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Dynojet Auto Tune Kit for Power Commander & Power Vision

The AutoTune kit comes with a wideband O2 sensor and controller that connects to the Power Commander V. With this kit, the Power Commander V automatically adjusts the fuel map while riding.

  • Plugs directly into the Power Commander V with a single cable
  • Includes 18mm O2 sensor and power connector that plugs into the bike's harness
  • Makes automatic fuel adjustments
  • User can specify what air/fuel ratio to make each RPM and throttle position percentage combination
  • Makes it possible to adjust cruise for best fuel economy as well as larger throttle openings for peak power 
  • Base settings included for air/fuel ratios but are fully adjustable
  • Made in the USA

Available in either Single Channel AT-200 or Dual Channel AT-300 versions:

  • Single Channel AT-200 is a "universal fit", single O2 sensor kit. It can be used on any vehicle that has a PCV installed on it. It comes with a single O2 sensor, "cut to length" sensor cable, control module, O2 sensor "weld on bung" and CAN connection cable. It requires a ground and +12 volt connection be made using the supplied Posi-Taps.
  • Dual Channel AT-300 is designed for twin cylinder motorcycles/ATVs that use the Power Commander V allowing control of two cylinders simultaneously. The kit includes two sensors and PCV connection harness.

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Single Channel AT-200 516928 AT-200 In Stock: Ships next business day
Dual Channel AT-300 766807 AT-300 In Stock: Ships next business day


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Dynojet Auto Tune Kit for Power Commander V 4.7 5 14 14
Great Pair with PCV I bought the auto tune kit to go along with my PCV purchase for my exhaust upgrade. It works great and provides excellent feedback. September 14, 2015
This is an awesome addition, now I can "tune" my bike without a dyno. After installing my power commander 5 it ran a little rough when it started and was cold. Now since installing this it runs like a sewing machine. I added exhaust to it and along with the PC5, the Autotune and the pipes it is so much more enjoyable. I can't wait to install another performance mod to tinker with the the maps again. May 4, 2015
It's a great product I install this product, it reads well and it gives you the best map for your power commender and the environment you are in, I totally advise to buy this auto tune, it will make your life easier. December 15, 2014
smooth this smoothed out the power band a lot with the PCV September 8, 2014
verry useful Ok..... the Autotune is perfect with Pc5. The diference between the bike without this combo and the bike now is huge. Better torq delibery, better throtle response. Dont be alarmed if your consumption of gas will be bigger( this will happend only for a few days only ) . After you accept all the trims from AT you will have a decent mileage. As per instalation , in my case I was forced to overbore the original hole , make a tread for the wideband and machine a straight surface for the sensor to ensure proper seal. A quick tip.:buy a sensor elininator( in my case it was about 30 usd shipping included from a suplyer from Uk. No F1 code , everything work as supposed to work. The only one con is the estetics .... the exterior of the device looks a little bit cheap. The plastic for the casing is fragile , so dont use too much force when you try to stick it to the plastic or another surface. A good thing will be ( in the future) that the guys from Dynojet to develop a bluetooh or a wireless module that will conect the network directly to your android powered or Ios device. I know , I am kind of laizy....but my laptop is bulky (17 inchi diameter) and I would like to use my phone in order to accept all the trims . So buy with confidence, great client service( thank you guys) 5 star experience as usual. Ride safe......but have fun along the way:) September 2, 2014
Great performance and price. This unit is not for a beginner to install. I had to weld in a bung because the suplied sensor does not fit in the factory bung. I have mine set up on a switch so it only tunes my bike when I want it to. So far it works flawlessly. August 5, 2014
WOW Improved throttle response, performance, and my engine runs noticeably cooler. The PCV should just come with the auto tune March 8, 2014
Great Goes good wit the PCV and a full links graves exhaust system performs great December 2, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
H O: I do a lot of riding in different elevations needed a way to set fueling more accurately. combined with a power commander V. Oct 14, 2015
Jacob C: I don't have access to a dyno close by I figured this was the next best thing. Sep 25, 2015
RYAN M: Have enjoyed these types of products on other vehicles so this is the first upgrade I did for my F800GS. Sep 21, 2015
corey s: choose this over a $250-$300 dyno tune Aug 20, 2015
Dennis B: Have other products from Dynojet on my other bikes for several years Jun 22, 2015
Nestor L: hopefully no hiccups w/ this combo. just works w/ pcv. it worked in my 09 concours. what more can i say? Apr 29, 2015
Edwin H: It was required when I changed the exhaust. Mar 28, 2015
David B: Have the power commander but still not quite sure of my ability to tune the maps on my own. I am purchasing the auto tune for piece of mind knowing that I don't have to find the ideal tune yet be able to customize when I want. Feb 8, 2015
christopher l: Dynojet website maps are rubbish so need auto tune to sort it out..should of gone Bazzaz! Have Baz on my other bike and love it! Jan 31, 2015
Daniel S: This will adjust my PCV on the fly. Jan 27, 2015
Floyd B: I am not very "nerdy" with such things as customizing Air/Fuel/Ratio Mapping!
And living in an area with wide changes in temperature and moisture levels, I just felt MUCH more comfortable with the Automatic nature of this unit!
And it only takes a couple of hard laps of "warm-up" on the track, on a Track Day, or the first good group of twisties on a Fun Ride day, for the unit to make adjustments based on my riding situation!
Nov 29, 2014
JAKOB B: i dont like the idea of others puting my bike on a dyno & beating on my engine i think its well known that my zx10r's ram air doesnt preform unless your at speed so i found my happy medium the auto tuner Sep 16, 2014
Myles H: Because I did not live close to a shop that offered a dyno. Sep 9, 2014
sena p: I am having yamaha R6, wanted improve performance Mar 13, 2014
Chris F: should have purchased with the pcv Mar 3, 2014
Andres G: Because its like have i dynojet in the motorcycle. Sep 5, 2013
A S asked: I have been trying to choose between the Bazzaz and the Dynojet. I have a Ducati Monster 796 with 2x 18mmx1.5mm o2 sensor bungs in my full system SC Project exhaust and when I fitted the exhaust I noticed the front cylinder o2 sensor had a lot more carbon than the rear cylinder. Bazzaz has only one o2 wideband sensor right? If so Dynojet must be the correct choice right? Your comments would be highly appreciated.

Feb 8, 2014
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Joshua T: yes I believe the Dyno jet is a wideband o2 sensor. I have had great luck with Dynojet Autotune on my 08 FZ1. Feb 8, 2014
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Gregg H: Dynojet will not adjust the tune much below 4000rpm unless you get the ecu re flashed to remove the closed loop, allowing full customization through the whole rev range. bazzaz fools the closed loop below 4000rpm allowing you to tune without a reflash so would be the cheaper option. But it only tunes one cylinder and then you estimate the difference for the other. Dynojet plus re flash gives most accurate customization but many people think the Bazzaz works well. Feb 8, 2014
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Ruben L: I'm using the autotune with the power commander 5 on a parallel twin. The auto tune kit came with an O2 plug, guessing to allow you to block off an opening if needed. There is a kit with two O2 sensors but dynojet will specify which one you'll need on their site. I had to take my exhaust to a shop to have a hole cut and weld the bung on, plug may be needed to keep the bung and threads from warping. Apr 16, 2014
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Stephen W: I Simply went with the dynojet autotune because i also have the PCV on my bike so i just kept it ll the same brand throughout. I have the two-brothers V.A.L.E black edition full exhaust on my bike and had to bring my pipe in to have the factory bung cut out and replaced with teh one provided with the autotune. I really like it over all and the bike runs great. its a 2012 gsxr1000 Feb 9, 2014
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H. Brent Hammer I: I'm sorry I am not familiar with Bazzaz nor do I know anyone who has used that system All I know is, the cold morning starts are much improved and with all the maps supplied by Dynojet to match the changes I have made on my bike, pipes & air flow, the Victorys performance is amazing Feb 8, 2014
Jessaca S: The way it works is this, you are suppose to keep your 2 stock o2 sensors and drill a hole for the auto tune one. That's what the 1 bung included is for. At least this is the instructions for aprilia. Feb 8, 2014
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Jessaca S: The auto tune only has 1 o2 sensor also. Feb 8, 2014
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A S: Dynojet make a single senor and dual senor versions Feb 8, 2014
Chip h asked: Does this kit come with stainless bungs? Sep 18, 2013
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Thad H: Yes, mine came with one stainless bung, with matching plug and crush washer, in case you want to remove the sensor later. Sep 20, 2013
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Joshua T: Yes Chip. Mine came with a plug and a bung. I did not need it as I just plugged mine into the old O2 location. Sep 19, 2013
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william g: Bung no it doesnt Sep 18, 2013
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Anuar P: Yes! It does. Sep 19, 2013
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William C: Yes. Sep 19, 2013
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Nicholas t asked: Hi, im riding a super tenere xt1200z and have gotten a pcv. I know my bike is a twin but read that i could use a single o2 sensor auto tune instead of the dual sensor at300. Any idea how i should install it? Dec 6, 2013
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David Y: If you read it on the internet then it has to be true right? :-)

You probably can, but the dual channel lets you customize the cylinders individually, which is great with a bike like a Ducati, where one cylinder is just a little different. I found this particularly useful when one of my plugs fouled due to the air bypass not letting cylinder number 1 get a good O2 reading.

Buy once, cry once. I have the dual channel on my Duc, I would definitely buy it again.
Dec 6, 2013
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david c: Mine is on a suzuki SV650. They collect from two into one. I put mine where the two pipes come together (the collector) before they go to a single pipe. Haven't had any issues with it being able to read the mixture, but you will get more accurate readings with an O2 sensor per bank. Dec 6, 2013
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Joe N: Hello. Yes it can be used. I had the weld on bung for Autotune welded to my header below engine just before swing arm. I am using arrow cat-less header. Should still be same if using stock header. Dec 6, 2013
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David R: No, but if you call Dynojet they can walk you through your options. Dec 6, 2013
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Jonathon G asked: I have an 07 gsxr 600 and looking to get this and the Dynojet PCV, which auto tuner should i get? Apr 22, 2014
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William C: I would recommend the AT-200 for your application. The AT-300 is designed for a V-Twin that needs the separate fuel control due to massive cylinder temperature differences because it is not in the direct air for cooling. With the 4 cylinder and liquid cooling this is less of an issue. Apr 22, 2014
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Wilson A: Hello Jonathon!
You should get AT-200, but I've bought it with a PCV and it didin't work. I've went to a Dynojet Center where they did a custom map and remove the Autotune. This is my experience and my bike is a FZ6 Fazer.
Apr 22, 2014
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Kristin R: Auto tune for the power commander will work just fine Apr 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this new 02 sensor give me an engine light? Jun 24, 2015
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Theodore T: No it won't give you a check engine light if installed correctly Jun 24, 2015
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Mark L: I did get any lights after installing it on my S1000RR. Jun 25, 2015
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Rob K asked: Which version should I get for a 2013 Triumph Street Triple R with a PCV 5? May 30, 2015
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Alexis S. P: It depends if you already have an aftermarket exhaust. If so ypu can do the single because with the aftermarket exhaust you usually don't have a catalyst converter. So is the version that you need to purchase the single if you have a aftermarket exhaust. If you have a factory exhaust install you need to do because on the bike it comes with 2 OC sensors. May 30, 2015
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Rob K: Well, I don't have a full aftermarket exhaust, just a SC-Project Conic slip on. Would that mean I need the AT-200 or 300? May 30, 2015
Chris F: Yes get a power commander v it is the best! Pass on the auto tune, and take the bike to a shop with a dyno have them dial it in and save the map you will love the results Jun 1, 2015
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A shopper asked: Would this kit work on a 07 buell xb12r firebolt? May 30, 2014
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Rodney M: Dynojet auto tune is universal part for bikes, used together with power commander Pcv for the best result May 30, 2014
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Gregg H: Go to the power commander website support. They will be able to answer questions about compatibility. May 30, 2014
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James S asked: I have a 2015 Yamaha R1M,is there an autotuner available for the bike and which one would it be ? Oct 22, 2015
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ANDRE O: The autotune modules are all the same for all models of bikes - except on v twins you have the option if you want to tune both cylinders seperate or from one cylinder(dual band) Go to the powercommander web site and choose your specific bike and model from the dropdowns to see if there is a module compatible with the R1M because you get a module with the autotune that controls the closed loop rev range, and that one is configured bike specific. Oct 22, 2015
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James S: The drop down box does not give me an option of which one is compatible with the 2015 Yamaha R1M.Could you please help me with that ? Thanks alot for your time,it's really appreciated,I was told they don't make one for the M model yet. Oct 22, 2015
ANDRE O: Sorry James..thats what i thought.... You bike is a bit new i guess. Give pwcmdr n ring or mail them and ask when. Other option is to just get the pcv and get the bike to a dyno to get tuned. Oct 22, 2015
James S: I have the pcv on the bike already,if I can't get to a dyno which autotuner would work with the bike ? Oct 22, 2015
A S asked: Hi, I have an MV Agusta Brutale 910S (2007). I'm not interested in power gains. I don't ride hard, more like with a tourer bike. I want to know if using this with a map for fuel savings will be effective. At the moment the consumption is 34mpg or 7l/100km. Does anyone have info with this? I'm interested if you saved fuel and how much Even with other types of bikes. Thanks a lot! May 23, 2015
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CLEMENT L: It's a thin line between power and fuel efficiency. I would say you'll have to manipulate the maps or get one specifically for your needs. May 23, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a 2007 bmw r1200 r do I need the dual channel? Apr 12, 2015
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nicholas v: I would
Apr 12, 2015
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A shopper asked: Do you need the single or dual for a 2013 YFZ450r? Wanna make sure before I make a purchase. Mar 15, 2015
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zombie 6: single, the dual is for big v-twins. you can always check powercommander's website. look under faq or install videos for very helpful info... Mar 16, 2015
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Norbert D asked: I got 2010 yzf-R1 Do I want the AT-200 or AT-300? Mar 8, 2015
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Rick P: I have at 200 it work good with the PCV with a k&n air filter And if u want to go get the map switch u can turn the auto tune on and off and run the map u loaded into the pcv Mar 8, 2015
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A shopper asked: Do you have to modify a 2013 Ducati 848 Evo to make this fit ? Jul 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi, I have an MV Agusta Brutale 910S (2007). I'm not interested in power gains. I don't ride hard, more like with a tourer bike. I want to know if using this with a map for fuel savings will be effective. At the moment the consumption is 34mpg or 7l/100km. Does anyone have info? Even with other bikes. Thanks a lot! May 23, 2015
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