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Has anyone out there tried stacking a dynatek Ignition box with a power commander 5? Is it as simple as following the directions? Is there anything to watch out for? Any tips would be great. thanks
 

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I've stacked the MCX controller, the dynatek, PCV and the Autotune and it ran like a champ!

All you have to do is make sure that the Autotune is the last in the series so that it can make the final adjustments.
 

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So here is what i have found out thanks to 4nines, larry at dynatek and personal experience. Starting from the ecm. You attach the dynatek to the factory male connectors, then you would attach the pcv to the dynatek and then if you have an autotune you would attach the autotune to the pcv and then finally plug the connectors from the autotune to the factory connectors that go out to the injectors. I have also come to the conclusion that it does not matter which injector you hook then up to as long as they are inline with each other. Someone please correct me if i am wrong. I just finish installing it tonight and test it out for about an hour. I am not sure now whether i adjust the fuel using the pcv or the dynatek remote fuel controller. I did notice that my RPMs stay around the 2100 mark after i ride for a while, but if i shut it down and then restart I am back at about 1250-1350rpms. I am not sure why. Any ideas would be great.
 

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yes, stock ecu - dynatek - PC5 - injectors. Doesn't matter which injector. The AutoTune has a small cable to connect it to the PC5. You do have the O2 sensor connected to the AutoTune right? You can connect a laptop to the PC5 and watch it do the work as it tunes. You will have to download map to see the adjustments it just made, then accept the changes, then send map to load the new fuel mapping back to the PC5. It is easy.

Not sure on the 2100, other than it sounds lean. Get a laptop on it to see what your AFRs read.
 

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well I dont actually have the autotune yet, but i do have a/f gauge hooked up and it is in the high 10's and low 11's I havent made any adjustments yet, but i am running the ump intake and the muzzy exhaust and i heard these things run pretty rich from the factory. It didnt start idling high until after i installed the dynatek.
 

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Anything under 11 is rich. I run turbos, so I can't help alot. I think 12 under load and 13 easy riding would be about right for naturally aspirated. Need someone without a turbo to chime in here.
 

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well I dont actually have the autotune yet, but i do have a/f gauge hooked up and it is in the high 10's and low 11's I havent made any adjustments yet, but i am running the ump intake and the muzzy exhaust and i heard these things run pretty rich from the factory. It didnt start idling high until after i installed the dynatek.

Who did you purchase the Dyantek from? Reason for asking, when I first installed mine, I had MPI setup 4 separate maps and on a couple of them, the idle is 400-500 RPM's higher.
If you take your time and play with the fuel settings, you can really get hone into what ever range that you want. On mine, I have idleling at 11.8,cruise at about 13 and WOT ranging from 12.2-12.4.
Hope this helps a little.
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I program my own. I do performance work mainly on turbo RZRs.
 

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I program my own. I do performance work mainly on turbo RZRs.
Yep, so do I Jason, but when I purchased the Dynatek, it was one of the 1st available and I knew that MPI had dyno'd an S while setting up their maps. This provided me with a good starting point, which I could expand/modify to my own liking.
 

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I purchased it from hunter works, but i also purchased the Remote fuel controller so they didnt preset it with any maps. Is there a way to reset the Dynatek just incase there was something preset in it? I just got it back from dynatek so I would think it was wiped clean. Thanks
 

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I would think they would have reset it to factory specs. You have to have the adapter and software to program it with a laptop. It is $100 for this.
 

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If I'm not mistaken, Todd @ Hunterworks provides the fuel map for the Muzzys. One of the 4 maps is the always the default using the Stock RZR settings when an individual has not purchased the Remote Programmer. Can't recall whether it is Map # 1 or 4, having a severe case of CRS :)). Anyway, Todd reprograms the Default(stock) setting with a Custom Map based upon requirements. That way an individual can get a Custom Map and NOT have to purchase the Programmer. I have done this same thing for a number of folks. This would be the only way to Reset it back to the Stock Settings without the Programmer.

As a sidenote, with your statement "I just got it back from dynatek", what was the purpose or why did you send it back to them? Just Curious...

I purchased it from hunter works, but i also purchased the Remote fuel controller so they didnt preset it with any maps. Is there a way to reset the Dynatek just incase there was something preset in it? I just got it back from dynatek so I would think it was wiped clean. Thanks
 

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Well Bart the reason i sent it back was because i was having a problem with the rzr starting then dying. I took the dynatek off because i wasnt getting any voltage to the tp sensor. I sent it in and they sent me a new unit. It was really a good experience. I called dynatek on a Monday and they gave me an R.A number and i sent it in that same day. By friday there was a new ignition box in the mail and i had it on monday. There customer service was great.
 

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my dynatek igniton is doing thsame thing sending voltage back to the tps is it a problem or mabie was this caused by possibly not having it first in the series? this occoured about first of the summer and i just took it and the pcv off and put them in my toolbox because i dident have time to deal with it while gettin ready to race so i just put my pc3 back on so would putting it first in the series fix this i cant remember how i had it wired
 

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The problem I was having was not getting voltage to the tp sensor. You should have voltage at the tps. I think it is like .738-.742 or something like that. When you hook the dynatek up you need to match the color wires to the mag side and the pto side injectors. Connect to ground and to crank sensor then connect the tps connector and the coil plug. The way you should have the pcv is in front of the dynatek injector connectors. If you were to follow the wires from the injectors it should run into the pcv then to the dynatek and then back to the ecm. I have not been able to find out if you can still adjust fuel with the remote serial programmer, but the pcv has more fuel adjustments just no timing adjustment.
 
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