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Dynojet Power Commander V Fuel & Ignition Yamaha FZ-07 2015-2016
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This product is legal in California only for racing vehicles which may never be used, registered or licensed for use upon a highway.

Dynojet Power Commander V Yamaha FZ-07


  • Ignition timing control
  • Reduced size from PCIII USB - less than half of the size of Power Commander III
  • USB powered from computer, 9 volt adapter is no longer needed for programming
  • "Warm Up" fuel adjustment reads engine temp and allows fuel/timing adustments based on the reading
  • For use on 2009 and up applications
  • 2 position map switching function built in (map switch not included)
  • Gear/Speed input allows for map adjustment based on gear and speed
  • Analog input allows user to install any 0-5 volt sensor and build an adjustment table based on its input such as boost or temperature
  • With gear position input connected the PCV is capable of allowing each cylinder to be mapped individually and for each gear - for example: on a 4 cylinder bike with a six speed transmission there could be up to 24 separate fuel tables
  • Unit has a -100/+250% fuel change range (up from -100/+100%), this allows more adjustment range for 8 injector sportbikes
  • 10 throttle position columns (up from 9 on PCIII USB)
  • Enhanced “accel pump” utility for increased adjustment and sensitivity ranges
  • Made in the USA


Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • Dynojet Software is available only for Windows Operating Systems (PC Only)
This Product Fits:
FZ-07 2015, 2016
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Dynojet Power Commander V Fuel Ignition Yamaha FZ-07 2015-2016 4.8 5 4 4
Definately makes a difference I installed the PCV on my 2015 Yamaha FZ-07 that had a MAP from the DYNOJET websight and instantly made the bike run smoother. Of course with acter market exhaust full system and K&N Air filter with the snorkel removed. BUT... I would not rely on just that MAP for the best results. I highly suggest spending the extra 300 or so dollars on a custom tune by an EXPERIENCED motorcycle tuner on a dyno and you could gain an extra 10 ft. Lbs of torque and maybe even 7 or 8 more horse power. Yamaha claims that the bike has 75 HP stock. Mine dynod at 66HP. After the tune we were able to get 72 HP. October 4, 2015
Best improvement for the FZ-07 I bought the Power Commander V to compliment the exhaust system I put on my FZ-07. In my opinion it is the best improvement I have made to the bike. I currently run one of the downloaded tunes and I certainly feel more seat of the pants power(3rd gear power wheelies!). I can't wait to get the bike tuned on the dyno. Pretty easy to install. They recommend you remove the gas tank but loosening it is all that's really necessary. The only concern I have is with water intrusion at the connectors, they don't look as well protected as the factory connectors. September 8, 2015
Great Product The P.C.V was just what my FZ-07 needed to get the best performance from my bike...especially after changing the exhaust system. Installation was a bit of a pain, but certainly worth every minute. The difference is like night and day...better throttle response, more power and smoother shifts. Also the engine runs slightly cooler which is great for when you get stuck in traffic during the middle of the summer. I would highly recommend this product as it is well worth the money. July 25, 2015
Easy to install, works perfect The item shipped in very fast and came with all the instructions to install it, took me and hour and a half at most to put it all together and load the map. Totally worth it and can tell an immediate difference; would recommend to anyone who wants better performance. February 23, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
justin f: Needed this cause of installing a new exsaust, " yoshimura ". Was easy to install and I have minimal experience working on motorcycles. Problem is they didn't have the map for my setup and I had to go with something simaler. Overall for what I had it works perfect in my opinion. Oct 7, 2015
David B: I chose the power commander v to optimize the way my bike performed. Oct 2, 2015
Jimmy B: To optimize performance after adding a full Yoshi exhaust and K&N air filter. Aug 24, 2015
Jason L: It's the natural compliment to an exhaust system. Jul 27, 2015
Mike D: Bought a Yoshi exhaust and would like to make the bike run at its top performance as intended. Feb 17, 2015
Joseph P: I got a new exhaust for my FZ-07 so I need fuel management now. Oct 16, 2014
Casper D asked: Will I need to do a dyno run to get the settings right? Or can I download an already configured map from the manufacturer? Thank you. Jan 23, 2015
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A shopper asked: when you put the power commander on or two brothers exhaust do you need to get the bike tuned? Jun 3, 2015
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Eric V: The FZ07 runs lean from the factory - I think all motorcycle do now because of emission requirements. When you add an aftermarket exhaust and don't make adjustments to the A/F ratio, it will lean out even further - you will lose bottom end and throttle response.

By downloading the proper map to the PCV from the Dynojet website, the PCV will adjust the A/F mixture, correcting the lean condition, improving power and throttle response.

You could take your bike with the new exhaust and PCV to a tuner for a custom map, but I found the map on the Dynojet website to be very good for my application and I doubt you'll eek out much more power/performance with a tuner.
Jun 3, 2015
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Katie N: Which map did you use for an FZ-07? I wanted to check out what maps are available before buying, ideally specific to an Akro Titanium exhaust. On the Dynojet website I selected Yamaha as my make and the FZ-07 wasn't even an option as a model. So I'm curious which map you chose and where to find the options on the website. Thanks Oct 18, 2015
Samuel G: The bike will run lean with an aftermarket exhaust. You will need to load a new fuel injection map that is specific to your setup. The makers of the Power Commander have numerous maps available on their website. There should be one for an FZ-07 with a Two Brothers exhaust. You will need a laptop (or move your desktop to your garage) to connect to your the PCV via USB to load the maps. This will tune your bike so that you can maximize your bike's performance with the new setup. Of course, you can always take it to a pro to be tuned, but that's not really necessary. Jun 3, 2015
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justin f: No, all I did was program the map into the power commander no adjustments was needed Jun 5, 2015
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Katie N asked: I just ordered the Akropavic Titanium exhaust for my 2015 Yamaha FZ-07. I'm considering getting this Power Commander but first, I looked on the website for Dynojet to see what maps were available to download for an FZ-07, ideally specific to having an Akro titanium exhaust (w/o baffle) on the bike as well. I wasn't able to find any maps for the FZ-07, and When I selected Yamaha as my make, the FZ-07 wasn't even an option. I'm wondering what map those of you with and FZ-07 use, perhaps I'm missing something? Oct 18, 2015
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Ross T: The maps are not that specific. At least not the names of the maps. I didn't have any issues finding the maps for the FZ-07. All I did was go to the Power Commander site; click search map in the navigation bar near the top--use the drop downs; make, model, year-- there are about 11 different set ups and 3 specific to Akro. Save the download for when you're using the program, for which you also have to download as well. Also, make sure you're using a PC. It doesn't work with Apple products. Hope this helps. Oct 22, 2015
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Katie N: Ahhh.. That would explain it. I'm on a Mac. Thanks! Oct 23, 2015
Shaun M asked: hi, can I please ge the part number for this? am buying for an aussie spec mt-07 (fz-07) and want to make sure there qwont be any issues? Jul 2, 2015
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Michael M: The Dynojet part number for the fuel and ignition module is the dino jet part number for the fuel and ignition module is 1020 - 2270 also another number on the box was Vn-p22-065 Jul 4, 2015
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Giovani G asked: Do I need a power commander to get my bike dyno tuned? Nov 19, 2015
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