from what i understand, the autotune pcV is a wideband sensor plugged into the power commander, this allows you to put in a desired air fuel ratio and the pcv does the calculations for you, with this setup the pcv is always adjusting to temperature changes and will readjust everytime a mod is added.Thank you very much for helping me out, can't wait to see the results & let me know how to contact you for me to purchase the complete kit, I think we'll be doing business in the near future. I like when companies take care off there customer's, not much of that anymore!
I do have a simple question though, once the controller is set do you have to play around with it for different temperatures or altitudes? Can you just set it up & leave it be. I'm not talking to make the very best dyno chart I'm just talking about different riding conditions? In the end once it's on & works good do you have to do anything for different riding conditions?
i have been looking at the auto tune for my quad and streetbikes but atm im just sitting on the fence because i looked at EHS dyno charts and have been reading about the programmer and it seems just as easy.
the only thing i am looking at is tunability for future mods or climate changes as you have mentioned, would we have to download a new tune for each mod from ehs? the climate change is not usually a big enough problem to worry about. im sure EHS will answer this for us.