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    Posted: 13 Feb 2014 at 18:33
Can anypne please help me? I have a PC3r fitted to my GSXR1000 K1 (The Daddy) and it's given her a new lease of life. I have recently bought (of eBay) a Dynojet QS push rod style which according to the seller was fitted to his PC3. Having finally found the correct link bar for it upon attempting to fit the said QS, I have just noticed that the connectors do not match.....at all.
Does anyone know how I can fit it please? Can I tap into a couple of the wires for the PC unit? (Obviously the correct ones and not just whichever take my fancy)
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Off ebay, damned predictive text again.
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He probably had a Pc3 usb. The QS connection is not the same and will not fit a Pc3 or Pc3r
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Yep think it only works with pc3 USB or pcv USB


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Originally posted by redratbike redratbike wrote:

Yep think it only works with pc3 USB or pcv USB
 
I'm afraid so.
 
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Thank you for the responses but I relented in the end and bought mesen a PC3 USB (which I now know is what I should've bought in't fost place) that is now on its way to me, whoop whoop. Bring on the power commanding, quick shifting gear changes without rolling of the throttle out of every corner I can muster starting at Snetterton on the 24th of March with Stew, Heath and Rich(?????) and maybe Cas(??). Yeah baby, yeah. I don't know about you, but I chuffin love motorbiking. Big smile

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wondering.. if the PC /bazzaz has Traction Control feature.. will it works? as i recall it wont work on rsv-rsvr
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Originally posted by Kamm Matt Kamm Matt wrote:

wondering.. if the PC /bazzaz has Traction Control feature.. will it works? as i recall it wont work on rsv-rsvr
 
You can fit a Bazzaz to an Rsv/Tuono that is post 06 according to their website.  Albeit a crude form of traction control based on rpm and not wheel speed. But I would have to ask why on a 125 ish HP bike which doesn't really have the power to justify having it.
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Originally posted by Spoonz Spoonz wrote:

Originally posted by Kamm Matt Kamm Matt wrote:

wondering.. if the PC /bazzaz has Traction Control feature.. will it works? as i recall it wont work on rsv-rsvr
 
You can fit a Bazzaz to an Rsv/Tuono that is post 06 according to their website.  Albeit a crude form of traction control based on rpm and not wheel speed. But I would have to ask why on a 125 ish HP bike which doesn't really have the power to justify having it.
I don't know, Spoonz, I managed to highside my Gen 1 a few times when racing, so traction control wudda saved me some soiled pants!! Two moments strick in my mind, Chris curve at Cadwell, where I stayed on but ended up going through Gooseneck and down to Mansfield ont grass, praying there'd be no rabbit holes, and exiting Coppice at Donington, when to this day, I don't know how I stayed on, but I impressed the marshalls, who came trackside to clap/bow as I came round ont slow down lap!! ClapEmbarrassed
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Originally posted by foxy foxy wrote:

I don't know, Spoonz, I managed to highside my Gen 1 a few times when racing, so traction control wudda saved me some soiled pants!! Two moments strick in my mind, Chris curve at Cadwell, where I stayed on but ended up going through Gooseneck and down to Mansfield ont grass, praying there'd be no rabbit holes, and exiting Coppice at Donington, when to this day, I don't know how I stayed on, but I impressed the marshalls, who came trackside to clap/bow as I came round ont slow down lap!! ClapEmbarrassed
 
Racing is a bit different as you are on the limit 90% of the time. I guess you can high side anything really if your trying hard enough with big lean angles but does anyone try that hard on the road to need it.
 
If your packing a 180bhp plus modern superbike maybe it will spin up on power alone but can't see it with an rsv.
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I totally agree, Spoonz, I ride steady now , but I still see people thrashing about on bikes ont road. Like you say, you can highside owt if you try hard enough.
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agree with u spoonz...

cuz many mechanics/tuners in here.. kept saying that.. rsvr below 06 model.. can be fitted with PC/Bazzaz that has TC feature.. as far as i knew.. there's no TC on 04/05 model rsvr.. that's why im asking in this thread  :)

plus yup for roadbike that has 120ponies it's not necessary to have TC
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Originally posted by Kamm Matt Kamm Matt wrote:

plus yup for roadbike that has 120ponies it's not necessary to have TC
 
It might have saved me a broken ankle - tapped on the power exiting a corner just as the back wheel hit a damp drain cover Confused flicked me off, then the footpeg attacked my ankle.
 
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yup.. if my 04 can have the TC feature its my pleasure to use it too  :))
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Hi, modern traction controls on modern bikes are far superior than a Rsv fitted with an aftermarket traction control.
When you ride these latest bikes you realise how sofisticated they are like rbw and all the rest.
Spoonz I agree there ain't no need and it would be too crude compared to these modern bikes that'd need them.
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