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There's always more to it than just plug it in and go. That's one of the reasons I tend to shy away from tuners and flashes. Wanna go fast, buy a factory turbo machine.
 

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DYNOJET POWER VISION 3 FOR 2020-2021 KAWASAKI TERYX KRX 1000

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SKU: PV3-17-01

Tap into peak performance from your 2020-2021 Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000 with a Power Vision 3. This flash tuning device raises rev limits, unlocking full power for longer in each range. You’ll enjoy improved throttle response — and more horsepower to the ground (WHP) than stock!



Stock (red) vs. PV3 tuned (blue) results from Dynojet in-house dynamometer

For the 2020-2021 Kawasaki Teryx KRX 1000, Dynojet’s Power Vision 3 gives you the ability to raise the rev limiter on the vehicle, tapping into the power you deserve. With a proper tune, we’ve seen WHP raises of roughly 10% compared to bone stock performance.

With a Power Vision 3 tune, you can keep your engine running smoother and cooler under classic driving conditions.

Customize your ride and take control: the Power Vision 3 can also alter throttle-by-wire tables (for full and low power modes in every gear), alter fan on/off temperatures, adjust fueling per cylinder per gear, adjust injector scaling, alter AlphaN to Speed-Density bias crossover and alter timing per cylinder.

We’ve raised the bar when it comes to what you should expect from a handheld tuning device. Power Vision 3’s easy-to-read, no-nonsense display puts performance at your fingertips, empowering you to choose from our vast library of pre-tested tunes or to build one yourself. The Power Vision 3 fuel tuner updates the tables directly within the ECU to optimize the air/fuel ratio, keeping you in sync and in control.

When you’re back in the garage after recording data from the day’s adventure, your performance data can then be clearly seen using our Power Core software to help you improve your ride.

The Power Vision 3 device holds multiple tunes at once and allows you to optimize your ride for power, speed or fuel-efficiency. After you’ve flashed your ECU, you can either unplug the device or head out with Power Vision 3 attached as an extra instrument panel. Power Vision 3 easily connects through the OEM-style connectors, so installation won’t keep you away for long.
Hi Craig, can I get a quote please. Thank you
 

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I’m having a mild case of “I let my excitement for a new accessory outweigh my due diligence”. I wasn’’t planning on running high octane. Not that it’s a huge deal I just wonder how available it will be in backwoods towns on long riding days in VA, WV, KY, and TN. We bring fuel with us in the bed of the truck but not enough for 3 or 4 days.
 

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Does this tuner require the use of 91 octane fuel? I'm a big fan of not worrying about things like that, and filling up with whatever is available. If it won't run on at least 87, I wouldn't want it.
You could keep the PV3 in the glove box (or mount it). If you hit a spot where you can't get premium, in the time it takes to fill it up, you can reload the stock tune and be good to go. Just a suggestion and letting you know how easy and fast it is. Another reason I went this route rather than the mail order tune.
 

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You could keep the PV3 in the glove box (or mount it). If you hit a spot where you can't get premium, in the time it takes to fill it up, you can reload the stock tune and be good to go. Just a suggestion and letting you know how easy and fast it is. Another reason I went this route rather than the mail order tune.
Super great points!
The advantage of the PV3!
Also this is the #231st reply in this thread, I’d say widely popular
 

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You could keep the PV3 in the glove box (or mount it). If you hit a spot where you can't get premium, in the time it takes to fill it up, you can reload the stock tune and be good to go. Just a suggestion and letting you know how easy and fast it is. Another reason I went this route rather than the mail order tune.
excellent point
 

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You could keep the PV3 in the glove box (or mount it). If you hit a spot where you can't get premium, in the time it takes to fill it up, you can reload the stock tune and be good to go. Just a suggestion and letting you know how easy and fast it is. Another reason I went this route rather than the mail order tune.
Good point, but for now I will stick with stock. It will run on anything I can buy here and, I'm just not sold on the gains from a tuner. Guess I would have to actually drive one first to see if it is worth it. I have no issues with the performance of my KRX as is.
 

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Good point, but for now I will stick with stock. It will run on anything I can buy here and, I'm just not sold on the gains from a tuner. Guess I would have to actually drive one first to see if it is worth it. I have no issues with the performance of my KRX as is.
So many positives Bob! I plan on keeping my Krx and want the engine to be as happy as possible. Running stock used to be ok in the past but not anymore, the manufacturer engineers are not able to give these engines what they need to run the way they should. They have to do things they don't want to, primarily they use heat and run the engine super lean which lessons the engine life. Look at the spark plugs, take them to an engine specialist. Not good Bob.
 

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Good point, but for now I will stick with stock. It will run on anything I can buy here and, I'm just not sold on the gains from a tuner. Guess I would have to actually drive one first to see if it is worth it. I have no issues with the performance of my KRX as is.
I believe I said this earlier in this thread but I'll say it again, the very first thing I noticed when I started ours up after installing the tune was the motor was quieter. That to me is an indicator the motor is happier and closer to having the optimum tune. Not just performance wise, just being right wise.
 

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I’ve got a full tank of 87 in mine. I need to pump it out and swap in high test and give it a run. Fortunately my car is just about out of fuel.
 

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Installed mine a week ago. Drained the 89 octane out and put it in the T2 and lawn mowers. Put in a tank of 93 octane(that's the norm here) and took it out for the day. Feels like a little more midrange, no more flat spot coming off idle, and it got rid of 90% of the exhaust pop. The number one benefit in my book is the diagnostic abilities.
 

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They do, but DynoJet just released an update for the full throttle reverse.
To those that have updated the PV3 to the latest tunes. Please elaborate on the full throttle reverse. I have updated mine and I don't think I have full throttle reverse...sure don't feel like it anyway. Let me know please.
 
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