The case for the Power Commander

tl;dr: get it

longer version:
our bikes come with some kind of map on the ecu from the factory. that map will have lean spots and rich spots at a variety of throttle settings. It's close, but it's a lot more about emissions than proper mix (which will give you both power and longevity). By getting a power commander and getting it mapped on a dyno, you get the bike set up so that it runs optimally with your mods (or even stock, it will be a better torque curve everywhere). 

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