Tune Like a Pro with Power Vision !
Dynojet has already left the competition in the dust with its innovative Power Vision flashing tuning system for fuel injected Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Power Vision supports ALL Delphi ECM equipped Harleys, offers the most tunes for popular aftermarket parts, includes exclusive features not available anywhere at any price, and now an embedded auto-tuning technology that makes tuning your bike easier than ever.
The new Autotune technology leverages years of dyno testing and tuning directly into the Power Vision. The process is automated, fast, and best of all you reap the benefits of technology in the form of a refined, powerful tune! Power Vision can utilize one of two different methods to automatically tune your bike; the Autotune Basic method that uses your OEM narrowband sensors or Autotune Pro that uses wideband o2 sensors from Dynojet’s Autotune wideband control module. The entire process is handled by the Power Vision (setting up the tune, logging data, fixing the tune, and flashing the tune) which means that you don’t need to fumble around with a computer in order to realize professional results.
A few Power Vision Autotune screen shots:
Under the “Program Vehicle” menu you can now select AutoTune. Go ahead and select “AutoTune”.
Select the tune you wish to use.
There are two different modes to chose from, Basic-Narrowband or Pro-Wideband. If you do not have wideband o2 sensors installed (ie. those included in the Dynojet AutoTune kit), then select “Basic”, otherwise select “Pro”.
You should understand that the two different methods of Autotune yield similar results in most areas, but it’s recommended to use Autotune Pro for best results in ALL operating conditions that you’d experience while riding.
The tune will now be modified to be compatible with the mode you chose from above, and then flashed to the ECM.
When the Power Vision reboots, you can go back to the Autotune area under “Program Vehicle”.
Autotune is now set-up and ready to go. Now select “Datalog” to start the Autotune process.
Autotune does the dirty work and starts calculating and logging the corrections that are required for YOUR bike, with YOUR parts, with YOUR gas, for the way YOU ride!
This screen shows the Autotune Datalogger at work:
Autotune Datalogger monitors various operating conditions to ensure you’re ready to start Autotuning, and whether or not you’re in a state to allow learning. A large message will overlay the screen to indicate the condition that’s currently preventing learning.
After sufficient learning has taken place, you can exit Autotune Datalogger and chose “Export Learned”.
Power Vision will now take the corrections that were calculated from your ride and correct your tune……just like a professional tuner. Changes will be made to your VE tables to accurately reflect the amount of air your engine is using, and this in turn ensures the target AFR defined in your tune actually matches the measured AFR.
From here you can choose to continue on with the Autotune process, or Disable Autotune. If you continue, you can simply start again and choose the file that you’ve applied the learned values to. If you chose to disable Autotune, don’t forget to exit to the main menu, select “Load Tune > Custom Tune” and select the tune that you’ve been “working on” with the Autotune feature.