I was just on the Power Commander V site and do not see one yet available. I know that a "Full System" would require a PCV and was just wondering when these would be available for our 300s. To get the most out of these "Full Systems" it is going to take a just right Map to make this Bike really right. As it is. This Bike stock is way to "LEAN" on the Map for a "Full System" and even a "Slip On". You need the sound insert to give it some back pressure to make it run halfway decent. And still there is the Issue of this Bike "Shutting Down" when coming to stops with the Idle Circuit or Glitch that is in the Fuel Injection system. Kawasaki R&D is working on this Issue as we speak. And assured me that they will deal with this issue as the warranty process. Just hope it will be soon so I can order my Full System and PCV...
Eventually, this is going to be one fine machine with some few tweaks and refinements. Maybe soon, my bike will be up to par soon. Hope this helps
So is that your saying is that it runs perfect as is, and all all PCV will do is give you worse MPG??I am running a decatted header with an Akra slip on, no insert and it runs better than stock everywhere. I had a single stall after a hard mountain run but no actual idle problems. A tuner will no doubt make it better but it doesn't run worse with an exhaust.
I've put the insert in and out a few times, no appreciable difference. It seems to pull quicker to the useless top end quicker without it. Torque feels identical from the basement thru the mid. I'm not getting any heavy decel popping or typical lean throttle symptoms. I'm sure it is on the lean side but not radically so.
A free flow air filter might put it over the top.
So is that your saying is that it runs perfect as is, and all all PCV will do is give you worse MPG??
I have read from several FI CBR250/Ninja 250R guys that a PCV doesnt really make a noticable change other than worse MPG.. Maybe there is some truth??
Also read that from the factory it runs lean in the low RPM and rich in the mid-high rpm, and this was done to meet EPA requirements at idle.. So maybe its just lean in the low RPM so running wise in the mid-high rpm it still does just fine?? Just an idea