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    installing Power Commander V

    So just picked up a PC-V from fleabay for a song and a dance. since its for the 09-10 rincon it should work, but obviously all the directions will be about useless. can you please post pics of your install for me. do i need to install this in a sealed box to keep the water out or are they sealed pretty well? also my buddy says that i need to upgrade the exhaust to really get the advantages from the upgraded controller... is this a must?

    has anyone used the PC-V yet? opinions/feedback...




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    Re: installing Power Commander V

    what does this do exactly
    does it add power?
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    Re: installing Power Commander V

    the PCIV and PCIII both change fuel air ratios. the main advantage of the PCIV is the autotune feature. if you gonna run the stock map you will probably not notice much gains if any at all. you should get the exhaust to go with it to get the most out of it.
    the install should be the same as far as color wires. i mounted mine with velcro between the seat belts and used one of the seatbelt bolts for the ground. take both seats out and the panels underneath as well as the panel around the e brake. cut a notch in the plastic just under the 12V power adapter where the 2 panels meet to run the wires out. use wire loom to protect it. also it is a good idea to use heat shrink butt connector for the splice and dielectric grease if you plan on seeing some water.
    both are supposed to be water proof so no box needed. i have been running mine for over a year with no problems. i stays outside all hunting season and has been indirectly pressure washed numerous times. it is a pain to post the pic but go look in my gallery and you can see how i did it. i think it is a neat job.
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    Re: installing Power Commander V

    got it installed, works great even with the stock config it has a little moore get up and go. as for installation it was a breeze. i extended the ground wire and mounted it up high. programming was stupid easy.




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