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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 06-28-2014, 11:43 AM Thread Starter
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DYNOJET POWERVISION reviews

Anyone using this and what are your thoughts? Do you have to keep the powervision hooked up at all times ?
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Yes I use one I had it for some time now
Yes I keep it hooked up most of the time, does not need to be hooked up , because I use some of the other tools it has .
I like it, it works I wish it was water proof.


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a lot of folks use it. yes, it is a great device. there are a few places to get one, but, if you get it from fuelmoto, they will give you lifetime map support, load it with a map to fit your configuration, and double the mfg warranty.

no, you do not have to leave it hooked up. only if you are doing autotune runs, or you want to monitor something (gauge packages are user configurable)

I understand the concept of reality, but find it too confining for a way of life.

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I should be beaten. For not mentioning Fuel Moto Is the place to buy one.
Better support than from the manufacturer. You get maps from Fuel moto better than the canned maps.
Last Fuel Moto is just a darn great place to spend your cash.
Skratch thank you for bring that up.


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#1. No, it does not HAVE to stay hooked up, you can simply load the baseline map and run it as is. OR, you can do some of your own self(auto) tuning, load up the results and take it off, OR you can simply leave it on and take advantage of it's full functionality. Gauges, fuel economy calcs, extra trip meters, limited live tuning, data recording etc.
If you have the desire and time to learn it's features there's a lot of built in usefulness.

2. It does work very well. Again, you get out of it what you put in. Every bike/engine combination is slightly different. You can call up FuelMoto, tell them what you are running and they will send you a map that will likely be very close, however in most cases running a few autotune runs on that tune will further tailor it to your bike and riding style.

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I have mine on all the time. After your tune is dialed in, there are lots of other things to view. Like Smitty, I wish they were water proof. I carry a zip lock baggie with me.
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I have mine on all the time. After your tune is dialed in, there are lots of other things to view. Like Smitty, I wish they were water proof. I carry a zip lock baggie with me.
You and I came up with the same idea. I have found if it gets wet and touch screen fails to work you can stick it in a bag of rice and it will come back.
I have been known to ride in some nasty rain.


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You can get a multiple tune license also. I bought a power vision for the '13 fugly. Then I bought another license for our 09 softail. Then the buddies wanted to tune with it. We now have a total of 6 bikes tuned with the one tuner

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I hooked mine up once to flash the pre-filled tune from Fuel Moto. It's been sitting on the shelf ever since. My bike runs great with the pre-filled tune so I see no need in messing with it.

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I'm wondering if it could be waterproofed with some clear silicone?


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