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Old 11-11-2011, 10:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 07-08 zx6r power commander v install

I did a ton of searching and didn't find to any diy's on this topic and the pcv instructions were not that great so i thought id make a little diy, hopefully i can help some people out.




1- REMOVE PASSENGER SEAT OR COWL.


2 REMOVER FRONT SEAT

3- REMOVE TAIL FARING

4- REMOVE GAS TANK( YOU CAN LEAVE THE TANK ON OUT IT IS A PAIN IN THE BUTT IF YOU DONT HAVE SOMEONE TO HOLD IT) TO REMOVE THE TANK YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE 2 ALLEN BOLTS AT THE TOP OF THE TANK AND THE 10MM BOLT THAT HOLDS IT ON BY THE BATTERY

5 REMOVE THE AIR BOX 10 MM BOLT ON TOP OF THE AIR BOX


THERE ARE 2 SCREWS THAT HOLD THE AIR BOX ON THAT ARE UNDER THE FRAME PLUGS


*****3mm allen head*****

****3mm allen head screw***
After the this you just have to wiggle the air box off the throttle bodies to pull it out.

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once the air box is removed you can route the wires. I put the pcv in the back


7-remove injector plugs


8 remove throttle positioning sensor plug , it is located on the far right hand side of the throttle bodies under the gray plug, the tps is black in color




9- then connect the black pcv plugs to the to the oem harness



10- connect the gray pcv plugs to the injectors



11- once everything is connect hook up the ground wire



12 reassemble everything and your done

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this is my first attempt at a DIY and i did it in a rush, and i know there are typo's sorry, (facepalm)
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Old 11-12-2011, 04:31 AM   #3 (permalink)
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i didnt think those fit on the 07s
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Old 11-12-2011, 03:14 PM   #4 (permalink)
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yes the box say (07-08) so it would be the exact same thing
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Old 11-13-2011, 02:58 AM   #5 (permalink)
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whats the diff from the pc3
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whats the diff from the pc3
Reduced size from PCIIIusb (less than half of the size of PCIII)
USB powered from computer (9 volt adapter is no longer needed for programming)
2 position map switching function built in.
Gear input (allows for map adjustment based on gear and speed)
Analog input (allows user to install any 0-5 volt sensor and build an adjustment table based on its input such as boost or temperature)
With gear position input connected the PCV is capable of allowing each cylinder to be mapped individually and for each gear (for example: on a 4 cylinder bike with a six speed transmission there could be up to 24 separate fuel tables).
Unit has a -100/+250% fuel change range (up from -100/+100%). This allows more adjustment range for 8 injector sportbikes, in which you can control all 8 injectors.
10 throttle position columns (up from 9 on PCIIIusb)
Enhanced “accel pump” utility (increased adjustment and sensitivity ranges)
There are more throttle position cells on the Power Commander V than on the Power Commander III
You can specify a separate air:fuel ratio for EACH trim cell/each gear/each cylinder with the required equipment.

You've got a ton more ability for adjustment and precision tuning with pcv.
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Getting the PCV in a few weeks so this will definitely help a lot. Thanks for taking the time out to do this.... Whats your thoughts on the before and after? Any noticeable improvements on the bottom end? Of course a custom tune and bolt-ons are needed but I'm just looking for some positive reinforcement that it'll be worth the hassle. Thanks in advance.
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yes i felt overall the the powerband did pull harder. but a dyno tune will give you the most power. the main thing you need to see anykind of significat power is headers. a local tuner tuned my buddies zx10 Ivan the creater of the TRE he said to see anykind of power you need header and that after market airfilters arent worth buying it was a shock to me. I would think he knows what hes talking about hes a very well known tuner and my buddies 06 zx10 but down 177 wheel.
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In your DIY you mentioned removing the TPS plug but you didn't go on as to what to do with it. Do you just unplug it? I know with the PC3usb you have to splice a gray wire into one of the TPS wires (white/yellow I think.) Is this not required with the PCV or did you forget to post that step? I don't have a PCV so just wanted some clarification. Great write-up though...thanks for posting up.
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In your DIY you mentioned removing the TPS plug but you didn't go on as to what to do with it. Do you just unplug it? I know with the PC3usb you have to splice a gray wire into one of the TPS wires (white/yellow I think.) Is this not required with the PCV or did you forget to post that step? I don't have a PCV so just wanted some clarification. Great write-up though...thanks for posting up.

you dont have to splice anything the PCV harness has two plugs for it, one side clips into the stock harness and the other side clips into the TPS, just like what you do with all the injectors as shown in the pictures, sorry if it wasn't clear.
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