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post #41 of 48 (permalink) Old 11-04-2010, 01:01 AM
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Thanks mad dog......i will give them a call first thing in the morning and ask. I just ordered it this morning they said i should receive it no later then saturday....so ill be installing it...thanks again..

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So i got my power commander installed just like it says and when i start the bike it turns on for about 5 seconds then shuts off....plz help!!!!!!

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I know this is an old thread, but Ive had nothing but trouble with my autotune. When I 1st installed it, it worked, but not long enough to get a good tune. The light on the module started to blink and i would only get sparse eratic trims if any at all. After several tries and some tech support help, we determined it may be a bad 02 sensor. $100 bucks later i have the same results with the new sensor. More tech support and Its suggested that the module is bad. So I sent it back to Dyno Jet. They sent it back, said it checked out good. Its been in my garage for nearly a year and I decided to try it again. Ive got a different quad and a different set up from a year ago and a pretty good base map, but I know theres more power to be had. Anyway, Ive installed it and just like before the power light is blinking, WTF? Has anyone else had this blinking light issue?
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I know this is an old thread, but Ive had nothing but trouble with my autotune. When I 1st installed it, it worked, but not long enough to get a good tune. The light on the module started to blink and i would only get sparse eratic trims if any at all. After several tries and some tech support help, we determined it may be a bad 02 sensor. $100 bucks later i have the same results with the new sensor. More tech support and Its suggested that the module is bad. So I sent it back to Dyno Jet. They sent it back, said it checked out good. Its been in my garage for nearly a year and I decided to try it again. Ive got a different quad and a different set up from a year ago and a pretty good base map, but I know theres more power to be had. Anyway, Ive installed it and just like before the power light is blinking, WTF? Has anyone else had this blinking light issue?
this is why i wouldnt even bother with that thing, take that thing off sell it and take the money you sold it for and go get a dyno tune. the auto tune will never get your bike running like a dyno tune will, the guy who just dyno'd my bike told me that 5 people who had those brought their bikes in cause " they weren't running quite right" he freed up like 5hp on each bike. thats my 2cents on it take it for what it is, i don't think the product is worth the money, imo the only way it is worth it if you lived in a place with no dyno access
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this is why i wouldnt even bother with that thing, take that thing off sell it and take the money you sold it for and go get a dyno tune. the auto tune will never get your bike running like a dyno tune will, the guy who just dyno'd my bike told me that 5 people who had those brought their bikes in cause " they weren't running quite right" he freed up like 5hp on each bike. thats my 2cents on it take it for what it is, i don't think the product is worth the money, imo the only way it is worth it if you lived in a place with no dyno access
I somewhat agree, im just one of those determined guys. It troubles me that I cant get it to work.
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I somewhat agree, im just one of those determined guys. It troubles me that I cant get it to work.
i hope you do figure it out, its just everyone that i have talked to about it that has one regrets buying it, i think its the first gen and its gonna have issues, down the road they may dial it in better but i wouldn't get one right now. the concept is great the follow through isn't. i really hope you figure it out and you get more help than someone telling you to read the directions or call dynojet good luck
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I think where most people mess up with the Auto tune is they take a 5min. ride and accept the changes then keep doing it with 5 min rides. It doesn't work that way, you need long rides like a hour at a time for it to get averages then accept those changes and so on. 5min. rides ain't gona do anything except make it worse.
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I think where most people mess up with the Auto tune is they take a 5min. ride and accept the changes then keep doing it with 5 min rides. It doesn't work that way, you need long rides like a hour at a time for it to get averages then accept those changes and so on. 5min. rides ain't gona do anything except make it worse.
I agree with that, Unfortunately i cant even get mine to offer trims. Im sure the blinking power light is a tell tale sign that something is wrong. I just cant figure out what.
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