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    I'm going to start saving to get the Q5 intake for my bike and I will need to have it retuned, already having the sideburner exhaust and Powerpro5. I want someone who knows these bikes well that can dyno tune it. I don't mind a little drive to get this done either. I'm live in the Canton area. Thanks for the help fellas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddan109R View Post
    I'm going to start saving to get the Q5 intake for my bike and I will need to have it retuned, already having the sideburner exhaust and Powerpro5. I want someone who knows these bikes well that can dyno tune it. I don't mind a little drive to get this done either. I'm live in the Canton area. Thanks for the help fellas.
    Never heard of that, is it new?


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    If you go to www.meancycles.com and type in the search Q5 intake it will show you it. I was trying to copy and paste the link but it wouldn't work? I want the chrome of course. It's expensive but I think it looks cool as hell.

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    Oh wait, you must be referring to the powerpro? I think I got that wrong, its power commander 5 isn't it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddan109R View Post
    Oh wait, you must be referring to the powerpro? I think I got that wrong, its power commander 5 isn't it.
    Lol yeah. I figured as much, but it's my nature to call ppl out lol. Myself, a fan of the power pro. No tuning needed. More money for other goodies


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    Your saying I won't need a retune with adding those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddan109R View Post
    Your saying I won't need a retune with adding those?
    Correct. Power pro auto tunes. A lot of ppl run them including me


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    I must of read it wrong somewhere then? Good deal, onto the next upgrade!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddan109R View Post
    I must of read it wrong somewhere then? Good deal, onto the next upgrade!
    Before I installed the Power Pro I spent $1000+ on dyno tuning my PC-3. I know that it was my ignorant a$$ that kept getting it dyno'd but I kept thinking.... "where is this 128 hp other owners are touting?"
    I gave up and figured it best to get the PP and be done with it.

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    ok, so i'm a bit lost here, or maybe a little retarded? I do have the PC5 and want to install the Q5 intakes. Will i need a dyno tune for that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddan109R View Post
    I'm going to start saving to get the Q5 intake for my bike and I will need to have it retuned, already having the sideburner exhaust and Powerpro5. I want someone who knows these bikes well that can dyno tune it. I don't mind a little drive to get this done either. I'm live in the Canton area. Thanks for the help fellas.
    I am also looking to get the Q5's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddan109R View Post
    ok, so i'm a bit lost here, or maybe a little retarded? I do have the PC5 and want to install the Q5 intakes. Will i need a dyno tune for that?
    It's up to you whether you get a custom dyno tune or just down load a basic map that is designed for similar mods. Personally I would get everything done to the bike that I was planning then get it dyno'd by a reputable tuner in your area. Maps are generally free but a custom tune will run you between $250-$350.

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    Big-B is referring to the cobra Power pro autotuner it is a fuel management system that reads off the crank and adjust air fuel mixture. So it tunes itself. What you have is a pc5 that you can down load maps off of there web sit or have it dyno tuned (a map made for your bike). But they (Power commander) also sales a autotuner that goes in your head pipes and it to tunes it's self by the exhaust gases which is a better tune. If you go that way get the one with 2 O2 sensors. Are rear jug runs richer or thiner can't remember I'm sure Matt can tell you. That would be the way to go instead of buying a new unit or spending all the money on a dyno tune. Just my 2 cents.

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