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The Power Commander is a fuel injection adjustment unit that plugs “inline” with the machine’s stock ECU (electronic control unit). The PC uses original equipment style connectors, so no splicing or cutting of the harness is required. Most installations take less than 15 minutes, some as little as 5 minutes.
Changes are made to the machine's fuel and, in some cases, ignition curves via the PC’s onboard microprocessor. Using this technology we are able to offer a large area of adjustment without making any permanent changes to the machine’s ECU. Removing the PC returns the machine to its previous stock condition. Each unit comes complete with software and cable link that allows you to change between different maps or make adjustments to a map file.
The New Power Commander V is loaded with tons of new features. Below you will find some Power Commander V features.
On select models, gain control over fuel delivery AND timing with the new Power Commander V with fuel and ignition control. The best of both worlds, now you can realize all the benefits of the Power Commander V and the Ignition Module 5 wrapped in a single enclosure. This Power Commander V is available for select twin cylinder engines.
On select models a new version of PCV is now available that’s perfect for forced induction applications. This new unit, PCV-PTi, comes with a Bosch 3 bar MAP/Temp sensor as part of the PCV harness for expanded capabilities built into the control center software.
The PTi version of the PCV gives you the ability to modify your fuel curve based off a pressure (boost) table and/or temperature table. The pressure table gives you 3D mapping capability based on boost vs RPM, while the temperature table gives you 2D mapping capability with up to 50 points of adjustment.
This new version of the Power Commander V is perfect for turbocharged or supercharged applications looking for precision, control, and reliability.
These items are intended for closed-course competition only. Alternation of emissions-related components can constitute violation of federal and/or state laws. Substantial fines and penalties can result if used for other than closed-course competition use.