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USB Power Commander Accelerator Pump Utility

So whats this all about? Should I be using this? Is it going to screw up my custom map?

http://www.powercommander.com/accelpump.shtml

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DO NOT USE IT... you have everything you need already with that custom map...

I heard it causes more problems anything...

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What kind of problems?

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yeah, what kind of problems? haha It's something you can try, if you like it, good ifnot, turnit off and you're sweet. It doesn't do anything to your map, so you won't wreck anything. Have fun
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you shouldn't have "problems" from installing this feature on your PCIII usb...

I just believe you don't need it with a custom map.. but like birdy said you and just disenable the accel pump...

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I spoke to Dynojet, they said not to bother using it with my custom map. They said I could but it would not do much or they have not seen it do much with our bikes.

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I've been saying for awhile now that it just doesn't make any sense to use this feature IF your bike is mapped correctly. Why do you need to add extra fuel to the mix if it's mapped correctly in the first place. It's just more buttons to play with for the user. Dynojet should pull that feature off the market IMO.


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Just because it there doesn't mean you have to use it. I think it's cool that you have the option to do so even though I would have no clue as to what to adjust it to.

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Just because it there doesn't mean you have to use it. I think it's cool that you have the option to do so even though I would have no clue as to what to adjust it to.

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Say what?

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PS: I think the point here is, use it or don't... You have the choice. BFD

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I've found it useful on certain flawed ecu's. The 04/05 R1 is one such bike. There is a nasty snatch in the throttle when rolling back on mid corner due to a sudden richening up which upsets the chassis. The APJ utility can be used to remove fuel as well as add which makes it very useful on certain machines only.

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Yeo for sure............ and I have used it with some race bikes here that the guys liked it, others didn't notice. Whether or not it's in their heads or it works, it don't matter. I'd say Dynojet did it because a few other co's had a similar feature etc that they could then say "Ours has this, the PC doesn't" but anyway, it's there isyou like it, not if you don't. It doesn't change your fuel map anyway, so why worry about it? LOL
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Every racebike i've ever had already came fitted with a bank account pump jet utility. Anyone else found this feature? LOL

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Every racebike i've ever had already came fitted with a bank account pump jet utility. Anyone else found this feature? LOL
Are we still talking about the AP feature?


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