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A Dynojet tuning link approved center is a center that has up-to-date training, the latest tuning link software and the ability to provide you with the best possible Power Commander package and Dynojet solution.

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Honda Power Commander Remaps

Honda CBR1000RR 2010

Nice bike nice power curve with 163 hp, but wait there's more... Power Commander V and custom map equals nearly 170 horse power. Sweeeeeeet!!

"feel the difference"

Honda CBR1000RR on the dyno

CBR1000RR on the Dyno

Honda CBR1000RR dyno chart

Honda CBR1000RR dyno chart


Honda CBR1000RR Remapped

CBR1000RR with Two Brothers slipon muffler and KN air filter. We started with a base map that came with the PCV. After a full remap, even in Melbourne's mid-summer heat, it came up much better with 158 hp

"feel the difference"

Honda CBR1000RR in the workshop

Honda CBR1000RR in the workshop

CBR1000RR 158hp dyno chart

CBR1000RR 158hp dyno chart


Honda CBR1000XX

Honda Blackbird with single slipon muffler and KN air filter. Not much chop you'd have to say.

That is until it's been on our dyno to have a custom map made for it with PCV. Now look at it, almost 10 more hp and that flat spot at the bottom...... it's all gone.

"feel the difference"

Honda CBR1000XX on the dyno

Honda CBR1000XX on the dyno

Honda CBR1000XX dyno chart

Honda CBR1000XX dyno chart


Honda CBR954

This bike already has Staintune slip-on pipes and PCIII. We fitted a K&N air filter and mapped in a custom map. Not a huge improvement, however it's better right through the rev range and just shows that it's worth spending a few more dollars to make a custom map. The owner reported much better throttle response and mid range power.

"feel the difference"

Honda CBR954 on the dyno

Honda CBR954 on the Dyno

Honda CBR954 dyno chart

Honda CBR954 dyno chart


Honda VFR800

This bike already has Staintune slipon pipes and PCIII. We fitted a KN air filter and map a custom map. Not a huge improvement, however it's better right through the rev range and just shows that it's worth spending a few more dollars to make a custom map. The owner reported much better throttle response and mid range power.

"feel the difference"

Honda VFR800 on the dyno

Honda VFR800 on the Dyno

Honda VFR800 dyno chart

Honda VFR800 dyno chart


Honda CBR600 F4

As an every day commuter you want your bike to run nicely, ie smooth power, good throttle response, strong acceleration.... 

Power commander fitted and remapped, that's just what we ended up with.

"feel the difference"

Honda CBR600 F4 on the dyno

Honda CBR600 F4 on the dyno

Honda CBR600 F4 dyno chart

Honda CBR600 F4 dyno chart


Honda VTR1000 SP2

Install one PCIII add a K&N air filter, create a custom map and this little baby has almost 130hp
Better throttle response, better mid-range and improve fuel economy. Sweeeet!

"feel the difference"

Honda VTR1000 SP2 on the dyno

Honda VTR1000 SP2 on the dyno

Honda VTR1000 SP2 on the dyno

Honda VTR1000 SP2 on the dyno


Honda CBR600RR 2008

Honda CBR600RR 2008 on the dyno

Honda CBR600RR 2008 on the dyno

Here's what happens when you do all the right things except for disconnecting the oxygen sensor. The ECU keeps adjusting the air fuel mixtures to maintain the preset figures it's programmed with.

You must disconnect the oxygen sensor when fitting a Power Commander unless the instructions tell you otherwise. If you have a look at the fuel mixtures you'll see what I mean.

The usual amount of time on the dyno was still required to make a new map for the Leo Vince race exhausts and KN filter, but worth every minute in terms of the gains to be had.

"feel the difference"

CBR600RR Torque Graph

CBR600RR Torque Graph

CBR600RR Air Fuel Graph

CBR600RR Air Fuel Graph

CBR600RR HorsePower Graph

CBR600RR HP Fuel Graph


Hornet Remapped for Economy

Here's how to have your cake and eat it to. The nice thing about fuel injection is you can make two maps with a Power Commander - one for good economy on the road and another for those fun days at Phillip Island. All you do is keep them on file in your computer and load them onto the Power Commander when you need via a USB cable in less than a minute.

Power Commander remap Honda Hornet

Power Commander remap Honda Hornet

Power Commander remap for Hornet

Power Commander graph Honda Hornet

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