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Got a PCV for my 09 600RR, can I change on the fly?

Haven't been able to play with anything yet, planning on installing this weekend. I have a 2009 600RR with an FMF slip-on. I know that I'm likely going to simply enrich the fuel mixture for more power, but do you have the ability to essentially set the bike to run close to what it does stock?

I'm getting almost 50 mpg and since I commute 4 days a week on it, I'd like to try to keep numbers like that. Problem is I'd love to get my power out of this thing too, so I understand economy will suffer.

Is there the ability to adjust on the fly so I can have a canyon map, commute map, and a track map? I'm brand new to Power Commanders, so before I even opened up the manual and got down and dirty, I wanted to just check in with you guys first since you know this info better than manuals seem to describe it.

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Wow, I already got an answer from Youtube. Should have realized. I get 2 maps! Hooray!

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Wow, I already got an answer from Youtube. Should have realized. I get 2 maps! Hooray!
Yea I kinda read that I thought when researchin this but ya need another accessory (switch) to be able to make the on-the-fly switch I believe...Please let me know what ya think about this PC-V and is it worth it and anything you can about install, programming (with very limited knowledge on this stuff), performance gains, etc....??
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Yea I kinda read that I thought when researchin this but ya need another accessory (switch) to be able to make the on-the-fly switch I believe...Please let me know what ya think about this PC-V and is it worth it and anything you can about install, programming (with very limited knowledge on this stuff), performance gains, etc....??
Thanks in advance!
Finished installation today, it was quite laborious as getting everything moved out of the way and propped up in my situation was a pain. I'll try to put a fuel map on tomorrow and let you know how it is.

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