How does the bike's three fuel maps work with a Power Commander unit installed? I would like to smooth out some of the throttle twitch. Would the PC unit override the existing three mode setting?
I have the Auto tune, PCV and also the LCD-200. It does work well but not bullet proof. To get the map right on it need a lot if time on it. Especially if you run TPS base map only. If yoy hook up the map sensor and use it as a 3D map tune combine with the acceleration pump I agree that it does very well. I built map for the FZ6R that most of the member are still using to these days. Even with the TBPro.I'm a firm believer in Power Commander and WILL NOT install anything else on my bikes! Their Auto Tune is AMAZING to say the least. No need for a set map or a dyno tune, it does it all automatically. I have one on my '07 R1 full Akrapovic exhaust blah blah blah. And one one my '08 Honda 700xx ATV with every bolt on that's made for it LOL! But my buddies R1 has the same mods as mine, his has a "custom tune" and his bike made 1.2hp less than mine with the PC5 and Auto Tune! He spent at least a grand on tuning I spent less than $500 for it all with better results. The second the PC5 is available for the FZ09 I'm ordering one!
Connected parallele with the stock O2 sensor?I actually will be testing Power Commander + Auto Tune on My FZ-09 tomorrow. This of course is dialed in for the new Graves exhaust. I will let you know how it feels.. I'm told its smoother than before.
that's the speed limiter. only way to overcome this is by flashing the ecu.An email I just received from Dynojet
Now that I’m back in the office I was able to look at some notes when we tested the FZ-09 and I can see that in 5-6th gears the ECU pulls the throttle blades back fairly aggressively. I doubt we will have a way to override this but once we get a bike in here we will do more testing.