By Bikers For Bikers
VIDEO-This is a thorough tutorial video on how to install a DynoJet Power Vision EFI tuner on your motorcycle. In this video we use a Harley Davidson motorcycle. We show you how to install 18mm wide-band O2 sensors on your pipes, route wiring, wire the unit, mount it to your handlebars, hook it to a laptop, operate the software, update the software, create an auto tune map, and then flash that map to your engine control module (ECM). We show you other tips, tricks, and other functionality of the Power Vision in this video.
Save yourself money and don't rely on a dealership or technician to do this for you. After watching this tutorial video you will definitely be able to install the Dynojet Power Vision on your own right on the kickstand in your garage or on your patio! No specialty tools are needed.
You can pair the Power Vision with a Dynojet Auto Tuner and it is a great solution for tuning your motorcycle's EFI. 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 properly.
That is where the Power Vision comes into play. We show you how to start with a pre-determined (canned) EFI map by Dynojet based on your particular pipe and intake set up. That gets you started and then you can get more detailed with running auto tune sessions and flashing your ECM afterwards to really dial things in. We make this process super easy for you to understand and perform yourself. You can really increase the performance and efficiency of your motorcycle with the Power Vision, so let us show you how & take the stress out of if.
The great thing about the Power Vision verses the Harley Davidson dealer standard EFI download is that with the PV you can always change things at any time in the event you change pipes or air intake down the road. With the Harley dealer standard download you have to return and pay every time they have to flash your Engine Control Module (ECM). Harley charges $210+ for this download for 15 minutes of work.
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 or have them welded into your existing headers if you want the PV to read in a wide band mode, which offers better tuning capabilities.
However, you can just leave the stock Harley 12mm O2 sensors in place and have the Power Vision read off those sensors in a different mode, but you will not get all the benefits of wide band readings.
You will need a computer for the Power Vision, so you can utilize it properly and get the most out of it. We will show you the PV software installation and how to update the PV unit software out of the box. We show you where and how to get basic EFI maps and put them on the PV, so you can later flash your ECM once on your bike.
If you later want to become a tuning expert you can really mess around with maps on a laptop using the PV software, adjust individual cells, and make your own custom maps based on a ton of readings. That process is for tuning experts only and not realistic for the every day biker, so we stay away from that and it is not shown in this video as it is not realistic. You can damage your bike if you start doing that kind of advanced tuning unless you really spend a lot of time doing it and understanding it.
For the most part, after you get all set up and get the Power Vision installed you can do everything right from the touch screen unit on your bars. We will get you there no problem in this video. This is a simple yet comprehensive tutorial video made by bikers for bikers, so you know you will understand it. Don't get stressed and spend hours upon hours scouring the internet for bits and pieces of info from persons that can't teach at a regular bikers level or from those that don't even ride motorcycles. Get this video and get out riding already!
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