V-Twin Forum banner

1 - 11 of 11 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
2,941 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
Here goes. The PC V was not right for me so went with Power vision.
Band new 2013 RGU , the learning curve begins now.

So far thing looks good.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
2,941 Posts
Discussion Starter #3
Dealer married it up for me and down loaded a map. bike seems to run good.
I updated all the software at home. That all went fine.
Had my first head ache it would not read the ECU for a bit then it started working just fine. I unplugged it a few times,cycled run/stop switch a few times one of those things fixed it.
This may be over kill for what I need but I plan on learning more about it.
What I will be trying to do with it is.
Cover the Night Stick 2 into 2 with stock headers and CAT still in exhaust and SE heavy breather. I am not to worried about more power. I want it ti run right and get fuel mileage it should.
In summer CATS will come out when I figure out if I want to use gutter headers I have or go with a new aftermarket header.
Did I mention this Dyno jet looks cool.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
2,941 Posts
Discussion Starter #4
With the rain and cold Managed to get 600 miles on it this week.
Seems to run well with the PV installed and the canned map that is close to my AC and pipes.
May need some refining or a different map fuel mileage is a bit lower than expected but need to give it time.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
2,941 Posts
Discussion Starter #5
Where can you buy after market mounts and Sun visors for Power vision.
I don't mind paying for a product but I will not be scammed. Dynojet marks the shipping up by 2 times That I will not do. Not about the money just no reason for it.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
4 Posts
pv valve fitted with add on auto tune on a 08 ultra the only problem there is limited clearance on the rear exhaust header pipe when fitting the new exhaust sensors ,so pipe has to be removed to fit the sensor and when refitted it . is close to the top gearbox cover .i had to remove the std breather pipe assy and modified ,now ok.
so if going for this option be warned !!!!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
2,941 Posts
Discussion Starter #7
Been awhile now . I had time to get it mounted the way I wanted, Played with a couple maps. Jamies from Fuel Moto worked best all around for me.
After a few runs with that map on Auto tune in basic. It got even better to my surprise. Now don't think your going to run out and buy a Power vision and get this kind of mileage everyday This was at 60 and riding to get mileage as a test.
Real world is more like 43-48.5 MPG with great performance. Trip B show the run. Trip A is and average with a couple different Maps.
And before you say to lean take a look at second picture showing engine temp .



 

·
Registered
Joined
·
22 Posts
Howdy Smitty901,

Had my Power Vision since Dec 12 on my new 13 Street Glide.

Like you, I decided the PC V could be improved upon (though I had used them to good avail on other bikes) and the POWER Vision was it.

Installed it with a tune from the vendor. Worked pretty good, but mileage was low. Spent some time really learning to use Auto Tune, and ended up right where I wanted to be.

I have a couple maps loaded. I keep one for long trips, with emphasis on economy. Another a little richer for the Las Vegas heat I drive in.

Glad you like yours, too.

Tim
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
2,941 Posts
Discussion Starter #9
Working well for me and using the gauges I have worked on the heat thing a bit.
Makes it a lot easier to see the effects of things I did. this is an example 80-90 degree day in traffic
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
851 Posts
Did you have to do the dyno ?? I am debating between the fuel pak and the vision, the price for the vision with the dyno is around $900 o is a pretty big investment.
 
1 - 11 of 11 Posts
Top