Author Topic: Anybody else notice there are PowerCommander V maps for the 2014/15?  (Read 448 times)

ShakeWell

  • Explorer
  • ***
  • Posts: 80
  • Karma: +0/-0
  • Location: Rancho Cucamonga, CA
    • View Profile
Link to PC web with maps downloads at the bottom.

This site is selling the PCV for the 2014/15's. This is the first I've seen of a retail 2014+ ecu product. The part numbers are PCV 18-021 and AT-200 for the Autotune.

Link to Install manual for the 2014/15 690 Enduro.

There are three maps listed:

1. Stock
2. Wings tip, stock
3. Wings full exhaust, stock air

I have the PCV and Autotune sitting on a shelf as I was waiting for the time to work out a slightly less aggressive map than what GSP had put together. However, seems the folks at powercommader have finally brought some ecu tuning for the fly-by-wire bikes.

:edit: I called the 800# at PowerCommader and the tech I spoke with said that the only difference between the PCV 18-016 (listed for the 2012/13 Duke) and the PCV 18-021 that is listed for our 14/15 690's is the maps. Just an FYI in case you have the 18-016 as I do.
« Last Edit: November 09, 2015, 05:15:22 pm by ShakeWell »
2014 690 R, Rekluse, PowerCommander V, Rottweiler Intake, FMF, Scott's, Renzacco Seat, HDB handguards, MGTec levers, full sas removed, Pivot Pegs

Social Buttons


mcnut

  • Explorer
  • ***
  • Posts: 56
  • Karma: +0/-0
  • Bakersfield, CA
    • View Profile
Looking forward to your review after install!

Bruce

wowens

  • Wanderer
  • *
  • Posts: 1
  • Karma: +0/-0
  • Location: San Francisco, Ca. USA
    • View Profile
I see that the maps can also apply to the full and muffler-only Arrow systems.  I recently bought a full Arrow for my 2015 enduro R and would like to get it mapped, so this PC solution looks like it could be just right.  Anyone try one yet?  ;D

GSP

  • Adventurer
  • ****
  • Posts: 106
  • Karma: +2/-0
    • View Profile

ShakeWell

  • Explorer
  • ***
  • Posts: 80
  • Karma: +0/-0
  • Location: Rancho Cucamonga, CA
    • View Profile

Nope, I'm slacking with the PCV install. This last round was the Rekluse, Tubliss and Trailtech Voyager install. I'm still messing with the Rekluse as they have had updates to the since I purchased in April. New slave cylinder is arriving today, hope to put some good miles on the bike for a month or two to test and fine tune the stuff I just put on and then I'll tear the bike down for the PCV install.

With the Husky coming into play using the same motor in addition to KTM's continued use of the 690 on other bikes, it's great to see the aftermarket finally embracing the 2014+ bikes instead of being scared off by the throttle-by-wire, dual-spark plugs, two map files for the ECU, the under seat ECU mode setting, ABS etc.

Looking at you Vortex.......
2014 690 R, Rekluse, PowerCommander V, Rottweiler Intake, FMF, Scott's, Renzacco Seat, HDB handguards, MGTec levers, full sas removed, Pivot Pegs