Posts Tagged “Power Commander”

2016 Triumph Thruxton 1200 Dyno set up: Power Commander PC V

0 Comments Posted March 30th, 2018 in Power Commander, Triumph.

This was brilliant! And what a pretty bike. We spent ages on this new Thruxton – the owner was a real enthusiast and left it with us for as long as we wanted. So we took our time! We started by blanking off the emissions interference and lambda and then mapped the fuelling. Cautiously to […]

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2012 Kawasaki Z750R: Power Commander PC V fit and setup to suit Stage 2 air filter lid

0 Comments Posted February 14th, 2018 in ECU Remap, Kawasaki.

We couldn’t ECU remap this Z750R – which is always our first choice – so had to fit a PC V to sort the fuelling out. Truthfully, we were a bit disappointed because without access to the ECU we can’t deal with any restrictions as part of the job; with a Power Commander everything is […]

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It’s not just sports bikes that benefit from an ECU remap or Power Commander – cruisers and Triumph twins can see huge gains

Posted February 2nd, 2018 in ECU Remap, Honda, Power Commander, Triumph.

Percentage-wise the improvements that can be made to bikes like the Honda VT750 Shadow are much greater than those you see out of a sports bike. Why? Because generally these customs are properly bunged up by the manufacturer to get them through noise and emissions testing… So uncork ’em –  let the engine breathe freely – and […]

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Victory Hammer S, fitted with induction tubes and Power Commander Dyno setup

0 Comments Posted December 15th, 2017 in Power Commander, Victory.

We’ve had a run on Victory motorcycles this year and we quite like ‘em – they’re not a Harley or Japanese, a but bit inbetween… And they make decent power, are well equipped with forks and brakes, and not stupidly heavy! But all that’s beside the point. As far as sorting the fuelling they need […]

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Yamaha XJR1300 (in Sweden) with BSD-mapped Power Commander PC V – the owner emails his thoughts…

1 Comment Posted April 28th, 2017 in Power Commander, Yamaha.

Gill ordered Mattias (who lives in Sweden) a Power Commander PCV for his Yamaha XJR1300 – we dialled a sweet fuelling map into it, popped it in the post and left it to him! He’s been kind enough to drop us an email with his thoughts and a couple of pics of his tasty XJR… Cheers […]

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BMW R nineT Power Commander PC V Dyno set up to sort disastrous fuelling courtesy of an over-eager Autotuner

2 Comments Posted February 15th, 2017 in BMW, Power Commander.

This was a customer request: he arrived with his saucy Beemer loaded up with bits and had been told that fitting a Power Commander plus Autotuner would equal a self-mapping setup. In other words he’d read what it says on the label and believed every word! Predictably, it didn’t do anything of the sort and […]

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Harley-Davidson XR1200 Power Commander setup to cure snatchy power delivery

0 Comments Posted November 2nd, 2016 in Harley Davidson, Power Commander.

Now we quite liked the look of this H-D XR1200 – very pretty. It was a later EURO 3 spec emissions model and had a rare old snatch in its power delivery, so our job was to map the Power Commander and dial it in on the Dyno. We remapped each cylinder for fuel individually, and […]

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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 […]

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BMW S1000XR Power Commander PC5 fit and Dyno setup – whatever you do don’t bother with a full system…

0 Comments Posted September 21st, 2016 in BMW, Power Commander.

If you own one of these and are fitting anything other than an exhaust end-can you are completely wasting your money. Full systems may save a bit of weight, but they won’t do much else. You certainly won’t end up with any more power… And this is the trait of the EURO 4 spec motorcycle. […]

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Yamaha XJR1300 – the customer sourced it, we fettled it then posted it to Dubai!

0 Comments Posted July 27th, 2016 in Power Commander, Yamaha.

We got an email – which we thought was a wind-up – asking if we could work on XJR1300 and then post it to Dubai… Gill emailed the chap back for a few more details and fair enough it was for real. He planned to source a secondhand bike in the UK (he didn’t want a new […]

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