In this video we walk you through the Power Vision’s Autotune process. We explain the difference between Autotune Basic and Autotune Pro. We also give you detailed information about what adjustments the Autotune process is making to your ECM. After watching this video, you will have a better understanding of the Power Vision’s Autotune feature and how to enable it.
In this video we show you how to use the software interface for your POD-300. We show you where the software is on our website, how to retrieve your data logs and how to view the logs graphically in the WinPEP8 Data Center.
Check out this really cool video of Nick “Apex” Brocha and Ernie “EDUB” Vigil as they give you the 411 on the benefits of installing a Power Commander V on your motorcycle. Extra horsepower, snappy throttles and smoky tires.
In this video we install a Power Commander V with fuel only control on a 2014 Yamaha FZ-09.
Dynojet dyno owners explain the benefits of owning a Dynojet and how it has helped their business.
In this video we install a Power Commander V with fuel and ignition control on a 2014 Honda CRF250R.
NOW AVAILABLE! The Dynojet quick shifter is now available for your Honda Grom. Make clutchless shifts at wide open throttle. Check out the video for a demonstration!
In this video, we explain why the Dynojet single roller inertia chassis dynamometer is superior to twin roller designs, explain design features and also the benefits of adding an eddy-current brake to the Dynojet 224x.
In this video we introduce and describe the various types of Quickshifter shift sensor/switches that we have available. Generally, we list the appropriate shift sensor/switch on our website for your bike model and for an otherwise stock shift linkage. However when using aftermarket rearsets and/or changing your shift pattern to GP (reversed) shifting, you likely will need something different. This video should help you decide specifically what is appropriate for your specific bike.
In this video we troubleshoot a shift rod pressure sensor on the bike.
Check out this video. The bikes were tuned here at our shop in Las Vegas by Chris and Dusty. It’s really cool to finally see the bikes in action.