one bit of trouble.
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everytime u make a change pipes cams and so on u need to dyno. i went through all that i finaly bought the thundermax TBW i dont have dyno any more the ecm learns on its own. right now i have true duals free flowing breather i down loaded the closet map and the bike runs great. my next move is cams when i do the cams i find the closes map and down load it and iam done. if wanna do a 110 motor i find the closes 110 map down load it and ride it as u ride the bike it will self tune to your specs. read the fuel moto write up how he said he installed one and he change the AFR s on purpose only for thew thundermax to adjust on its own. he put that bike on his dyno machine and it was very close to as if it were dynoed. jamie his self said he very impressed the new thundermax TBW. i bought and iam glad i did. they sell for pretty close to a $1000.00 bought mine from eastern performance for $800.00 shipped. best $800.00 i have ever spent.
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You purchased your thundermax for that thats awesome could you post there contact info
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You purchased your thundermax for that thats awesome could you post there contact info
www.easternperformance.com if i were u i would call them and ask them about the thundermax TBW and have your credit card ready you gonna love this thing it is awesome. good luck to ya
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Are the zippers married to the ecm? Can you buy a used one?
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Are the zippers married to the ecm? Can you buy a used one?
no the thundermax is your ECM


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Ok, so the thundermax is an ecm. So, you take your ecm out, and replace it with this?
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Ok, so the thundermax is an ecm. So, you take your ecm out, and replace it with this?
thats correct depending on your year bike if u have a 2010 or 2011 u have the small 11mm 02 sensors. thundermax requires wide band 02 sensors which are 18 mm so will have to weld the bigger ones on your head pipes.in order for the thundermax to work on your bike. if have a 08 to 09 you wont have to anything but install it very simple to do. u will not be disappointed if u buy it.
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I appreciate everyone's input. So, by some of the responses. zippers is the best?
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