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Fitting a power commander

I have done a search and nothing turned up. There is no fitting guide in the KB either. Does anyone have an idoits guide to fitting the pc. I realise its pretty straightforward just not sure where exactly the injector harness is and how to find it.

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Re: Fitting a power commander

Thanks I saw that but still am not sure.
When they say RHS do they mean when sitting on the bike and will it be real apparent when I lift the fuel tank up.

Also I have a damper fitted can I still raise the tank with the damper in situ or does that have to come out as well?

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Re: Fitting a power commander

Yes, the right hand side when you are sitting on the bike.

Not sure about the damper, since I don't know how the 954 tank lifts. I know it was hinged and had a prop of some sort though.
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Re: Fitting a power commander

the damper is removed on mine (scotts) to lift the tank. The tank prop is under the rider seat.
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Re: Fitting a power commander

The instructions to fit a PC3usb are downloadable from here. You will almost certainly have to remove your damper. You do with a Scotts on a 954. The injector harness is just below the rear right side of the tank. You need to depress a little tab on the side of the socket to separate the plug and socket. Don't just try to yank (no pun intended ) them apart.

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Re: Fitting a power commander

I just installed mine last Saturday and I have to tell you its really easy exept for that part with the injector harness. there is no room to get your hands on that thing and getting it off for your first time ever is a real bitch. Good luck once you get past that part its easy.
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Re: Fitting a power commander

Just installed mine a few days ago, and I have a Hyperpro RSC damper. I did not have to remove the damper. Propped the tank up with a 2x4 on edge, is still kind of a bitch to get at. Squeeze the tab on the main wire harness and it will pull right apart (not so obvious given the instructions and the tiny hole to get your hands into) One more thing, recommend doing the entire procedure with the bike cold!
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Re: Fitting a power commander

Thanks gents will see how I get on once I get it

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