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Discussion in 'Tech Q&A' started by mayday78, May 22, 2017.

  1. huberei

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    so, this isn't from dynojet but from fuelmoto only? sounded like its something more official...
    would be great if you could ask him about a 106-option. i would be a customer for sure.
     
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    Yes, this is a FuelMoto backed service. FuelMoto already have extensive experience with the PVCX as it has been available for the 111 for over 14 months.
    All the PVCX compatible vehicles will be included in the service, the website just hasn't been updated yet. So yes.....the 106 can be done now. I am waiting on a determination as to how wideband support will work, in that case a WBCX kit is additionally required......whether it be bought or hired. It is somewhat problematic with the 111 as their stock O2 sensors are 12mm whereas the wideband sensors are 18mm. No such problem with the 106....we have 18mm holes from the factory.
    I have said this before, but I reckon the vast majority of stock or Stage1 106 owners will benefit massively from just the narrowband tune....and it requires no more than the PVCX unit itself. A very cost effective way to get a much better tune into your bike. Victory tunes are crap, and anyone still using one is missing out.
    We will shortly be getting much more information and help from FuelMoto as they gear up.
    #craigb1960
     
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    ok, jamie just added the victorys... :D

    could it be, that Dynojet - Power Vision Licensing is the option you mentioned, to buy additional licenses for more than 1 bike on 1 PVCX?


    EDIT:
    the licensing offer is just for the harley PV's... -.-'
     
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    If you plan on buying a PVCX it would be very smart to buy it from FuelMoto. They have excellent support for units they sell way beyond what a manufacturer would provide. I learned the hard way not knowing better at the time, buying my HD's DynoJet PowerVision from Dynojet and not FuelMoto. Those guys are top notch in the DIY flash tuner biz.
     
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    thx for the advise, but i allready ordered one from a shop nearby. living in switzerland i prefere having the dynocenter on my side of the atlantic ocean... ;)
    but i probalby will use their remote-tune-offer sometime this year...
     
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    Yes in your situation that may be the best way to go.
     
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    I believe that additional licencing is coming at some point.
     
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    Can somebody please upload his stock-file before stage1 or anything else was done?

    I just got my pvcx and would like to compare the official stage1-tune with a totally untouched basic map.
     
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    Hard to get those stock tunes. I've read lots and all were Stage 1.
     
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    Resurrecting an older post to inquire about what happened to the PVCX support for Victory 106 cuin bikes. I was interested in the CX over the Maximus since the logging could done with the CX alone (no wideband or laptop like Maximis). I also liked the code clearing ability and engine operating parameter views that could be monitored if a CX was kept along. There seems to be little DIY support for Maximus. Anyone know what happened?
     
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    No clue, have you contacted either of them directly?
     
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    The PVCX is no longer available. Dynojet replaced it with the PV3. The PV3 does not support Victory, except Octane. The CX was a great DIY product but they could not justify continuing support for a motorcycle that is no longer made.
     
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    Tune with Maximus and be done.
     
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    Victory was discontinued early 2017. A couple of years later, Dynojet ceased production of PVCX for Victory. I think the same holds for Maximus from what I recall seeing, but there’s a claim that TechnoResearch is still producing the Maximus flash unit which would be odd given the tiny demand.

    Unless something changed recently, you should be able to buy a PVCX unit at several outlets (existing inventory) for about $300. Dynojet’s tuning software (there are detailed threads about how to use it) still should enable you tune and flash 106 ECUs as before.

    Dynojet’s new flash units for Indian don’t support 106 ECUs but you’re not missing much. Our bikes haven’t changed since three years back and what exists is plenty to flash tune our bikes. Indian is different as they keep making major mods that require new support in the power vision product lines. Irrelevant for Vics unless Dynojet were to add autotune like for HD.
     
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    I contacted a former known seller the other day (can't recall who... maybe FuelMoto USA...?? but that was a busy day), and did send question to DynoJet directly on their site today, asking for the PVCX part number.
     

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