Power Commander 6 Information
What’s NEW with the Dynojet Power Commander PC6?
For years, Power Commander users have been accustomed to viewing fuel tune maps as positive or negative numbers in the cells, as well as having the ability to view the map notes (old note format shown).
Let’s take a journey using our tried and true Street Style Map for the Gen 1 Hayabusa … Map BDE-027D-G3 until the PCV came out with its limited note-holding ability and the map was renamed BPP-S1302_ALL_PCV_Street-027D.
PC3R Fuel Map Example with view/edit notes shown:
PC6 Primary Injector Fuel Adjustment (%) Example, 250 RPM resolution shown (showing numbers hidden behind all zero’s above): As you can see from above, the PC6 still has the same map stored as the previous versions, but this can now only be determined by viewing the map notes since the end user cannot see the hidden fuel numbers. Unfortunately, the end user does not have the ability to view the hidden numbers. This makes having the highest quality map, available from a trusted source, more important than ever.
Brock’s Performance has supplied the highest quality fuel mapping to our customers for many years and plans to continue doing so for many more.
After receiving a Brock’s Performance Map from our map support system, the information in the body of the e-mail is critical. Please follow the instructions in the body of the e-mail.
So… that’s what’s up with the PC6.