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    Re: PCV Power Commander Release !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by beestoys View Post
    I am mapping mine in real world using the PC3 USB. But it requires me to rig my laptop and a screen capture program along with the active cell indicator and the zeitronix dashboards running side by side. Then I have to go back and replay the footage and make my corrections.
    Cool I'm doing (did) the same thing. I started with the Innovate LM2 but it turned out to be a total PoS. It froze up ALL the time and they said they had no fix for it. Waste of money. Zeitronix worked well. I record onto the Zeitronix flash chip then when I come back I review the acceleration A/F and make table adjustment as needed. Bird is tuned to "perfection" now. It runs so well I don't even use first or sixth gear any more! Don't need to. Beestoys Question: What kind of map values you end up with? I think my whole map is negative values and I cruise in the mid/low 14's and accelerate in the low 13's to high 12's

    And in general >> What's the difference between 99 and 2000 Birds and 2001 up? That they need different model PC V's. I though only difference was dash setup.

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    Re: PCV Power Commander Release !!!

    Reston
    I'm negative in a lot of areas as well. I'm set up to run in the mid to high 13's. Per Power Commanders recommendations. They typically tune to 13.8 and it's where they see the best balance if power and economy. Acceleration should be around 12.8. Also double check your numbers during fall and winter months. You may see it going back rich by a full point. It's funny but once it's set at the colder climate it compensates for the warmer climate. But for some reason it can't go the other direction. So double check your numbers during the winter months. I ride year round here so I'm not sure if you do as well.

    The difference between the 1st and 2nd gen FI's as I refer to them is the harness connection style for the injectors, MAP, Airtemp and TPS. The later went to a bull connector that allows it to separate from the main harness.
    Last edited by beestoys; 09-24-2019 at 8:27 PM.
    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
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    Re: PCV Power Commander Release !!!

    WOW bet thay sell bucket loads

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    Re: PCV Power Commander Release !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by beestoys View Post
    It's funny but once it's set at the colder climate it compensates for the warmer climate. But for some reason it can't go the other direction.
    I'd speculate it's because a tune that's right on when cooler will get richer as it gets warmer. I did the opposite. I tuned mine a hair rich for the hot humid weather (much of the season in the Wash DC area) because it just seems to run smoother and pull better that way. And it's still happy (although a bit leaner) as the weather cools.

    My Bird goes to bed for the winter when days get in the low 50's. I can't enjoy a sportbike with layers of winter gear on.... '06 Stratoliner with a giant shield is my winter ride

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    Re: PCV Power Commander Release !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by stone View Post
    WOW bet thay sell bucket loads
    When they release the 99 2k version I'll be picking one up. Word I got was probably sometime next year but it is coming
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    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
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    Re: PCV Power Commander Release !!!

    Did you get a part #? I don't see it listed on the website. Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by beestoys View Post
    Agreed Cobra
    I found out when a Netherlands rider said he had already bought a V for his bird and was running it. Hence my call to Dynojet to ask if it was available. And the resulting answer that it was being released

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    Re: PCV Power Commander Release !!!

    DH
    I'd give them a call it was there couple months back but I don't see it now. I'll give them a call as well and see what they tell me.
    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
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    Re: PCV Power Commander Release !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by dhrc51 View Post
    Did you get a part #? I don't see it listed on the website. Thanks
    Inquiry sent dhrc
    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
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    Re: PCV Power Commander Release !!!

    dhrc the part number for the PCV for 01 to 06 BB's is 16-082
    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
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    Re: PCV Power Commander Release !!!

    Fantastic. Thanks !! U-Rock!!


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    Re: PCV Power Commander Release !!!

    No problem
    I just checked the site and it won't come up with a search so my suggestion would be to call them and order it with the sales rep there.
    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
    road has 1100 curves in 95 miles.

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    Re: PCV Power Commander Release !!!

    Also there wasn't any date for the fist gen FI's. Still so probably as stated the last time I asked. Next year hoping earlier the better.
    Route 191 formerly Route 666 Some say that this section of the
    road has 1100 curves in 95 miles.


 
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