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Autotune for Power Vision is a built-in feature inside the device itself that is free of charge. Autotune gives you the capability to perform closed-loop tuning of the Power Vision so you can further enhance your motorcycle's calibration. Power Vision is a ECM flash tuning device, so the adjustments are calculated real-time in the Power Vision, this allows you to review the changes and either accept or ignore them, before flashing the updated tune to the bike's ECM. There are two versions of Autotune for the Power Vision - Basic and Pro.
Autotune Basic: This is included for FREE with the Power Vision. It utilizes the stock narrow-band oxygen sensors that come equipped on the motorcycle. With a few simple clicks of the Power Vision's touch-screen, you can perform real-time data-logging and calibration to your Power Vision. Works with all 2001 - 2013 models equipped with factory oxygen sensors.
Autotune Pro: If you want to tune like a pro and get serious about developing a safe, efficient, and powerful tune, then you need Autotune Pro. It requires the purchase of this Autotune Pro accessory kit, and it includes a control module, two wide-band oxygen sensors, cables, and everything needed for installation.
Plugs directly into the Power Vision with a single cable.
Includes 18 mm O2 sensors and power connector that plugs into the bike's harness.
Provides real time AFR feedback to the Power Vision.
Allows for semi-automated fuel corrections.
User can specify what air / fuel ratio to make each RPM and throttle position % combination.
Makes it possible to adjust cruise for best fuel economy as well as larger throttle openings for peak power.
Base settings included for air / fuel ratios, but are fully adjustable if need be.
Made in the U.S.A.
Note: Because of possible clearance issues, some aftermarket exhaust systems may require modifications or relocation of their sensor bungs.