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Hi ~~ guys ~

When you change your exhaust to a

full system~ there has to be a lot of follow ups ~ such as

ECU, Air filters ~

I understand that when you do not want to change your ECU , thats

when you install Power Commander, Rapid bike , Nemisess these kind

of things with your exhaust maps.

Then ~ when do you do TPS reset ??? Do you still need to perform

TPS reset , even though you install power commander or DP Ecu ?????

I looked up the Hall of fame and couldnt get the answer ~~!!

Advice please ~!!! enjoy the photo ~
 

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OK ~ so, all I have to do with the Power commander is down load the map into the

module and connect it to the bike ! right???? Thank you for the input

Desmoworks ~!!!
Which bike do you have? If it is a bike that uses an O2 sensor the Power Commander will not be able to map the closed loop areas which is roughly under 5K rpm and 20% throttle.

But yeah, install the power commander, set the TPS on the power commander if it isn't correct to begin with then load the map and enjoy.
 

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Which bike do you have? If it is a bike that uses an O2 sensor the Power Commander will not be able to map the closed loop areas which is roughly under 5K rpm and 20% throttle.

But yeah, install the power commander, set the TPS on the power commander if it isn't correct to begin with then load the map and enjoy.
I have 2003 999s ~ so I belive Power Commander will not be able to make

any changes to the below 4000 rpm area ~~!! But still it should be better

than not having one right???????
 
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