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Power Commander V and Auto Tune install

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Has anyone installed a PCV and Auto Tune on the 1200 yet? I'm curious if I need to weld a bung hole for the O2 sensor, or if I could remove the stock ones installed and use them instead. I'm not too sure if there's a size difference, hence why I'm asking.

 

Obviously it would be great if I could use the already existing hole. I don't feel like going to a muffler joint to have someone cut one for me.

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On 3/28/2018 at 10:39 AM, elfreako said:

Has anyone installed a PCV and Auto Tune on the 1200 yet? I'm curious if I need to weld a bung hole for the O2 sensor, or if I could remove the stock ones installed and use them instead. I'm not too sure if there's a size difference, hence why I'm asking.

 

Obviously it would be great if I could use the already existing hole. I don't feel like going to a muffler joint to have someone cut one for me.

I had two done on my 5 Gen catless headers so I could use the auto tune feature of my Rapid Bike module. It cost me $40 for two bungs to be put on. Although it would depend on where the bungs need to go, as the headers I brought in were off the bike, I’d imagine it wouldn’t be too painful for them to do.

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Found this on the Power Commander website: http://www.powercommander.com/powercommander/products/AutoTune/powercommander_autotune.aspx

"  To use these kits your exhaust must have an 18mm bung installed "

 

And came across the following from the service manual, which I'm hoping should be accurate and fit. All I would need to do would be to close up one of the holes once fitted.

 

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I think the OEM sensors are located in the two collectors, so using one of those positions would not give you readings from the whole engine.  That's usually the case, anyway.

 

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