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post #11 of 26 (permalink) Old 05-18-2015, 11:23 AM
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Where about's are the snorkels? I have also ordered a K&N Air filter that i will be running with the PC5 and not sure where the air snorkels are.

My plans are to run this with:

Full yoshi exhaust with no baffle
K&n Air filter
Premium fuel
And of course Cliff's map.

This sound good?

The snorkels are inside the air box. They're two small round rubber pieces that channel the air a bit once it's passed through the air filter. You can't miss them once you've opened up the air box access panel. They come out quite easily.

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Hey guys,

So I started to install the PC5 right. I managed to get the tank off but unable to untighten the allen bolt for the airhose.

I gave up and put it all back together and turned it back on. Now the engine light is on.

Now the little red clip that connects to the bottom of the tank will not lock back.

Would this be the issue?
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Hey guys,

So I started to install the PC5 right. I managed to get the tank off but unable to untighten the allen bolt for the airhose.

I gave up and put it all back together and turned it back on. Now the engine light is on.

Now the little red clip that connects to the bottom of the tank will not lock back.

Would this be the issue?
The little red clip on the fuel line? If so, yes that is an issue for sure. Don't start the bike until you've got the fuel line clamp connected correctly again.

You need a long allen tool for the air box clamps, which is a pain without. PC has a decent video showing the tank removal process, were you able to look that over? It may help a bit.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuTA...ature=youtu.be


There's also some good pics here:

Fuel Tank Removal | Ninja 650R | Magnum1.com


Good luck!

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post #14 of 26 (permalink) Old 05-24-2015, 01:44 AM
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If you can get a set ofor allen that hook upto a ratchet, you would use an extension and it will make it easier to get those bolts out.


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post #15 of 26 (permalink) Old 09-02-2015, 11:39 AM
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Contact Power Commander, I have a 2013 with Akrapovic full system and they pointed me in the right direction. Mine works great with the map they said for me to use.
I have a 2015 ER6N with Akrapovic full system Titanium. They(Power Commander) asked me to use map MI7042-003, THE ONE THEY MADE FOR LEO VINCE .Is that the map u are using as well?
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Yes that is the one I was using. This won't let me upload the one I am currently using for some reason.
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Hey guys,

So I started to install the PC5 right. I managed to get the tank off but unable to untighten the allen bolt for the airhose.

I gave up and put it all back together and turned it back on. Now the engine light is on.

Now the little red clip that connects to the bottom of the tank will not lock back.

Would this be the issue?
Its pretty much critical you get all that right otherwise you will have some issues. The red clip is the fuel line so very important! Don't run the engine until its all fixed. It may just not be clipping because you haven't pushed it onto the connector enough (hopefully)!

I bought a real long Allen key as on the later models especially that's real tricky to get to. Link at the bottom to the Allen key (3mm) I bought - only 6 and does the job really well. More than long enough!

http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/400333079000?_mwBanner=1
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hi, I have a Pc5 on a z800(2015) with an akra slipon and a BMC filter, There are no maps on their website can any one help me please
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I have a 2015 ER6N with Akrapovic full system Titanium. They(Power Commander) asked me to use map MI7042-003, THE ONE THEY MADE FOR LEO VINCE .Is that the map u are using as well?
First post, hello.

I contacted PC about the same setup and requested they upload a map for a full Akra system and they said that it's dependant on when/if the European dealers dyno an ER6N with that setup and make a map for it and I should keep checking heir website bt no immediate plans for them to do so.. They said to use a completely different map to the one you were told though. I was told to use M17-042-501 which I believe is the completely standard map they offer?

Actonite would you mind pointing out the map reference you were told to use please?
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PCV Map for Ninja 650

Hey guys, I just wanted to share my experience (and maps!) with the Power Commander for the Ninja 650. I've got a 2010, second gen, Ninja 650R. It's got an Arrow slip on exhaust and BikeMaster brand K&N style high flow air filter. I encourage you to play around with the maps available from dynojet's website and you'll see that they are absolute crap! If you are going to get a power commander, you need to go with one of two options if you want it to run perfectly: A. Get it tuned. Find a reputable dyno tech in your area and get her mapped for your bike, in your climate, for your mods, etc. This is the ideal way to ensure the bike is running as well as it can. This is why you bought the power commander is it not? B. Get the auto tune module as well. While this takes some doing, it will over time, fine tune the fuel tables to your riding style and environment.

For those who are just looking to try SOMETHING and wish to try my map, its the DynoMaster file in the attached zip file. I'm not saying the is the best map there is, but it works very well for me (As well it should, I paid for it!) and I know there isn't much out there other than generic crap. There are also all the downloaded maps from DJ website that didn't work well, but maybe you want to try anyway. They have generic names, but when you load the map into the power commander software it will tell you in the little info box what mods it was made for. There are a few named like adjust where I tried altering fuel tables in those generic downloaded maps, but didn't really even get close to the dyno'd map if you want to see them for whatever reason.

The dyno run before tuning showed max hp at 63.44 & torque at 41.93 and the after results were 67.57 and 44.07 respectively (9,000 RPM). In an environment with 90 degree F temp and 10% humidity.
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