The Power Commander V is the latest in engine control technology from Dynojet; it’s very compact, yet offers expanded features and options, with tremendous control over an engine’s ECU.
- Smaller unit – half the size of PC III
- Unit powers up via the USB with no need for 9v battery and adapter
- 2 position map switching as standard (switch not included)
- Gear and speed input as standard
- 5v analogue input as standard; boost, temperature, MAP etc
- Enhanced Accelerator pump feature gives vastly increased adjustment
- Optional control unit to allow 8 injector mapping
- Operates with Dynojet LCD display and Dynojet quickshifter
- New and improved software suite
- Enhanced Quickshifter control; adjustable kill time per gear and time between shifts
- Twin CAN ports for integration and expansion
- OBD On board fault diagnosis
Power Commander V offers road and race riders a vast array of options and is an essential tool for finding – and finely tailoring – every single scrap of horsepower an engine makes.
2010 Triumph Sprint ECU Reprogram
The issues with this bike mainly concern power and power delivery off the bottom especially two-up. It’s been back to the dealer and had the latest factory tune, but the owner wants a little more. First job? Isolate the Lambda sensor and cap off the emissions unit. The bike was then put on the Dyno and we reprogrammed the stock ECU; fuelling at the bottom end has been richened up, taking away the ‘hunting’ snatchiness. Fuelling all the way through the rev range has been optimized and the ignition curve trimmed.
2009 Yamaha R1 Road to Race
To upgrade to race spec we’ve fitted an Öhlins rear shock and MCT have modded the front forks. The engine’s been out and we’ve adjusted the cam timing, ported and skimmed the cylinder head and we’re fitting a set of BSD Performance adjustable bellmouths. It’s also having a YEC race loom and ECU, plus quickshifter.