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Is it worth the money to install this (power commander)on my King quad?? Is there that much of a difference?? (curious):huh:

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Everybody that I've heard that has installed one loves it. That's always been on sport quads though. I would imagine it would give you improvement.

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it will give you gains for sure.. when you put on an aftermarked intake and exhaust ( or even taking out your sparky) your going to need to add more fuel.. or you will be running lean, and damaging you engine... the pc will give you full control of the fuel curves.. totally adjustable.. and if your interested in the pc the best place and cheapest is

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$259 shipped. thats where i got mine.. they will even put a map on it with your mods... but one thing to consider is that if you really don't plan on going into the motor you will be fine with a dobeck controller.. such as an hmf etc... to completely dial in a pc it should but installed on your bike then adjusted on a dyno.. you can get in the ball park with other peoples maps but never right on.. got to remember every bike is different..

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Thanks guys, but it' s too bad cause here in canada it costs 399.99$ I'm looking everyday on ebay for a cheaper one they are around 290.00$ to 300.00$ the same.....but i know in the long run i will get one!!

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