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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-16-2013, 04:11 AM Thread Starter
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Hi. I have a Yoshimura slip on, standard air filter and I just ordered a Power Commander V. Hopefully the commander will smooth out the surging from 3,200 - 3,800rpm on my 2013 Versys. Has anyone got or can recommend suitable Power Commander maps for my setup. The Dyno site doesn't have a great selection. Cheer Eddie
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Just thought I'd update. I ditched the PC V and fitted a Dobeck.
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I had the PCV and a Termingnoni Exhaust installed in my V with Stock Air Filter. I do not have a Custom Map for the Termi so I just uploaded the Stock Air Filter and Two Bros Exhaust Map Config from the PC Site. Its works quite well with no popping on decel which was my main concern. The Bike runs smoother and power in low range is noticed. Hope it helps.
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Hi Gigitt,

I bought the PC 2nd hand. It was listed as the correct part for my bike year. But I couldn't get it running. I sold it again. The buyer never came back to me, so I assume it worked on the right bike.
I came across the Dobeck and thought I would give it a try. Install was easy and it seems to have solved most of my fuelling issues. I'm running it as standard. I do plan to stick it on a dyno at some stage, just to see how the set-up is with my bike.
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Hi Gigitt,

I bought the PC 2nd hand. It was listed as the correct part for my bike year. But I couldn't get it running. I sold it again. The buyer never came back to me, so I assume it worked on the right bike.
I came across the Dobeck and thought I would give it a try. Install was easy and it seems to have solved most of my fuelling issues. I'm running it as standard. I do plan to stick it on a dyno at some stage, just to see how the set-up is with my bike.

I just installed a PCV and Auto Tune... There is a thread on the UK forums about it not working and I solved MY issue and which might have solved yours.

For anyone else reading this, You have to make sure that the Power Commander V Fuel Injector Harness RED wire corresponds the 12V wire of the OEM harness... The Factory OEM harness connector does not follow a wiring standard as the Fuel Injectors do not have polarity so the wires can sometimes be switched between bikes.

My 2012 Versys, I needed to de-pin the factory harness (small flat screwdriver is all that is needed) and swap the pins around in the connector.
She Fired straight up then!
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I just installed a PCV and Auto Tune... There is a thread on the UK forums about it not working and I solved MY issue and which might have solved yours.

For anyone else reading this, You have to make sure that the Power Commander V Fuel Injector Harness RED wire corresponds the 12V wire of the OEM harness... The Factory OEM harness connector does not follow a wiring standard as the Fuel Injectors do not have polarity so the wires can sometimes be switched between bikes.

My 2012 Versys, I needed to de-pin the factory harness (small flat screwdriver is all that is needed) and swap the pins around in the connector.
She Fired straight up then!
I went through TWO powercommander 5's before I found this post...Dynojet didn't seem to know anything about the problem until after my mechanic informed them (after I told him)...
I was looking around the site for a good map for my yoshi exhaust..but I'm leaning towards having my mechanic tune it (ex-honda race team tuner)...
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