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Got my PCV from DynoJet yesterday and have my ProDesign K&N kit ready to go on. Installed my TrailTech Vapor and aluminum mount with ignition relocation lastnight, looks super clean! Now to find an exhaust setup and a Dyno in town. Was hoping to get this installed before going riding this weekend but may just jump on all of this next week and take it easy till then. Any gotchas on the PCV install that I should know about or is it all pretty straightforward?

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There are 2 plugs that can be connected wrong, make sure they are correct before you connect the ground wire and apply power to the PCV. Check out YouTube if you are not familiar with the FI on the Raptor.
 

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Woohoo! The pcv install is relatively simple. It is possible to get the throttle position sensor and the fuel pressure sensor mixed up so watch out for that. I believe mr cuervo racing has a video on youtube that may help you

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There are 2 plugs that can be connected wrong, make sure they are correct before you connect the ground wire and apply power to the PCV. Check out YouTube if you are not familiar with the FI on the Raptor.
Caught me sleeping on the keyboard! Lol

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Just watched MrCuervos video, lots of good info and reference, will definitely watch that when I do the install.

On a side note, I have my Vapor tach wire wrapped around the ignition coil wire and the RPMs look fine in the garage, but I've read some old posts, circa 2012, that it can be erratic with the wire wrap and that it needs to be run into the orange wire on the coil, is that still the case for a 2020 raptor with a new Vapor install?
 

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Just watched MrCuervos video, lots of good info and reference, will definitely watch that when I do the install.

On a side note, I have my Vapor tach wire wrapped around the ignition coil wire and the RPMs look fine in the garage, but I've read some old posts, circa 2012, that it can be erratic with the wire wrap and that it needs to be run into the orange wire on the coil, is that still the case for a 2020 raptor with a new Vapor install?
I have that wire from my Vapor wrapped around the wire against the coil, and have had no problems so far on my 2020.
I also put 2 zipties side by side to hold the wire in place.
Everything seems to be working as it should.
I also removed one of the rotor bolts and replaced it with the magnetic bolt for the speedometer.
Then drilled a hole in the plastic rotor guard to mount the sensor.
I have yet to check it against gps, but it seems very close with 1775 entered for the 4 digit setting number.
 

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I have that wire from my Vapor wrapped around the wire against the coil, and have had no problems so far on my 2020. I also removed one of the rotor bolts and replaced it with the magnetic bolt for the speedometer. Then drilled a hole in the plastic rotor guard to mount the sensor. I have yet to check it against gps, but it seems very close with 1775 entered for the 4 digit setting number.
That is exactly what I did almost step by step, even for the tire size. Makes me feel way better!
 

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Same issue with my voyager. Might have to check out the older posts.
 
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Guys i had to tap into that orange wire on the coil for it to work consistently as its supposed to. Couple ways to do it, i opted to go with this lil guy so i didnt have to cut anything. Available at any auto parts store

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So you put that crimp on the TrailTech wire, and plugged it on to the coil?
Or crimped on to the red wire going to the coil?
I was about to drink a beer and do important things(change grips), and you have to get all techy and make me use my brain. I thought I was done with that for the day, lol.
 

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So you put that crimp on the TrailTech wire, and plugged it on to the coil?
Or crimped on to the red wire going to the coil?
I was about to drink a beer and do important things(change grips), and you have to get all techy and make me use my brain. I thought I was done with that for the day, lol.
Hahaha, that makes my day. It has a spot for 1 male blade (the coil itself) and 2 female receptors (orange coil wire, and new female end you put on the trail tech red wire)

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That’s exactly what I did with mine. Not sure if my tach is actually working anymore though. My unit has been through years of abuse and really I just use it for maintenance and mileage at this point, lol.
 

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Maybe this will help... if not, my pack came with 2. Pm me an address and there will be one on its way to you tomorrow
 

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What did you do!?!
I just went for a ride and my tach wont rev past 4k!!!
lmao!
Hello, I have voyaer too and the wire arround the plug wire works very good for about 3 years so far, and it your tach wont work more than 4k its because you have some setting wrong in you voyager, its an easy fix, cant remember exactly how it is, but its just in the config options, let me know if you didnt fix it yet, and I will take a look on mine when I can to help you.
And GPS speed works much more accurate than the sensor in the wheel, thats my experience, have both but I use the GPS speed.
 
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