With the previously recommended settings, only one selection, TPS, is available. If Fuel Tables Pressure was enabled there probably would be a selection for creating Auto Tune tables with a psi axis. Working with advanced tables will use more of the devices memory capacity. These three selections concern mapping data for air pressure that may be sent to the PCV by auxiliary wiring and sensors. Auto Tune Tables will open a menu with three items.
Go to Calibrate and click on Throttle Position. First make sure the minimum and maximum values for the TPS voltage are correct. Verify that the engine is thoroughly warm and running at operating temperature. You will see the voltage of the throttle sensor displayed in the gray Sensor Voltage box. The number in the grey Sensor Voltage display will fluctuate with the engine running but it should indicate very close to the minimum voltage value that was manually input.
If it does not, you may choose to capture the minimum voltage by clicking the pointer to the left of the sensor voltage display. I presume the maximum voltage may be captured with the pointer on the right but you would also need to run the engine at or near peak rpm to reach max voltage. With the motor running, quickly open the throttle to the stop and then close it.
Do this quickly to avoid prolonged over revving of the engine or hesitation between the full open and full closed positions of the throttle grip. Your speed sensor wire will need to be tapped and connected to the Power Commander in order for the signal to be calibrated.
If you will not be data logging or do not require a real time display of wheel speed, you do not need to calibrate the speed input. Go to Calibrate and click on Speed Input. Provided the wire is connected from the stock speed sensor to the Power Commander and the speed input is calibrated, accurate wheel speed will show in the Current Speed window of the Speed Calibration box as it will on a real time engine parameters device.
The frequency of the speed sensor will be displayed in the Sensor Frequency Hz box. The Calibrate button is used to lock in on the chosen target speed. A Power Commander code called a scalar may be used to calibrate wheel speed instead of doing a live calibration.
You simply enter the code to Scalar box. The OK button is used to accept the live calibration or the scalar code. The Cancel button is used to close the Speed Calibration box without changing the previous settings. The complete process of calibrating speed and connection of the speed input wire will be discussed in a future tutorial.
Gear position can also be useful when data logging and tuning. Go to Calibrate and click on Gear Position. The Gear Calibration box will open. The white boxes normally are blank until the gear positions are calibrated with a wire being connected from the gear position sensor to the PCV.
The values in the white boxes below were given to me by a Dj tech a few years back. The gear position is displayed in the grey Gear box. In the Source box , you may select from using Voltage if an analogue gear indicator is used to determine gear requires wire connection from analogue gear indicator to PCV or Gear Ratio if the engine and wheel speeds are used to determine gear. Either source will require accurate wheel speed calibration be completed first step 28 of this tutorial.
The other ten buttons and the complete process of gear position calibration will be discussed in a future tutorial. The Feature Selections box will open. A wire may be connected to the PCV to switch between two maps, to use a quick shifter, or to use autotune. The other features do not have a switch input selection because those features do not require auxiliary wiring. Map Switch allows you use a switch to change between two maps stored in the PCV. The Configure button for Map Switch is not active because PC5 firmware was not updated at the time this tutorial was created.
Go to Quick Shifter and click on Configure. The Quick Shifter Configuration box will open. Click the Mode dropdown pointer to view the menu. Fuel Moto doubles the warranty on the Power Commander making the warranty period 2 years.
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Add a review Tell us your experience with Dynojet C3 Mobile 1. Available at Continue to app Rating:. Use your mouse's scroll wheel to zoom in and out. Once you install the software, it is easy to download maps from the Dynojet. No cutting or splicing of your bike's wiring harness is necessary.
The user can also set a minimum rpm for the system to function. This keeps the system from activating at too low of an rpm, such as low speed road riding. Check Power Commander Applications for details. The customer must provide the appropriate "length and thread" shift rod. This sensor is available in both "push" and "pull" styles depending on the direction the shift rod moves during an up shift.
For most applications, a Shift Rod Kit is available. One end of this sensor is mounted to the shift lever itself and the other to a fixed point on the chassis. This sensor is available in both "push" and "pull" style to suit all installations. A universal mounting kit is included. The button features gold plated contacts for durability and the least amount of electrical resistance.
The CNC machined handlebar button bracket has been designed specifically to position the button for the most comfortable operation and accessibility during use.
To use this type of switch, the rider must first slightly preload the shift lever, press the handlebar mounted switch, and then complete the shifter movement. Once the sensor is attached you will have full Quickshifter functionality at the lowest cost possible! For applications that do not have this style of coil the connectors can be removed and the unit hard wired in.
No computer is required for setup. Installation can be done in as little as 30 minutes. Must be used with one of the 3 DQS shift sensors sold separately. These adjustments are made via 3 potentiometers that adjust the fuel curve in the proper ranges from the application. Fuel mixture can be enriched or leaned as required. Register your email for news and special offers.
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