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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-25-2019, 07:00 PM Thread Starter
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Programming Cruise Control with a Baker DD7

Hey all, I need some help..........

I have a 2017 RGS M8, Stage4 Performance upgrade but still using my stock heads, HD Powervision tuner, and a Baker DD7 7 speed.

As a high performance muscle car manual transmission guy, I chose the DD7 because of the lower 3.74:1 1st gear ratio to make my RGS jump out of the hole in 1st gear.
My performance Powervision tune from my local HD dealer is fantastic, it turned my RGS into a tire fryer, and a real blast to ride.

My issue; installing a DD7 changes the speedometer gear indicator reading which is fine but, but when I am in 7th gear the cruise control does not work. I received the ratio codes from Powervision to input and make the cruise work in 7th gear but, it doesn't.

Anyone else sort through this and could offer guidance?

Thanks.........Jody
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Hey all, I need some help..........

I have a 2017 RGS M8, Stage4 Performance upgrade but still using my stock heads, HD Powervision tuner, and a Baker DD7 7 speed.

As a high performance muscle car manual transmission guy, I chose the DD7 because of the lower 3.74:1 1st gear ratio to make my RGS jump out of the hole in 1st gear.
My performance Powervision tune from my local HD dealer is fantastic, it turned my RGS into a tire fryer, and a real blast to ride.

My issue; installing a DD7 changes the speedometer gear indicator reading which is fine but, but when I am in 7th gear the cruise control does not work. I received the ratio codes from Powervision to input and make the cruise work in 7th gear but, it doesn't.

Anyone else sort through this and could offer guidance?

Thanks.........Jody
Do you mean Dynojet Power Vision ? If so , the problem is in the power vision. ITS been a while but there is a fix for it. You need to change something in the tune on the Power vision.
Did you buy it from Fuel moto? Give them or Dynojet a call. They will tell you how to solve that problem.

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Do you mean Dynojet Power Vision ? If so , the problem is in the power vision. ITS been a while but there is a fix for it. You need to change something in the tune on the Power vision.
Did you buy it from Fuel moto? Give them or Dynojet a call. They will tell you how to solve that problem.
It's the Dyno Jet Power Vision.......Baker gave me the Power Vision gear ratio codes to input each gear 1st through 6th. These codes were installed, I guess I need to contact Dynojet.

Are there multiple Dynojet Power Vision tuners that can be used on the same bike?

Thanks for your reply.
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I had a DD7 in my '15 and could not get my CC to ever work as my Gear Indicator went for 1 when in 1 to 6 when in 7......nothing in between......and I got it to work ONCE when over 50 mph.......anything under....nada

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It's the Dyno Jet Power Vision.......Baker gave me the Power Vision gear ratio codes to input each gear 1st through 6th. These codes were installed, I guess I need to contact Dynojet.

Are there multiple Dynojet Power Vision tuners that can be used on the same bike?

Thanks for your reply.
That right. You got to do something to the tune that makes the power vision see 0 in first gear. Don't remember much more.

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I talked to a Chris, one of the tech guys at Dynojet yesterday.

Chris assured me that the Power Vision can be tuned to operate CC in 7th gear as as long as you see 6th gear readout on the speedometer head while you are 7th gear. This also means that the needed steps and correct ratios were installed.

I'll keep the forum posted on my progress as the DD7 has a 3.74:1 1st gear and a stock RG 6 speed has a 3.34:1 1st gear. This DD7 gearing upgrade has changed the personalty of the bike with quick hole jumps and easier take-offs with the wife trolling along!
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I talked to a Chris, one of the tech guys at Dynojet yesterday.

Chris assured me that the Power Vision can be tuned to operate CC in 7th gear as as long as you see 6th gear readout on the speedometer head while you are 7th gear. This also means that the needed steps and correct ratios were installed.

I'll keep the forum posted on my progress as the DD7 has a 3.74:1 1st gear and a stock RG 6 speed has a 3.34:1 1st gear. This DD7 gearing upgrade has changed the personalty of the bike with quick hole jumps and easier take-offs with the wife trolling along!
That's it. You twerk the gear ratios and the PV will show first as 0 and seventh as 6th.
Maybe make a little totoral so others followings will have a cheat sheet.
Sorry I couldn't have been more of help.the old memory is going to shot as I age.

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That's it. You twerk the gear ratios and the PV will show first as 0 and seventh as 6th.
Maybe make a little totoral so others followings will have a cheat sheet.
Sorry I couldn't have been more of help.the old memory is going to shot as I age.
I am just thankful you replied bro! My memory isn't what it use to be either.......
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