I fitted my PCV and Autotune yesterday, it's by far the most time consuming PCV I have ever fitted, the variable trumpets, upper trumpets and complete airbox requires removal for the lower injectors.
For the upper injectors the fitting is quite easy until you try and refit the tank, there just isn't the room there for the original injector plugs to be now plugged into the male plug from the PCV.
Try as I did I just wasn't happy with the fuel tank putting pressure on the inj plugs, I would imagine a non factory may be easier as on the factory there just isnt the room for the two front cyl inj plugs and the variable trumpet plug unless your happy having the tank resting on them, so I bit the bullet and chopped them off and soldered the wires together, finishing off with adhesive lined heat shrink, much better job.
Today I set the fuel target at 13-1, the % fuel alteration at 20% and went for a run, after 50 miles the bike is running very sweet, I tend to try and do the following:
Hold throttle slightly open in 3rd at low rpm, and just let the bike run out of revs, hold it a little further open and repeat, eventually you end up with the thing on the stop.............That gets interesting!! I guess this is the same procedure as on a dyno.
I then accept the trims onto the main fuel table and alter any that look out of place as e.g 4, 5, 6, 8, 12, -15, 12, 11, 9, I would alter the -15 to 12, luckily there were no such values this time.
The bike is now running as it should throttle is seemless, NO flat spots or dips it just accelerates smoothly and progressivly, this was the 1st run, it will get better and better with subsequent runs and i'll probably raise the 13-1 a little in the lower rpm and smaller throttle openings, may also reduce it to 12.8-1 in the upper rpms and large throttle openings, very happy