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Exclamation Power commander question

I am a proud owner of a 2005 model. I have already put a Devil silencer, DHB mushrooms, carbon front fender, double buble visor and now its time for a power commander. They told me to put a REMUS power commander but i dont know if its as good as a Dynojet PCIII.

Any advice??
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I like the dynojet. Plus thats what all the people i know have and no complaints

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Dynojet I believe everyone uses and seems to love. I want of me own...
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I knew Yoshi made a PC but not Remus... Personaly I would stick with Dynojet, more places to get it tuned and I would think more support.

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I knew Yoshi made a PC but not Remus... Personaly I would stick with Dynojet, more places to get it tuned and I would think more support.

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I knew Yoshi made a PC but not Remus... Personaly I would stick with Dynojet, more places to get it tuned and I would think more support.

Jason
I had the full yosh cfcone so I was lookin into the yoshi part to go with it when I spoke with a employee from yosh he actually directed me to jus go with dynojet. I guess thats gotta meam somethin so thats what I went with and was very happy with it. Things to compare How much tech support the companys offer, how many shops are close by that can custom map/tune your bike for the application dynojet/remus. Not sure how the remus hooks up but dyno jet is not that hard to install. Good luck on your mod
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