Dynojet PCFC Fuel Controller
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  • Dynojet PCFC Fuel Controller

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MSRP
$249.95
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$37.49
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Dynojet PCFC Fuel Controller

The Power Commander Fuel Controller (PCFC) is a plug-n-play fuel management device pre-programmed with make and model specific maps. In addition the PCFC has the added ability to modify or change these maps on the fly without a computer. Users can literally select between a Power Commander FC Map, custom-built maps, or even fine tune low, mid or high rpm ranges while sitting on their bike and without plugging into a computer. Standard +/- 10% increments from selected map settings, different ranges are available using the supplied Control Center software. Users can also load up to 10 of their personally built Power Maps into the Power Commander FC and select between them while in the saddle - eliminating the need to "re-boot" with the computer every time a new map is desired.

Features:

  • Uses OEM style connectors and high quality wiring harnesses
  • Small, lightweight and easy-to-fit on the bike
  • Pre-programmed with PCFC Power Maps specific to make, model
  • No computer necessary for modifying fuel management
  • Fully adjustable computer compatibility for ultimate tuning and personalization
  • Accepts Power Commander maps
  • +250 / -100 fuel change cover almost all modifications
  • Enhanced “accel pump” utility (increased adjustment and sensitivity ranges) for a quicker throttle inputs
  • Made in USA
4 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • This unit is NOT compatible with any Dynojet accessories
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100% neccessary if you have aftermarket exhaust
My bike:
2015 ninja 650r ABS with two brothers full exhaust system with P1X silencer tip (brings DB down to 89.8 - semi legal in Canada)

Problem:
Following the installation of the full exhaust system, I noticed a dramatic loss in power. I usually roll with guys that have racers, and usually keep up easily, however with this exhaust, I couldn't... the air/gas ratio was way off and it would back-fire constantly.

Solution:
Power commander V or PCFC?
Since you do not need the ignition control or the quick shift mechanism (if you really want to high tune your bike... buy a super sport!), I recommend going with the PCFC.
You can download fuel maps on your computer and send them to the PCFC. While riding you can stop and switch between maps.
The difference is pretty noticeable, the power is back, the exhaust sound went down enough for it to be reasonable and overall the bike seam to be running much better.
The backfires are 60% gone (the rest being after burn, which can be plugged)

Installation
Tedious, you have to remove the gas tank, remove the air filter. the plugs themselves are easy to install, it's everything around it that's long. Took me about 3 hours start to finish (with 6 beers), can be done in 1 hour when you know what you are doing.
June 22, 2016