I recently installed a Power Commander on my 2019 Svartpilen 701, Motosport sent the 2107 KTM Duke 690 model because they are compatible and Dynojet has not produced one for the Svart yet. After installing and dyno tuning the motorcycle, I found that this module does not work with the stock O2 sensor to adjust for elevation. Even with the auto tune addition, the user has to log and re-map the Power Commander to correct air fuel ratios. Save your time and money and buy a Rapid Bike ECU programmer instead, I wish I would have!
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Bought this with the dynojet auto tune and they work great together. Made tuning easy after I put true duels on my 2010 Street Glide
Easy install an after i downloaded the map i saw instance performance
Works great, maps are easy to load and the install only took about an hour
16 xsr900. Removed cat and stock muffler and put on a M4 pipe. Very common upgrade for this bike and assumed there would be a program for this upgrade, there was not. The list for tuners in my area has only turned up one that is about 2 hours away and I do not live in a small town/state. Bottom line: Check the tunes available for your bike and verify the “local tuning centers” are still tuning and will tune your specific bike.
Super easy installation, a lot easier to use than previous moddles, added a good bit of power
It was easy to install and works perfect. If you have done upgrades and need a better tune than a stock tune this is the way to go.
This item doesn't have the ability to adjust ignition timing from what I read. It has the oxygen sensor removal resistor plug ins for both sensors and is meant to be used without the factory oxygen sensors. I installed it on a 16 Harley low rider S 110 ci bike. It came with the stock map and the bike ran just like normal after installation. The bike at that time was all stock. Wiring harness and unit location allowed for just the right amount of room for installation and fitment of the extra harness and plugs x2 in that left side ecu housing. It is a bit tight, but with proper routing it fits in perfectly.
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Question asked by Thom
Question:Q: Will this fit a 2018 Triumph Speedmaster...it's the same frame and engine as the BobberQuestion asked Over 5 months ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 5 months agoAnswer: A: You're right. Both the 2017 to 2019 Triumph Bonneville Bobber, and the 2018 and '19 Speedmaster can use the Dynojet Power Commander V, Dynojet part number 21-023.
If you order the Power Commander V for a 2018 Bobber, it will fit your 2018 Speedmaster.
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Question:Q: I have a 16 cbr 1000 rr I put a sc slip on exhaust, it is definitely idleing more rough and don’t have as much power as when I had the stock muffler on it , will this truly wake my bike up ???Question asked Over 6 months ago
Question answered by ChoweUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered Over 6 months agoAnswer: A: Yes this will make a difference on your bike depending on the selected settings. You may want to take your bike to a mechanic if the bikes is not running correctly.
Question asked by Sean717
Question:Q: If I have a 2006 600rr with a yoshimura rs5 slip on and eventually plan to install a BMC street filter with no way to download maps will the auto tune still be beneficial as far as noticeable gains and overall performance?Question asked Over 6 months ago
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Question:Q: Can this lower the power on it toQuestion asked Over 7 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered Over 7 months agoAnswer: A: The Power Commander is used to adjust fuel/air ratio on a fuel injected bike. I guess in a rudimentary way it could "lower the power" by making the system overly rich, but this is not recommended.
Question asked by Walker636
Question:Q: I have a 2005 zx6r do you think this will improve its performance by much??Question asked Over 7 months ago
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Question:Q: Is this fuel and timing or just fuel?Question asked Over 8 months ago
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Question:Q: I order a dynojet commander 5 for my 2002 vtx1800c honda do i have to install and oc sencer. i have up-grade to vince hinde pipes & kn air filterQuestion asked Over 9 months ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 9 months agoAnswer: A: The Dynojet Power Commander 5 will function either with or without the Oxygen (O2) sensor.
The stock exhaust systems are designed to meet the emissions and noise-level restrictions set in place by most federal, state, and local authorities, and laws vary from state to state. It’s important that everyone check with local laws to understand what changes to your stock exhaust system are permitted.
Most after-market exhaust parts are lighter weight than the originals from the manufacturers. Most after-market exhaust parts allow the exhaust to flow more freely, and with reduced back pressure, and thereby improve performance. Performance improvements might be achieved with higher horse power and top end speed, or tuned for better low-end torque and quicker acceleration.
Allowing the exhaust to flow with less restriction usually demands adjusting and retuning of the fuel/air system, whether it is carbureted or fuel injected. In many cases, you might not know whether or not adjustment or retuning is needed until after you installed the new exhaust and taken it out for test-ride.
Fuel injection systems are usually electronically controlled. Adjusting and tuning fuel injection systems usually require a fuel management system.
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Question:Q: My bike is a 2018 GSXR1000R (Specifically the "R" Edition). It says this PC5 fits my bike, However on the DynoJet website there is no maps for my bike and my local powersports store cannot find a Power Commander for my bike year/model. Will this Fit?Question asked Over 9 months ago
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 9 months agoAnswer: A: Power Commander only has the part listed for the non "R" model currently.
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Question:Q: Is this all I would need for remapping the fuel If I installed a full exhaust system?Question asked Over 9 months ago
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Question:Q: How do you, and what kind of fuel maps are the for a 1998 gsxr 750 sradQuestion asked Over 12 months ago
Question answered by MichaelUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 12 months agoAnswer: A: The 98 GSX-R is a carburated bike, you will want to look for Dynojet jet kit, as you will not be using a power commander on the GSX-R line until 00.