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Does anyone have or have a link to the available list of maps for this tuner? Seems extremely hard to find or else I'm not doing something right.
 

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get a hold of dynojet. I don't think there is maps for it like the PCV
 

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I just ask because I'm not at home and I was given 09002005 tune for my application with Tri-ovals and Lloydz filter but I thought I had seen somewhere before that particular one was for stock pipes and intake.
 

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get a hold of dynojet. I don't think there is maps for it like the PCV
Like others right now, I'm running into a wall with this. While they're is a large library of maps available for Power Commander and the original Power Vision, it seems there are virtually none available right now from either fuel moto or Dynojet for the newer Powervision cx for Victories. As as happened in the past, both are likely waiting for skilled dyno tuners to build maps from scratch for their clients that will eventually find their way into the libraries of Dynojet and fue moto.
 

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Finally found the list I had stumbled across before.....


09002001 VPFPMCYAAKE : Stock exhaust, Stock Intake


09002002 VPFPMCYAAKE : Arlen Ness Big Honkers, Lloyds HOH-VM1-DR cams, Lloyds high flow air filter


09002003 VPFPMBYAAKC : Arlen Ness Big Honkers, Lloyds HOH-VM1-DR cams, Lloyds high flow air filter


09002004 VPEPMAYAAKC : Arlen Ness Big Honkers, Lloyds HOH-VM1-DR cams, Lloyds high flow air filter


09002005 VPGPMAYAAKF : Stock exhaust, Stock Intake


09002006 VPGPJAYAAKF : Stock exhaust, Stock Intake, Stage 1 ECM


09002007 VPFPKBYAAKE : Nascar 6 mufflers, Lloyds air filter


09002008 VPBPMAYAAK8 : Nascar 6 mufflers, Lloyds air filter


09002009 VPBPMAYAAK8 : Bassani mufflers, Lloyds air filter


09002010 VPEPMAYAAKD : Trask 2-1 full exhaust, Lloyds drop in air filter


09002012 VPGPPAYAALB : Victory Performance slip-ons, Stock Intake


09002013 VPEPJAYAAKC : Open slip-ons, Lloyds air filter


09002014 VPDPKAYAAKC : Open mufflers, Lloyds air filter


09002015 VPDPMAYAAKD : Open slip-ons, Lloyds air filter


09002016 VPFPMAYAAKD : Open slip-ons, Lloyds air filter


09002017 VPGPPAYAALA : Victory Performance slip-ons, Stock Intake


09002018 VPFPMCYAAKE : Open slip-ons, Lloyds air filter


09002019 VPCPMAYAAKC : Open slip-ons, Lloyds air filter


09002021 VPGPPAYAAKF : Victory Performance slip-ons, Stock Intake


09002022 VPCPKAYAAKC : Open mufflers, Lloyds air filter
 

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sure.... Here's the link


http://www.dynojet.com/powervision/powervision-products-details.aspx?mdlid=3768&mdl=106" models&yrid=3147&yr=2016&mkid=3759&mkn=Victory&pId=2873&pnum=PV-09002
 

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I guess I'm missing something with the specifics because when I enter my file the only return I get is the 005. I wouldn't think there would be a big enough variance between the years of the ECU to restrict one year from all the other possible tunes.
 

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If I go with one I have already factored in getting at Fuel Moto and paying the extra $125 or whatever for the remote tune. These things are too new. Either do that with Fuel Moto or go to a specialist. IMO Cancels out the need to post up or download some other bikes tune.
 

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The issue with flash tuning is that the altered tune file (.DJT) needs to be compatible with the stock tune file in your bike (.STK). .STK files from the factory vary greatly in their designations, I have found variances even between bikes that are same model same year. Then there is also the fact that tunes for the US market vary from the International market ones.

That is why, when you enter your details on the Dynojet website that only one or even no tunes show up. The best thing to do is to contact Dynojet tech support, email them your stock tune and it is a simple job for them to transpose the settings for an appropriate altered tune into one that is compatible for your bike.
 

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The issue with flash tuning is that the altered tune file (.DJT) needs to be compatible with the stock tune file in your bike (.STK). .STK files from the factory vary greatly in their designations, I have found variances even between bikes that are same model same year. Then there is also the fact that tunes for the US market vary from the International market ones.

That is why, when you enter your details on the Dynojet website that only one or even no tunes show up. The best thing to do is to contact Dynojet tech support, email them your stock tune and it is a simple job for them to transpose the settings for an appropriate altered tune into one that is compatible for your bike.
I have been in touch with tech support, their first reply was to do as stated on their website to see available tunes. I have emailed back as that is what I already did and just waiting for a reply. We will see how that goes but I do guess that a remote tune via FuelMoto if not a dyno tune would be best, I'm just wanting the best tune until that is done.

I will say that I just got back from a great long ride and have to say that the difference with the Lloydz air filter, Tri-Ovals and the 005 tune is very very impressive regardless! Can't help but think just how much I LOVE this bike day after day! :)
 

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Blog specific to Victory & PVCX

I am writing a Blog just for tuning Victory's which will help this community. I don't own one, but am fairly good with the PVCX and Power Core Software Suite so wanted to help guide folks on how to tune their own bikes using the Dynojet product.

I have written equations for both wideband and narrowband tuning that are used in Dynojet's Power Core Software Suite. Just have to send an email to craigbennett1960 at yahoo and I will send them out.

The Victory's tune up really well. What I do is use the base tune you currently have and tune from there. With the Victory Visteon ECU able to go closed-loop from 14.3 to 14.7, you can pretty much dial-in the whole operational range.

Here is the link to the Victory Blog

Victory Motorcycle Tuning


I will be updating it this week with settings explanation and then a tutorial on tuning.
 

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I am writing a Blog just for tuning Victory's which will help this community. I don't own one, but am fairly good with the PVCX and Power Core Software Suite so wanted to help guide folks on how to tune their own bikes using the Dynojet product.

I have written equations for both wideband and narrowband tuning that are used in Dynojet's Power Core Software Suite. Just have to send an email to craigbennett1960 at yahoo and I will send them out.

The Victory's tune up really well. What I do is use the base tune you currently have and tune from there. With the Victory Visteon ECU able to go closed-loop from 14.3 to 14.7, you can pretty much dial-in the whole operational range.

Here is the link to the Victory Blog


Victory Motorcycle Tuning


I will be updating it this week with settings explanation and then a tutorial on tuning.
That is awesome Craig! Thank you for the info and time taken to create the blog on tuning Vics. Ill have to find the time to read it thoroughly and see if I can wrap my mind around all that info.
 
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