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Was at Harley open house in York, Pa yesterday and there were two mobile dyno's in the surrounding vendor areas. Both were certified Dynojet tuners but to my surprise neither one would work with the Dynojet Powervision system. One very pleasantly declined, the other was so bold to say it was the worst flash tuner ever designed and Fuel Moto pushes the higher priced unit knowing they will never see the bike for tuning. I bit my lip and walked away!


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That's strange, the last time I was at Daytona they had a Dynojet tuner their who was selling the Power Vision. I wonder what the story is?

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maybe they didn't want to embarrass Harleys Tuners ??

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I bet both of them would have been happy to use the SERT??

Guessing both were selected to be there for a reason.
I'm surprised the MoCo hasn't come out with their own dynos. They came up a bit late on the draw though, and it'd be pretty hard to do without getting into some sticky patent issues.

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I bet both of them would have been happy to use the SERT??

Guessing both were selected to be there for a reason.
I'm surprised the MoCo hasn't come out with their own dynos. They came up a bit late on the draw though, and it'd be pretty hard to do without getting into some sticky patent issues.
Both were tuning with Dynojet products (PCIII and PC-V) but neither wanted anything to do with the Powervision. Like I said before, one politely declined and the other was an obnoxious ass hat. The Fuel Moto comment was way out of line.


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My understanding is that the PC III and V are both piggyback units and the Vision is a full ECU flash unit.


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Not to jack the thread but is the Power Vision any good? I just have stage one parts now with a V&H fuel pack and it runs like crap. I was looking at the PV cause of the Fuel Moto support but i was wondering... Will it support future cams and heads and stuff or is it not that advanced? Also do i have to keep it mounted on the bars or can i flash and then take it off?

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Well while I was at the Delmar Ocean City bike rally just a week ago I came across the "Dynojet" mobile tuner and not very good customer skills the guy tells me that he charges $400.00 for the tune, he proceeds to ask me what device I'm using PV and he asks me where did I get it I told him fuelmoto he then starts trashing Jaimie that he doesn't know what he is doing and that he knows and does a better job than Jaimie. So I ask him how he goes about tuning the device and he says he uses the auto tune pro with my unit. I tell him that I don't have 18mm bungs on my head pipe and when I said bungs he looked at me like I was speaking a different language. He then explained to me that he was going to remove my heat shields closest to my engine and he was going to proceed with drilling a hole in each of the pipes, I asked him how was he going to tig or mig weld the bungs into the head pipe (there goes the look again) finally what he got to after me asking questions was that he was going to put 2 nutserts into my head pipe and he would then screw in his o2 sensors and tune it. I asked him about exhaust leak and he didn't like my questions so he caught an attitude which now made the customer for which had his bike up on the rollers ready to be drilled seem very concerned and he had the guy pull his bike off and didn't want him to touch the bike. ......I kept walking away as the guy came over to me to ask about Fuelmoto and how he can get a power vision as well.

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We see this kind of ignorance all the time. Tuners bashing EFI systems. I have spent a lot of money and time to get the right training to use Tts Se tuner power vision Tmax. What normally happens when shops bash EFI systems because there do not know how to use the software. Instead of saying I don't know how to use it instead it's a piece of shit. Or they go on bashing the shop that sold the unit. We just seen these on Thursday with a Tmax we sold 2 years ago the hd dealer would not touch the bike and all it's was a lose connection we walked him through the issue as the bike sat at the HD dealer. Now thats BS on the dealers side we are 2hours away and he was ready to tow his bike to us. Instead spending all that time bashing people items and shops should spend a little more learning to fix the issue and learn to use EFI software etc.,
Just my 2 cents.

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We see this kind of ignorance all the time. Tuners bashing EFI systems. I have spent a lot of money and time to get the right training to use Tts Se tuner power vision Tmax. What normally happens when shops bash EFI systems because there do not know how to use the software. Instead of saying I don't know how to use it instead it's a piece of shit. Or they go on bashing the shop that sold the unit. We just seen these on Thursday with a Tmax we sold 2 years ago the hd dealer would not touch the bike and all it's was a lose connection we walked him through the issue as the bike sat at the HD dealer. Now thats BS on the dealers side we are 2hours away and he was ready to tow his bike to us. Instead spending all that time bashing people items and shops should spend a little more learning to fix the issue and learn to use EFI software etc.,
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That sums it up very nicely Frank! Thanks.


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