The Power Commander V for the 2017 Yamaha R1 has the most features and highest resolution maps of any fuel tuner.
Whether you are on the road or getting ready for track days, the Power Commander V for the all new 2017 R1 is ready. The Power Commander V attaches to the gear position sensor to give a more refined fuel curve.
Part #: 22-069 (Fuel Only) Fits: 2015-2017 Yamaha R1
Power Commander V with Ignition Module
RACING WITH THE POWER COMMANDER V
Danny Eslick and Mathew Scholtz are two of the top MotoAmerica guys taking advantage of the Power Commander V on the all new 2017 Yamaha R1.
#69 Danny Eslick TOBC Racing – MotoAmerica Motul Superbike Class
#11 Mathew Scholtz Yamalube/Westby Racing – MotoAmerica Motul Superbike
Keep on Tuning! Dynojet Power Vision supports the latest updates for H-D motorcycles with the new firmware level and tune database.
We just released a new firmware and tune database for Power Vision, firmware 184.108.40.2060, and tune database 0.0.9.46. Which means Power Vision now supports two new software levels for Harley-Davidson Motorcycles; 621 and 822.
Software level 621 is used on 2014 and newer Softail & Dyna 110” models.
822 is used on 2017-2018 Touring models.
Simply use the update client to manage the download and installation of the latest firmware. Once updated you’ll be able to tune these new software levels using the original tune as the basis, or use 617 (for 621) or 723 (for 822) level calibrations in their place. To avoid any voids in service, the Power Vision Tune License Program has also been updated and will support these new software levels.
We’re loading up the UTV Dyno Trailer and our 2016 Polaris RZR xp1000 Turbo to hit the trails at Rally on the Rocks. Rally on the Rocks is one of the biggest events of the year in Moab where UTV owners from around the country join together and hit some of the most awe-inspiring trails. Each day there are different trail options to choose from depending on your vehicle build and driving skills. Don’t be fooled by the beauty, the trails are tough and they will test your driving and car abilities. Their website states “8 Rating – A winch and/or tow strap is desirable. Excellent driving skills required. Roll over possibilities exist. 9 Rating – Extreme and beyond. Multiple large climbs, descents and off camber situations. 10 – Let the carnage begin! Rollovers VERY likely. Good spotting, experienced drivers with modified machines are required as even they will be tested.” Our RZR has stock suspension, a Trinity Exhaust, and is tuned with our Power Vision CX, so we won’t being doing anything too crazy, but it will be interesting to see our tunes perform in the more slower climbing sections, using left foot braking, and if we feel the desire to we can flash a different tune, or even make adjustments to the tune file. If you have any questions about our products or tunes you are running feel free to come on by our booth/dyno trailer. I will be heading up there with Matt and Chuck to help man the booths, hit the trails, and capture the UTV madness with my camera. Stay tuned on our blog or social media for photos and if you are at the event tag Dynojet in your photos.
Ducati of Las Vegas opened up with a banger on March 3rd, 2017. Bikes were lined up around the corner to see who had the most horsepower. It was fun times for everyone and great to see the community of riders in Las Vegas come together and enjoy the food, bikes, people, and to get the opportunity to watch around 40 bikes compete on the dyno.
WORCS Racing held their first annual SXS World Finals in Primm, NV. With roughly 150 SXS’s racing on the stadium style track there was plenty of competition to watch and this high speed track was all about speed and horsepower. Dynojet supported the race teams with dyno runs, allowing the racers to get an inside look of their SXS’s dyno runs, horsepower, and RPMs. It was great to meet some of our customer’s already using the Power Vision CX and help out a few of the racers during the race.
Once the rain cleared Chuck was there to run the dyno for the race teams that were looking for a few extra horsepower.
Installed and flashed a RZR XP1000 with our flash tuning Power Vision CX.
Power Vision CX
Fueling revised for maximum power and torque
Spark timing optimized for 91-93 octane fuel
Rev limit raised in high and low gears
Speed limit raised in high and low gears
Torque limiting functions reduced or eliminated
Revised drive-by-wire throttle profiles for high and low gears
In this tutorial you will learn how to update the Power Vision CX using Dynojet’s Power Core Software.
Step 1: Go to www.dynojet.com/powervision. Put your mouse pointer over “Support,” to bring up the support menu. Move down and click the “Downloads” option.
Step 2: Click the “Select a Product” drop down menu; choose “Power Vision CX”.
Step 3: Download and install the Dynojet Power Core Software.
Step 4: Download and save the firmware file to an accessible location on your computer (i.e. your desktop, a downloads folder, or a dedicated folder). The file will come in a “zipped” folder. The actual firmware file inside (with a .dfu filename extension) will need to be extracted before you can use it. Open the file with Windows Explorer. Click “Extract all files”. Follow the on screen prompts.
Step 5: With your Power Vision CX plugged in to your computer or vehicle, check your firmware number on the device by going to DEVICE TOOLS>DEVICE INFO>ABOUT and you will see the device firmware build number. If this number matches the firmware version number on the downloads page, your firmware is up to date. If it does not match continue installing the latest firmware version.
Step 6: Launch the Power Core Software. In the Application Launcher, click TOOLS>MANAGE HARDWARE. The window Device Manager will open and you will want to make sure on the left side of the window that Power Vision CX is selected.
Step 7: On the right side click INSTALL FIRMWARE, locate the extracted firmware file previously saved to the computer (the .dfu file) and open it. The update process will begin.
NOTE: If it is the first time updating the firmware, USB boot loaders will automatically install and may cause the updating process to timeout and stop. If you get any error messages, reboot your computer and try again. Make sure you see the “Update Completed” message at the end.
Step 8: Make sure the message UPDATE COMPLETED is shown. If you see this message, your Power Vision CX firmware is now up to date and you are ready to flash.
Watch our Power Vision CX Flash Tutorial to learn how to flash your vehicle with Dynojet’s pre-developed tune files
SEMA 2016 was of course full of some of the most unique builds in the world from performance to off-road. This year we released the new Power Vision CX, a flash tuning device for Polaris SXS’s and Indian and Victory Motorcycles. The Power Vision CX comes preloaded with tunes developed by Dynojet that improve the stock tune as well as tunes for aftermarket exhausts, intakes, and turbo. Tuners can open the DJT files in C3 software to make custom tunes as well.
Also released at SEMA, our new for 2017 Gyro Vision LED Lights revolutionize off-road lighting! Gyro Vision gives 30 degree movement in all directions, they move with the vehicle’s steering, and a built in gyro keeps the lights level, pointing the high intensity LED’s in the direction your vehicle is driving. A joystick lets you override automatic steering mode, using Gyro Vision as a spotlight, and you can lock the lights in position with a simple push of the joystick. This lets you use them as a work light when dismounting your vehicle such as clearing a obstacle or helping a buddy get unstuck on the trail. They are a universal light and can be installed on any vehicle using common light mounts. Up to five lights can be used together.
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Speedys Motorcycle Shop came by Dynojet all the way from Brisbane. We got a chance to ask them about their recent 2013 Ducati Diavel build.
How did the bike feel to the customer after the mods?
“Fast! Still scares the sh^t out of me…”
What was the most difficult part of the build?
The hardest part of the build was making the turbo removable back to a standard bike should it ever need doing. Also due to room we contacted our fabricator and good friend Craig from Extreme Custom Engineering. He designed the plenum and pipe work based on our requirements. This bike has been so popular we have been receiving calls from Asia and the USA inquiring about this bike.
We also added;
Garrett GT28 turbo
Turbo Smart BOV
Bosch 3 Bar map sensor
VDO drain back pump.
Endless amounts of Aeroflow fittings.
Custom loom for pump – all Milspec TEFL
Power Commander V
Ported the injectors to increase volume by 44%
Modified fuel pump.
We custom mapped this on our Dynojet 250 RT. The process like with anything Dynojet is easy and flawless. The solid build on the 250RT along with PowerCore means that any boosted bike is a pleasure and simple tune.