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MORE HELP NEEDED PLEASE PC3!!!

as you have read in my previous thread...the PC3 is set-up and running sweeeeeeet...
...how easy is it to put the stage1 std bike map on the bike if/when i put the std can back on for "stealth" mode?

do i need to delete the old map or just overload the new one onto it????

step by step please

as always any/all help gratefully recieved
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Re: MORE HELP NEEDED PLEASE PC3!!!

just load the new map into the PCIII program on the computer, hit "upload all". No need to delete the previous map, the new one will overwrite it.
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Re: MORE HELP NEEDED PLEASE PC3!!!

Or get yourself an old palm, and the associated cables and it's even easier.

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Re: MORE HELP NEEDED PLEASE PC3!!!

thanks guys
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Re: MORE HELP NEEDED PLEASE PC3!!!

Make sure to calibrate your throttle position sensor while you're at it.




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Re: MORE HELP NEEDED PLEASE PC3!!!

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Make sure to calibrate your throttle position sensor while you're at it.
how do you do that?
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how do you do that?
Read the instructions . . .
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Re: MORE HELP NEEDED PLEASE PC3!!!

Always been bad at keeping those things. Will have to look tonight.
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Re: MORE HELP NEEDED PLEASE PC3!!!

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Always been bad at keeping those things. Will have to look tonight.
Hint: It isn't available until the ignition is switched on, then look under utilities . . .
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Re: MORE HELP NEEDED PLEASE PC3!!!

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how do you do that?
Like Abtech hinted to, click on 'Utilities', then on 'Set Throttle Position'.

A window will appear with TP Closed and TP Open (with values next to each).

With throttle in it's off position, click TP Closed button.

With throttle twisted all the way, click TP Open.

These set the Power Commander's full range of your throttle.

When done, the TP Closed window should display (0) with no throttle,

and TP Open should display (100) when throttle is wide open.
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Like Abtech hinted to, click on 'Utilities', then on 'Set Throttle Position'.

A window will appear with TP Closed and TP Open (with values next to each).

With throttle in it's off position, click TP Closed button.

With throttle twisted all the way, click TP Open.

These set the Power Commander's full range of your throttle.

When done, the TP Closed window should display (0) with no throttle,

and TP Open should display (100) when throttle is wide open.
that was the first thing i did when i put the map on it

it was only getting 95% at first

100% after easy to follow on screen prompts
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