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Question Any Experience out there... PCIII vs Wiseco vs Two Bros Fuel Controllers

I know PC3 is everybody's favorites (since I searched and didn't find any info here regarding Wiseco Fuel Management or Two Brother's Fuel controllers). . . . anyone out there have any real-world experience using Wiseco or 2Bros? Trying to smooth out my '04 919, and more importantly to my wife, get rid of THE STINK, lol. Any comments appreciated. Thanks guys & gals!

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As mentioned in the other thread, the PCIII will not fix the stink.

That's entirely due to physics of where the exhaust exit is located high and behind the rider. The vortex of air that the rider, and even worse, the passenger, create is the problem. It sucks all the exhaust air up and back towards your passenger, your backpack, you, etc.

Move the exhaust down to a 900rr setup like several have done on here and that eliminates your problem.

Get the PCIII to get a proper dyno tune on your bike and/or smooth out the throttle. That's about all it is for.

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As mentioned in the other thread, the PCIII will not fix the stink.

That's entirely due to physics of where the exhaust exit is located high and behind the rider. The vortex of air that the rider, and even worse, the passenger, create is the problem. It sucks all the exhaust air up and back towards your passenger, your backpack, you, etc.

Move the exhaust down to a 900rr setup like several have done on here and that eliminates your problem.

Get the PCIII to get a proper dyno tune on your bike and/or smooth out the throttle. That's about all it is for.
Thanks for the input! I thought possibly getting the niner to run a little more lean would help. Also, I've got an '04, so thought getting one of the later-model mid-pipes with the cat in it could help. Really hate to move the exhaust.. those dual Yoshi's look realll nice where they are

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Thanks for the input! I thought possibly getting the niner to run a little more lean would help. Also, I've got an '04, so thought getting one of the later-model mid-pipes with the cat in it could help. Really hate to move the exhaust.. those dual Yoshi's look realll nice where they are
I made a suggestion a long time ago about the stink, but I don't know if anyone gave it a 2nd thought.

If you were to make an elbow that would go on the tip of the exhaust and point the tip down and to the outside, it should catch enough wind to not crawl back up to the riders.

A simple slip over alum elbow about 30deg should do the trick.

I haven't tested this because I don't get the stink, maybe because of the cat or a bad nose

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