Locate the stock O2 sensor connec-
This is located under the fuel tank
near the rigth hand side of the frame.
It is a BLACK 4 pin connector.
11 Unplug the stock O2 sensor from the
main wiring harness (Fig. G).
12 Plug the Dynojet O2 controller into
the main wiring harness.F
The controller can lay on top of the
engine or be securely fastened to the
harness. Make sure it does not come
into contact with the fuel tank when it
is in place.
This bike uses a fly-by wire system, so conven-
tional tuning can not be performed for all RPM
and throttle ranges.
The GREYwire from the PCIII is attached to the
throttle blade angle sensor of the throttle bodies
which is NOTdirectly correlated to the throttle
grip position. Because of this when setting the
throttle position in the PCIII software we recom-
mend on resetting only the closed position after
the bike has completely warmed up. Use the
arrow key (<) next to CLOSED to perform this
step and then click OK. Do not try to set the
OPEN position unless you are on a dyno and
You will notice that in the maps there are not
detailed values below 10000rpm at 100% throttle
and below 9000rpm at 60-80%. This is because
the throttle blades will not open more than 60%
below this RPM range no matter how much throt-
tle input is given. Therefore this area can not be
tuned. O2 controller
All taken from the manual, downloadable from the link above
Happened to go to the dealer today, matter of fact just got back, and the topic of discussion was PCIII's cause I will be getting one once i decide what pipes I want and I asked if the one for the '06-'07 will work for the '08 and it was a big NO. The engine for the '08 is to different and the map for the '08 is different. My suggestion is to send it back.
I sent it back and got another one. I plan on getting it tuned next week. I had a dyno pull before the PCIII and it made 103whp. I will do a pull with the box tune, then another after its been dyno tuned.