Making Grand Canyon replicas from air boxes...
- Sep 2, 2006
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That's much better than requiring that ugly LCD screen, but still very expensive compared to the option on the PCV to just hook up a switch.Close but no cigar. The expensive LCD display is not needed .. but a hub and switch is. I think I paid about $120 for that.The PCIII could also take advantage of this, but you need to purchase the expensive LCD screen add-on to be able to store and switch between 2 maps. The difference is that it would be an abrupt change to the cruising map.
Good to know. There will technically be an abrupt change in fuel delivery when switching the maps, but it probably doesn't really matter if it doesn't cause anything noticeable to the rider. My concern with the automated switching is that it might cause an abrupt small change in power delivery that would cause the rider to (maybe even subconsciously) react with an abrupt small change in throttle position, which could trigger my device to switch back out of cruising mode. It's something I could definitely work around with software changes, but it would be much easier if it's not a problem to begin with.The switching between maps is immediate, but I haven't noticed anything abrupt about it.