2015 Triumph Daytona 675R Power Commander PC V fit and setup – a good bike made better!

2 Comments Posted September 28th, 2016 in Power Commander, Triumph.

This beauty is the latest model 675 which we can’t ECU remap: Triumph have deliberately made these – the last of this incarnation of the 675 engine in EURO 3 spec – tamper proof.

A Power Commander is the only option to dial in the fuelling to suit an end-can, so we bolted one in and went to work. These are good, solid engines and with the PC V onboard this one made around 120bhp, and because there’s an awful lot of stuff we can physically do (disconnecting various things) they respond well.

Ironically this particular machine came via a Triumph dealer on behalf of their customer… ahem.

Ooooh, that's pretty. And now it's got 120bhp at the rear wheel...

Ooooh, that’s pretty. And now it’s got 120bhp at the rear wheel…

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2 Responses to 2015 Triumph Daytona 675R Power Commander PC V fit and setup – a good bike made better!

  1. Hi, you have been recommended by Steve from Jack Lilley Romford. I have a 675r which had a power commander fitted by T3 racing. Unfortunately it had an intermittent problem that some times when you stayed in a lower gear ready to overtake it had a flat spot or hesitation which felt like a fuelling fault. It was never resolved so they took it off and gave me my bike back. I don’t think they set the bike up again at all and now it goes flat at about 12000rpm and seems to be running rich. I have a new exhaust coming soon so when I’ve fitted that is there anything that can be done without having to fit another power commander.

    Regards Copy

    Comment by Alan Cox on March 4, 2018 at 12:51 pm. Reply

  2. Hi, thanks for the question. Depending on what year your Triumph is, we may be able to ecu re-map the ecu. Drop me an email at info@bsd.uk.com. Regards Gill.

    Comment by Gill on March 5, 2018 at 8:02 am. Reply

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