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PCV or not PCV?

Hi all, hoping someone here can offer some advice.

I've got an 08 blade and want to fit my shiny new Yoshi system.

I know I can put a slip-on on without a problem, but will there be running issues with the full systems and no Power Commander? (can't afford one until next month!)

I know it would be BETTER to fit a PCV BUT does anyone actually have any first hand experience and know where the flat spot are or what the running issues are?

I'm also running a K&N.

I currently have an Arrow slip-on so making 160 at the back wheel. So I'd be interested to hear about power gains and the al important noise factor

Many Thanks
Saz
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