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Chip or PC3?

Hi, I have recently purchaced a set Silmoto carbon slipons for my MV F4 1000s 2006 of Ebay. I would have prefered a set of RG3s but unfortunatly a bit costly for me. The question is do I get a chip, and if so whats best and where from? Or do I go for a Power Commander 3? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Or if anyone has either for sale please PM me.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-19-2009, 11:57 AM
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I had silmoto pipes & a paired chip which did not alter the crap fueling. I have since fitted a power commander & spent some time on a dyno & the fueling is transformed!

You will not beleive the transformation with a commander fitted & set up correctly.

I think i still have the silmoto chip in a fancy mv box but its not much use.
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if i lived in europe...i'd go with X81's units.
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-19-2009, 12:41 PM
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if you get the powercommander, i have a couple of maps i could send, a few of which even came from X81!

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Thanks for all your responses, it looks like it will have to be a PC3. Would love to take my bike to X81 but its a bit far and not sure if I'll have time till next year as busy with work at the moment. Thanks Greeneggs&ham for the offer of the maps I'll PM you if thats OK.
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sounds good to me, i believe i have at least 4 different maps from when i had the Sil's on my bike.

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