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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-21-2007, 05:47 PM Thread Starter
 
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Do I need PCIII with Hamagutchi Full exhuast

Looking at buying the Hamagutchi full exhaust just curious if I will need the PCIII or no... Looks kinda difficult to install... Also does anyone have this exhaust without the PCIII? Thanks!
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To me it was easier to install than the full exhaust...imho I'd definitely get the PC3.

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I just installed this whole system over the weekend. It took me about an hour all up. Anytime you significantly change the way an engine breathes (in this case exhale) you will benefit from some sort of tune up. In our instance we can add a PC3 to adjust the fuel to air ratios. I installed the PC3 and will take it to the dyno next week. A couple of tips if I may. Use stands if you can. Both front and rear, They keep the bike stable and give you additional room under the bike to work. Remember that the #1 cylinder is on the left of the bike (if you are looking at the headlights #1 will be the farthest on your right). I have small hands so I did not have to remove the radiator clamp, but I did release the radiator from the stay so it would swing out. Before you start make sure you have a little rubbing alcohol to clean the entire pipe after you install it. Take your time and it should be no sweat. There is a write up on the board if you get stuck.

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if your dishing out the $$ for a Hama then you should go for it all and get the PCIII, you'll do nothing but gain from it.

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ummm Definitely go for the PCIII dude That is all I hear on this forum if you get a full system then definitely get a PCIII

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The PCIII is helpful even on a bone stock bike...
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if you've got the money for a full hama, might as well toss in for the PCIII. Its not that hard to install.
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Dude, get the PCIII, you don't want to risk damaging your engine because your Air Fuel ratio is all wonky.
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that should not even be a question.


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YES YES YES.

give me a call when you are ready and we'll take care of you on the HAMA and the PC3...

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