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PCIII vs ?

So the bike I bought has a custom tune with a PCIII installed on a full Yosh...

I wa thinking just today about upgrading or replacing it with something else, but my question is would it really be worth it?

Are the newer PC's or BAZZAZ units significantly that much better to constitute getting a new one?
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No, wait to replace it when it fails.

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No, wait to replace it when it fails.
How do you know if it fails?
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How do you know if it fails?
I assume when the lights stop working on the PC or it starts to run abnormally...?
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How do you know if it fails?
Bike will not run right.

The PC's work great until they don't; I know that sounds jerky but I don't mean it that way. I have probably owned 10 in the past 15 years, and have had 3 or 4 that the bike ran poorly and DJ said died.

The "newer" USB units seem to work better and for longer, the older PC 2 and 3's can either work forever or be flaky right away. Run it until it stops working then replace; the differences are there but not enough to simply chuck it.

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You will notice it when it fails.......

Maybe you'll see: MIL lighti, poor running , weird throttle response , bike will go into limp mode.

Pretty clear/definite when they go bad.
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