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The Power Commander V is an evolutionary design that takes the capabilities of the previous Power Commander III USB and builds on those in a simple, easy to use manner. Smaller than the previous version, with the PC-V the user may make fuel value adjustments without the bike running or needing a 9V power supply. The PCV now makes it possible to build maps for each cylinder along with ignition timing adjustment. With the ability to store two maps on the device, it becomes possible to have one set for cruising economy and another set for outright performance, just add a simple handlebar-mounted map switch for instant map selection.

Dynojet has also included the ability to add their AutoTune module for on-the-fly fuel mapping. With this, you may precisely trim your bike’s map based on the fuel used and atmospheric conditions - as you ride.

Call TJ at 866.931.6644 ext 817 to get one of these devices sent your way today. You can also email us with any questions you may have – send those to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with the subject line PCV and we’ll get back to you right away.

Everything you need to set up your bike is included in one box: clear instructions, USB cable, PC-V, software CD-ROM, Velcro strips for securing the Power Commander and stickers.



Two expansion ports are built into the PC-V’s chassis for add-on capabilities like the AutoTune and Secondary Fuel Controller Module (to run all eight injectors).


USB Port is hidden behind a protective rubber gasket. No longer do you need to have your bike running or use a 9V power supply to upload new maps.


Seven accessory inputs for a map select switch, speed sensor, quick shifter, crank trigger data and one analog input for a 0-5v source like engine temp.
 

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Need a map you got one LOL , can you preload a tune , spike air intake , cobra swept . No baffle , again LOL .
 

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It doesn't look like that particular map is available on Dynojet's website. You can, however, add an AutoTune device and have a custom map built precisely for your bike as you ride.
 
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