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The Dynojet Power Commander V for Harley-Davidson models represents one of the best performance values in the industry. Unlocking untapped potential from your Harley is made simple for the end user with Dynojet's latest addition to the Power Commander series. Air/fuel ratios, spark control, and cylinder temperatures can now be altered without complication or headaches. Power Commander V puts you in full control of your bike, and allows it to run like it was designed to.
Offers fuel and timing control
Rev Xtend allows increase of rev limit
Allows reading of vehicle temperature through bike's ECM, enabling the PC V to add more fuel during cold starts
Cold starting on heavily modified engines becomes more controllable and easy to adjust
J1850 data is not available on this Power Commander
Smaller than the PC III Quick and easy installation - install, tune, and ride in just minutes!
USB receives power from computer - no additional power source needed
Two-position map switching function built in (switch not included)
Gear/Speed input allows for map adjustment based on gear
Analog input allows user to install any 0-5V reference signal sensor
Adjustment table capability for heavily modified engines
Dynojet Power Commander V For Harley Dyna 2012-2015
Quick and easy horsepower. Endless tuning capability.
The PCV is easy to install, easy to map, and even better to ride. Not to mention the endless dyno tune capability. Thanks to Revzilla, it's offered at a great price!
April 23, 2015
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Ray S: The multiple options provided by the unit, coupled with the price, made purchasing the PC V a no-brainer.Apr 24, 2015
Daniel M: Product reputation, and I also spoke with a Revzilla employee who was very helpfulJan 7, 2014
A shopper asked:Hi: I just purchased a set of Vance& Hines Big-Radius pipes from Revzilla for my 2013 Harley Wide Glide. I am interested in either purchasing a V&H Fuelpak or the DynoJet Power Commander V for the same bike. Question? I know a lot more can be done down the road with the Power Commander. But it seems less straight forward to install. I did a quick overview of the instructions online, and I noticed that the O2 censer gets disconnected and left disconnected in the process. What is done with the O2 wires going from the censers at the pipes to the plug harness? Do I just disconnect them and leave them there? The FuelPak seems a simpler process, just plug & play, but it’s down the road applications are limited. Dan McNeilJan 1, 2014
Sergio L:Congratulations on your Vance and Hines Big Radius purchase, they're awesome! I completely understand your debate of purchasing the Fuelpak vs Power Commander V, I had all the same questions you do. The main feature that swayed me towards the Power Commander V was the ability to use this fuel management system on other pipes. The installation was very straight forward, the part that took the most amount of time was making sure that the wiring was tucked away and out of sight. The reps at dyno jet are very helpful as well, I called them to ask for the best configuration for my pipes and they emailed me one in no time. As for the O2 sensors, the PCV comes with caps to close out the sensors, they snap on and away you go! I don't regret going with the PCV ( power commander V ), I just got another set of pipes and I'll just drop a different config into the PCV, super easy, and I'm good to go. No matter which system you go with you'll be fine but the PCV is a lot more versatile. Good luck and safe ride. See ya on the road!Jan 2, 2014
Jacob M:Just disconect o2 sensor wires. when you buy your exhaust if it has a port for the o2 sensor just buy 2 plugs so you don't have a hole and your good to go. Real easy and I'm a moron You don't even have to remove o2 sensor from stock exhaust just unplug the wires before you remove them and your good to go Jan 2, 2014