Yes it does thanks. In that regards, is the PCV better at managing fuel?
Better? I'm not sure that I'm qualified to answer that question, since I don't have the PCV. But, from the literature and all the forum postings relating to the PCV, I gather that, with a computer and a USB cable, you can go in and virtually re-write the whole fuel allocation map, from too lean to too rich, IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING.
In reality, it seems that most of the guys end up downloading an online custom map, which may or may not be available for your particular set-up, or they buy expensive dyno time and hope that the "dyno guru's" can get it right.
So, better? In my opinion, no. With the addition of custom after-market pipes and air-intake systems, your bike will, most assuredly, require more than OEM fuel at ALL
points in the powerband, and the Fi2000 provides that; in a straight-forward, 3-pot, easy-to-adjust, no-maps-to-download, real-time adjustable, format.
I have the Fi2000R, backed-up by an AFR Gauge (I think I'm the only one on the forum with one of these) which allows me to closely and continuously monitor my air-fuel ratio and I can tell you that the Fi2000R does a fantastic job of optimizing the mix for best performance.
Hope this helps.