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I accepted the previous trims. Went for a ride around town. Loaded up PCV to see what it wants for today.

So as you can clearly see, between 4-5k, its trying to fix a problem. I am ok with it fixing a problem as long as it takes my vibes with it :)
I may call them to learn some more. I have watched the videos on the DJ website but its more about how to and not about learning whats actually happening. That's what i am trying to wrap my head around.


1st Trim - Accepted


2nd trim - post ride....
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Glad to see it's working for you.
 

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Quick question on the Auto Tune: There's the single sensor version, but also the dual sensor version for two cylinder bikes. Is there any benefit to the 650 in setting up each cylinder independent of each other (Either with the dual sensor, or using one sensor on one cylinder at a time)? I know the Akrapovic system I'm looking at only has the bung further down the headers after the two sections meet (meaning you can't individually set up each cylinder from this location, as everything is mixed together), so I would have to pay the extra money and have two bung holes drilled. Opinions? It seems like no one else is doing it.
Im going to approach this question again even though it was answered it seems.
so we only need the AT-200 kit right?
and will this new (auto tune)o2 mount/replace the existing stock o2?
 

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AT-200 for sure. An email to Dynojet may be appropriate for stock O2 unless someone else knows. Most of us don't have stock O2 but I am sure others want to know. Dynojets website shows Euro for some models but not the 650 so hard to say.
 

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I believe for a bike with the O2 sensor on it (Euro bikes, not sure of the ones in the Philippines) will need a second bung if you want to run AutoTune on your bikes PCV. If not then 1 bung is fine. I am not sure but there may have been a thread on how to bypass the O2 sensor on the bike, but again, I am not sure and the bypass I might be thinking is with the pair valve and inserting a resistor in there.
 

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Im going to approach this question again even though it was answered it seems.
so we only need the AT-200 kit right?
and will this new (auto tune)o2 mount/replace the existing stock o2?
Yes the AT-200 kit is recommended. You can use the AT-300, its the same device with 2 o2 sensors. You will have to have two bungs mounted to the headers, one on each down tube. You would also have to plug the stock o2 sensor mount in the exhaust, or just leave the stock sensor in the pipe with the cable disconnected from it's harness. Save yourself the hassle and just go with AT-200.

On bikes with a stock o2 sensor you will need the dynojet o2 eliminator. You unplug the stock o2 sensor and plug the o2 eliminator into the wire harness in its place. This was discussed very early on in this thread.
 

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Yes the AT-200 kit is recommended. You can use the AT-300, its the same device with 2 o2 sensors. You will have to have two bungs mounted to the headers, one on each down tube. You would also have to plug the stock o2 sensor mount in the exhaust, or just leave the stock sensor in the pipe with the cable disconnected from it's harness. Save yourself the hassle and just go with AT-200.

On bikes with a stock o2 sensor you will need the dynojet o2 eliminator. You unplug the stock o2 sensor and plug the o2 eliminator into the wire harness in its place. This was discussed very early on in this thread.
thanks for the information, i realized it was probably covered. But i was not sure how much digging i had to do or read for that matter. When searching for several different subjects in threads, its wears you down. Sometimes it just better to ask the question and allow someone to share their knowledge, even if its the 100th time they had to. When looking over the first page, which is awesome write up, i did not see the information i was looking for. Also searching ended up mixed reviews, and it looks as though i was not the only one that missed it.
 

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question about gear display in LCD 200

Hi mark

thanks for your detailed overview. Can the LCD 200 display gear change for ninja 650r 2015 in real time? thnx!



Power Commander LCD Unit


Product Overview

The LCD Display connects to any Power Commander (some BMW models excluded) via a "quick disconnect" cable. It is designed to remain on the bike and is weather resistant. While connected, the unit will display all available data from the Power Commander. When the optional Multi-Function Hub is also installed all of its data is available for viewing as well.
NOTE: Your Power Commander's firmware may need to be updated to use this device.​

Easy Installation & Mounting

The LCD Unit can easily be mounted with TECHMOUNT accessory mounting systems. For a complete guide of TECHMOUNT accessory mounting systems, please visit: TECHMOUNT - Home.​

Additional Features and Capabilities

Easy Removal, Mounting and Programmability
The unit can be removed easily from the bike and programmed with a desktop computer. Maps can be downloaded, stored and the data viewed with the supplied software. As new functions, screen and features become available the unit is “user upgradeable” using the supplied USB cable and free downloads available in this site under downloads and map downloads.​

Power Commander LCD-200 Unit Features

Can be connected to Power Commander V, AutoTune.
Convenient touch screen
View live channel data RPM, TP, map position (when using map switch), duty cycle, fuel change, ignition change & Air/Fuel Ratio (w/WB2 or AutoTune connected)
Adjust fuel trims — Low — Mid — High
Able to store multiple maps and send them on the fly to the PCV*.
Log data information
Play back logs in the LCD as well as view them in Excel and other programs
Able to see gear position and wheel speed
Calibrate TPS, Speed, Gear, Analog input configuration for boost, engine temp, etc
Performs the O2 sensor test
Adjust Lambda Smoothing
USB programmable, and upgradeable
Comes with Display File Manager software
* will not send SFM maps, (requires user supplied SD card, 1gb max)​

General Power Commander LCD Unit Features

Displays all Power Commander data "real-time"
Allows storage & switching between multiple maps
Data logging capable (Requires SD Memory Card, must be purchased separately)
"On Screen" map adjustments
User configurable screens
USB programmable & upgradable
Active Matrix TFT LCD 240x320 16 bit color screen
Unite Dimensions : 9.6cm x 5.8cm x 1.8cm.
Actual Screen Size: 6cm x 4.6cm​

Mounting Configuration

The bolt pattern on the back is an equilateral triangle bolt pattern. The bolt holes are 2.2cm from each other and use #4-40 threaded screws.​


Power Commander LCD PART NUMBER

LCD Unit LCD-200​


Power Commander LCD Instructions



Power Commander LCD Videos

LCD-200 Gauge setup

LCD-200 data logging feature.
Dynojet's LCD-200 Data Logging Tutorial - YouTube


Power Commander LCD FAQ

There hasn't been any questions asked about this product yet, I don't feel like making up my own pretend ones.​
 

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I was thinking a post on this thread might bring Mark back but it hasn't happened.

The PCFC is basically the same as a JuiceBox Pro from TwoBros, now just marketed by Power Commander themselves.
 

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What's y'alls setup for collecting the juice if you're making gallons at a time? Want to do something better than a half quart container and transfer over and over.
Any ideas for a better setup? A funnel and a hose into a bucket?
My par is about 5 gallons 4 times a week.
 

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What's y'alls setup for collecting the juice if you're making gallons at a time? Want to do something better than a half quart container and transfer over and over.
Any ideas for a better setup? A funnel and a hose into a bucket?
My par is about 5 gallons 4 times a week.
This is a motorcycle forum - not a moonshine forum.
 
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