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Ive lost the manual on mine, so isnt the red button on the right suppose to power on/off the unit? did I read somewhere that I can autotune with it now? or do I still have to buy the autotune module?

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No idea what the red button is for ... other than it's not an on/off switch and it's not meant for end-users. Probably some sort of diagnostic switch for the manufacturer.

You can do an Auto Tune "basic" with what you have, or spend the money for the AT module and included wide band 02 sensors that will give you greater flexibility for open loop tuning. There's a lot of info at Fuel Moto's or DynoJet's website, as well as downloadable manuals.

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Thanks Phil, ill look again on line for the manual. Gonna put it back on bike this afternoon, but I didn't notice the at button on mine

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Ive lost the manual on mine, so isnt the red button on the right suppose to power on/off the unit? did I read somewhere that I can autotune with it now? or do I still have to buy the autotune module?

You can get the manual at http://www.dynojet.com/powervision/p...Power%20Vision

You need to update the software with the PV Update Client to be able to use the new autotune feature.








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You can do an Auto Tune "basic" with what you have, or spend the money for the AT module and included wide band 02 sensors that will give you greater flexibility for open loop tuning. There's a lot of info at Fuel Moto's or DynoJet's website, as well as downloadable manuals.
did you mean closed loop?

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ok I found the AT button, can I put it in autotune mode and run with it or do I have to do anything else?

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im not really the one to be answering this question, i haven't done much autotuning yet. i would go to the fuelmoto website (or dynojets) and download the instructions. it isn't very difficult, but there are a couple of things to do prior to make sure you have good results

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did you mean closed loop?
Hell, I don't know. lol
I'm still trying to wrap my head around this EFI business but my understanding is that AutoTune Pro (auto tune module with wideband sensors) will read data and make adjustments outside of the normal closed loop, narrowband AFR range. I guess you could say it's "extending" closed loop range but I was thinking of it more as giving the ability to read/adjust the areas normally in open loop. (and why I said more flexibility for open loop) Now I'm not sure which would be the more accurate statement. lol

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