I am no expert but I believe that it adjusts how the ecu handles the performance mods that you put on...i.e. it takes advantage of the higher level of air in the intake due to your aftermarket air filter and tunes your bike accordingly
again i could be completely wrong but i believe that is the gist of it, somebody else can explain it to you in more detail if you want...and if your asking if you should get one then I would say yes
I just ordered a Leo full system, BMC filter and PCIII, so I could get better MPG then the 42 I am getting now ??
Thanks for the info D.KingYou will get less milage with those parts but, if you did that with out the pc3 you would get way less milage. I would get about 150 a tank stock. When i put my mid pipe on it went to 90 miles !! After the pc3 im now getting about 120 to 130 mile per tank.
Thanks for the info... The PC3 can only hold one map at a time ?? How hard / much time would it take to switch between two diff maps ??Hey all I been a mechanic since i was 14 not sayin i know any more about bikes than anyone else but if you get your pc3 dynoed correctly with someone with an a/f meter. If you can sweeet talk them into it they can set up an extra map for every day riding and a full out performance map. The difference is you can get way better gas mileage buy leaning it out to a safe point for long rides like going to the beach or or back and forth to work with the multifunction hub you can switch between the two on the fly ive seen 10+ miles per gallon gained by this.