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    danf1234
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    Power Commander

    Can a PC3 loose its settings while it is on the bike and revert back to the base map? I assume it is fed off the battery.

    The reason I ask is because I started the bike after a 1.5 month lay off and it was back firing quite a bit, which it didn't do when it was remapped.

    I have a back up CD of the map so its not an issue, was just wondering more than owt else!!!

    (And yes I am starting to wish I had just left it alone)

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    Dan mate, as far as i'm aware (asked Dynojet themselves) disconnecting the battery all together will not affect the map stored on the PC111. Dunno how/why but it just stays on it. You have to manually over-ride the installed map to clear it.....clever wee things!!.................

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    Good news. So I wonder why the bloody thing had flames coming out of the exhausts LOL

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    Pass on that one dude.........bet it looked good though ! !.....

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    It look mental, trouble is I am more worried about the damage it is causing.

    Ahhh Feck it, it will do for scaring old ladies!!!

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    Quality bud.......

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    What was the weather like when you had the map done Dan? When I had mine mapped I was told, and as Aus has said when getting his mapped, the ambient temperature/humidity of the day you have it mapped does make a difference.

    I was out on mine yesterday and it was popping on the over run far more than usual, but i'd hazard a guess it was down to the fact that it was getting a healthy dose of cold fresh air which would affect the air/fuel and hence the popping.

    Some people would pay good money to have flames

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    danf1234
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    It was a red hot summers day.

    When I tried it was a freezing cold damp day.

    Therefore there maybe some mileage in what you are saying!!!

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