Since the OP there have been some changes to the PVCX because of how Indian constantly updates ECU info. They no longer come with stock tunes to choose from. And the set up instructions are outdated and a dog's breakfast that now go nowhere.
For anyone putting one on a Scout, here's my experience. (Get used to the 1980s low res LCD interface) The setup instructions say to connect to the bike and turn on ignition (the unit will write itself an INFO file). The unit will report on four possible file states relating to what files it finds. It will now say File State 1, no files found, and ask you to connect the unit to a Dynojet site. Once there you upload the INFO file and 'supposedly' the site will give you the tune file. It wont have any files for you. The end. Here's the fix. The top button is the menu button but it doesn't do anything in the File State page. (They don't tell you this) Hit the bottom button to clear the File State screen, then you can go into the menu. (They don't tell you this) Go to VEHICLE TOOLS and then choose READ ECM. The unit will get the stuff it needs. (They don't tell this this either) Disconnect from bike and connect to computer. The unit now has the INFO file and a stk file. It's these files that either Dynojet or FuelMoto need to set up your custom DJT tune file. I bought mine from Fuel Moto and it was a matter of emailing the files to them. When you get the tune file back connect PVCX to bike. Go into menu and to DEVICE TOOLS, DEVICE INFO, PAIR WITH VEHICLE. This locks the unit to this bike only. Go to MAIN MENU, FLASH TUNE and pick the .DJT file you received. It will take 15 minutes to flash. Once done, turn off ignition for a minute. Disconnect and ride. Don't bother wiping the smile off your face because of how the bike feels.
From Woodrising (no, nobody else has heard of it either) Rides a Springfield Dark Horse