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F/S PC5/Autotune Akrapovic / Coffman exhausts

HI everyone,

im selling some stuff off my bike , dont ride it much so im probably selling it. below parts all have about 500 miles on them

Power commander with autotune $450 Shipped (not looking to split up)

Coffman slip on $100 shipped ( the end of the pipe where it mates o the exhuast is a little banged up from me trying to get it to fit on the FMF Header) shouldnt take much to get it to work on the stock exhaust (just get the clamp and tighten the hell out of it )

Akrapovic Slip on Mated to an FMF header $400 Shipped

(dont want to break up i had to have the exhaust inlet stretched at a local shop to get it to mate up with the header)
(header has o2 bung hole welded in it will come with a plug)

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What's the steering wheel from?
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If you end up willing to split the PC5 from the autotune I'm interested in the PC5.

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What's the steering wheel from?
it was an aftermarket wheel for the Slingshot in the background. ended up replacing it with a Sparco wheel
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If you end up willing to split the PC5 from the autotune I'm interested in the PC5.
okay , if i can get a buyer for the autotune then the pc5 is yours
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okay , if i can get a buyer for the autotune then the pc5 is yours
If he ends up not wanting the PC5 anymore, then I'm next up for the interested line! lol

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I'm interested in the Autotune. How much is it?

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I'm interested in the Autotune. How much is it?
I'm interested as well, but it looks like I arrived late to the party. LOL

@jimbo: Just curious, why do you want the auto tuner? I thought the auto tuner was useful if you ride in places where there are big changes in altitude so the air to fuel ratio changes. Is that your case? Or there are other cases in which the auto tuner is helpful?
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I'm interested as well, but it looks like I arrived late to the party. LOL

@jimbo: Just curious, why do you want the auto tuner? I thought the auto tuner was useful if you ride in places where there are big changes in altitude so the air to fuel ratio changes. Is that your case? Or there are other cases in which the auto tuner is helpful?
There are other factors. Using only the PCV module, results are limited by having to find either a (hopefully) compatible set of performance parameters to boost performance. These sets are based on popular exhaust/air filter setups, or getting a dynotune and tweaking PCV. Since air temperature and humidity is constantly changing, and wide-ranging here in the tropics, and because I want to take advantage of premium octane fuel, and since I have already modified the stock exhaust system, snagging the Autotune module mated with my PCF makes sense, to me.

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