... I used a Cobra PowerPro for 11,000 miles., and I HATED IT! It would be fine for people who do not ride their bikes hard or not care for performance. I wanted my bike to be peak and run consistently all the time. The other unit felt different everyday and/or on gas changes. At this point with this unit, my bike feels like a performance cruiser. She accelerates fast, I can speed past cars on highways from 70mph to 100mph FAST and without downshifting. Perfect in all gear ranges and speed ranges. I get about 50 mpg when cruising 50-60mph, and 40 mpg speeding 70-80mph. about 43mpg on average. I have my bike to be a little lean in cruise rpm and richer on the highway speeds. ;-)
Dave, Make sure it is PC5 WITH IGNITION CONTROL. If it does not have the Ignition Control, your better off buying a new one with it. I strongly suggest you DO NOT buy used electronic parts as they could have been easily damaged by the previous owner. There is more connectors then other units as it has better control of your bike. The hardest thing is you do have to remove the tank (you can easily disconnect the speedo and holding bolt by the seat and then you fit the tank up and turn 90 degrees and rest on a stool or bench. You do not have to unhook the fuel lines. Follow their clear directions and you will be fine. I did this for the first time and it was not hard. You can use a computer to upload and try a few different fuel maps they have on their board, or the best thing to do is just get it dyno tuned if you have all the things you want already installed. IE pipes and air filter. After that, your bike will be running perfectly… continued on next msg
hello i was directed to you by one of the forum members i am looking at buying a PC5 power commander and they told me you might be able to help me out it was off a 2010 mine is a 2011 will they be inner changeable and are they hard to operate are they plug and play? and help would be greatly appreciated.