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Power Commander for EPA Regs Coming?
« on: February 19, 2004, 08:59:36 PM »

I've been kinda focused on the EPA thing lately. I'm wondering if I should go with the power commander or alternative (in lieu of dealer reflash) so that if/when regs/complaince/ enforcement issues arrive, I can change pipes, air filter, and ECM back to stock in my garage (thus not depend on dealer). I really do not want to do this (I really don't want to tinker) as I will not be doing any engine mods or future exhaust mods (they are more than loud enough for me).

How difficult slip-fits come off? How difficult air filter back to stock? What does ECM recal involve with power commander? Any lap-top do it?
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Re: Power Commander for EPA Regs Coming?
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2004, 10:02:01 PM »

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I've been kinda focused on the EPA thing lately. I'm wondering if I should go with the power commander or alternative (in lieu of dealer reflash) so that if/when regs/complaince/ enforcement issues arrive, I can change pipes, air filter, and ECM back to stock in my garage (thus not depend on dealer). I really do not want to do this (I really don't want to tinker) as I will not be doing any engine mods or future exhaust mods (they are more than loud enough for me).

How difficult slip-fits come off? How difficult air filter back to stock? What does ECM recal involve with power commander? Any lap-top do it?



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Re: Power Commander for EPA Regs Coming?
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2004, 01:26:20 AM »

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Re: Power Commander for EPA Regs Coming?
« Reply #3 on: February 23, 2004, 01:36:38 AM »

No sooner than I made this post, I picked up the March edition of American Iron and Dynojet's Power Commander IIIr is featured! Then when I was at the ocean this weekend there was a cable show featuring Dynojet!  :D

Quote from the article. "You're loking to get some more HP, so you punch your EFI-fed twin cam out to 95" and bolt on a freer-flowing air cleaner, a set of hot cams, a pair of great pipes. But instead of getting a fire-breather, you end up with an engine that pops, farts, and stumbles its way down the road."
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