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limpetminer

posted on 13/6/22 at 09:46 AM Reply With Quote
Power commander tuning

Hi
Does anyone know where I can get a zx10r car set up with power commander v it is running very rich only doing 13 mpg, I am in thatcham in Berkshire .

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adithorp

posted on 13/6/22 at 12:54 PM Reply With Quote
I'd say Darren at Daytuner but Harrogate would be a bit of a schlep.





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roadrunner

posted on 14/6/22 at 02:18 PM Reply With Quote
Have you downloaded the map from the Dynojet website.
I have roughly the same set up but with PCIII.
I downloaded the nearest map and uploaded it to the PCIII. It runs quite well, but could do with a fettle.
These engines are not frugal at all. 70mph is 7k revs all said and done.

Brad

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limpetminer

posted on 15/6/22 at 11:03 AM Reply With Quote
power commander

I would try it myself but suspect previous owner did hence my problem, I have booked it in at PDQ which is quite near me, not so worried about MPG but it spits flames on overrun which is dangerous for pedestrians not bothered about cyclists thought don't want it getting bore wash or emulsified oil.
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limpetminer

posted on 24/6/22 at 10:30 AM Reply With Quote
Power commander re map

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Originally posted by limpetminer
I would try it myself but suspect previous owner did hence my problem, I have booked it in at PDQ which is quite near me, not so worried about MPG but it spits flames on overrun which is dangerous for pedestrians not bothered about cyclists thought don't want it getting bore wash or emulsified oil.

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coyoteboy

posted on 27/6/22 at 03:09 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by limpetminer
which is dangerous for pedestrians not bothered about cyclists thought don't want it getting bore wash or emulsified oil.









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limpetminer

posted on 30/6/22 at 09:09 AM Reply With Quote
Power commander

I have an issue with engine blowing itís water out so had to cancel re map, when I get it sorted is it fairly easy to download a map & do it myself? I am only looking to improve economy a bit. I managed to stop it being a flame thrower from exhaust by fitting a fresh air delete kit
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roadrunner

posted on 30/6/22 at 09:22 AM Reply With Quote
It is fairly easy to do.
Download the software, then find your set up and download the map.
You then connect your PCV to your lap top, save the original map just incase then swap to the new map and see how it runs.
I would still look into having a rolling tune as they can tweak it here and there.

Brad

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limpetminer

posted on 30/6/22 at 02:16 PM Reply With Quote
Power commander

Thanks for info I will give it a go
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