Give me the rundown of the Power Commander map creation procedure (LDH)...
Bike: Yamaha WR250X with full system, stock airbox & filter, flapper mod just like the 919, 919 PAIR equivilant already removed.
I am considering a Power Commander but there is not anywhere near the support (IE good maps) available for that like there is for the 919. Most everyone uses a FMF unit which can only add fuel (never subtract) via the three buttons like a Power Commander has & that is it. Obviously crude & its mainly a bunch of people guesstimating at that.
For the Power Commander there is basically just the Dynojet maps which is with a Leo Vince slip on & a variety of airbox configs--like "open" whatever that means on a WR250X; as to make it any more "open" than stock you need a hacksaw or a hole saw. There is no removeable lid or snorkel.
So the lack of a decent map (plus I have a full system not a slip on) keeps me from buying one. My questions are these:
Here in BFE, a Dynojet shop would be few & far between & even if I found one I doubt the local yokle running the place would be qualified to strap it to the dyno let alone run it or tune it in a meaningful fashion.
How does the map creation work?
Does the Dynojet Dyno communicate with the PC & create a map based on what? A target AF ratio? What should I use? Is that the extent of the operator involvement?
How many runs does it take--is it an iterative process of multiple runs making a better map or just one required?
Is there some kind of varying throttle learn & load procedure or just the typical 0 to WFO to 0 dyno run?
Any experience with the new PC V vs the PC III?