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Does anyone known if the PCV with autotune recognizes when the rear cylinder shutoff happens?

Twice when hot, bike idle stumbled and either stalled or almost stalled. I was wondering if the PCV understands the shutoff or if I missed an option in setup

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That's a good question...

I always make sure that the rear cyl shut off is deactivated.
 

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I was thinking of doing that and looking at the "JIMS Force Flow" to help with the cooling

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I shutoff my rear cylinder shutoff stock or modified. Which would normally occur at very high heat... What I and many others have found is to not utilize the autotune at idle... I have all of my fuel adjustments for both cylinders set to 0 at idle also. I checked the AFR's at Idle with no fuel and or settings within the target afr's and it is idling at 13... I am good with this number, the AT at idle can lead to the bike doing some strange things....
 

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I am not familiar with the PCV but if it piggy backs to the stock ECM then I wouldn't think it would matter. The Stock ECM will monitor cylinder head temps and activate/deactivate the EITMS (as long as you have it turned on)and the PCV should not be able to affect that function.
 
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