Harley Davidson Street750 Cafe Racer part 3
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How to Install Power Commander V 5 on Harley Davidson | Complete Guide & Instructions
This is a Law Abiding Biker Media Production;
This is a very thorough step-by-step instructional tutorial video without
skipping any steps on how to install a DynoJet Power Commander V on
your Harley Davidson motorcycle. This will SAVE YOU MONEY by not having to
take your Harley to a mechanic. You can do this yourself after watching
this thorough tutorial video.
Once you have the Power Commander V (PCV) installed then you are ready to
get the DynoJet Auto
Tuner tutorial video. The DynoJet Auto Tuner hooks to the
Power Commander V (PCV).
The Law Abiding Biker Podcast did a very thorough episode and blog on
electronic fuel injection (EFI) tuners, so if you have question check it
out at: http://www.lawabidingbiker.com/EFITuners. If you are going to
listen on a podcast catcher, such as iTunes, Stitcher Radio, TuneIn Radio,
Zune, or Blackberry, then look for Episode #34 of the Law Abiding Biker
You can just run the Power Commander V on your motorcycle and be good with
that. If you get new header pipes, mufflers, or air intake on your
motorcycle then you need to at least do a basic re-map of your motorcycle's
electronic fuel injection (EFI), or things will not run right. That is
where the Power Commander V comes into play. Most places you order the
Power Commander V from will program it with the appropriate base map for
your set up (that way you won't need to hook it to a computer). You just
tell them what pipes and what air intake you installed and they ship it
with the correct base map. If it does not ship that way then I would order
from another distributor. Or you can connect the PCV with a computer and
USB cable and install the correct map yourself.
The great thing about the Power Commander V verses the Harley Davidson
dealer standard EFI download is that with the PCV you can always hook it to
a computer and change a base map free if you change pipes or air intake
again down the road. DynoJet has all the different
maps on their website that are downloadable. With the Harley dealer
standard download, you have to return and PAY every time they put a new
download in (if you were to change pipes or air intake later). Harley
charges $210 for this download for 15 minutes of work. So, at a bit over
$300 the Power Commander V is the way to go, unless you are absolutely
certain you will never change your motorcycle pipes or air intake again.
Now, if you want to ramp things up a bit with tuning your motorcycle then
you get the DynoJet
Auto Tuner to go with the PCV for finer tuning of your motorcycle's
electronic fuel injection. The Auto Tuner has 18mm wide band O2 sensors.
One O2 sensor screws into the 18mm bung on the front header pipe and the
other on the rear header pipe. Your stock Harley Davidson has narrow band
12mm O2 sensors and 12mm bungs on your header pipes. So, you will need to
order header pipes with 18mm bungs if you want to install the Auto Tuner.
Or, the Auto Tuner comes with the 18mm bungs, which you would have welded
into the header pipes and the 12mm bungs removed. Any auto Exhaust technician or welder can do this easy
weld job for you.
Once we show you how to completely install and wire the DynoJet Auto Tuner, we show you
how to get it hooked up to your laptop via a USB cable. You will need a
computer for the Auto Tuner, so you can utilize it properly and get the
most out of it. So, I strongly suggest you utilize a computer for the Auto
Tuner. You can just install and pair the DynoJet Auto Tuner with the
Power Commander V and leave it. However, it will not make large adjustments
to your base map and only small ones while riding. To a larger trim values
and really make a difference you will need the laptop to do so. DynoJet does not want the Auto
Tuner to make larger adjustments automatically while a motorcyclist is
riding. So you have to return after riding, hook up a laptop, and manually
agree to the suggested trim values and then push the base map back to the
Power Commander V. Of course in this video we show you how to use the DynoJet software and do
all this. Again, if you want to learn all about EFI tuners, if you need
one, what they are, or anything else then go to Law Abiding Biker Podcast
Episode #34 to learn all about it. There is also a blog there: