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I have the Dynojet 5 I purchased through HMF along with their quiet core.. I really like it.. noticeable seat of the pants power increase has no back fire and I can unplug it with out a trace if I ever need to for warranty.. I'd say it does as advertised.. not sure what the difference is between the 3 and 5 you might have to call them!
 

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I'm interested in the PV3 as well, did you try one yet or have any updates on it Knappsak? It seems like a winner to me with all the benefits over a single flash. I can't believe more people haven't tried or discussed this product.
 

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I'm interested in the PV3 as well, did you try one yet or have any updates on it Knappsak? It seems like a winner to me with all the benefits over a single flash. I can't believe more people haven't tried or discussed this product.
I got one and love it. Don’t have anything to compre it too but it a seat of the pants difference for sure. Throttle response is great. I want to get into it and turn off the reverse limiter but I heard someone that did it and said it still didn’t work but I have yet to try myself.
 

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Reading their install guide it looks like it can be used for system monitoring/logging/code clearing? If that is possible, even with running a stock tune I see value.
 

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Knappsak,
I'm looking at the PV 3 as well. I looked on the DynoJet site and only see 2 available tunes. The description is the same for both tunes but different part numbers. I'm guessing one is for California and the other is non. Have you made any adjustments or just used the tune from DJ? Is it also possible you could share or buy tunes from other users and load them on your PV 3. Is that possible?
 

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Hi Craig,

That's a really nice offer. I'm still on the fence about having a tuner do it or going this route. If I end up doing the PV3 I'll hit you up.
 

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I didn’t buy one but the talk on the Wolverine forum is the PV3 is the best tuner option. When tunes are available you can have several and pick one to run. You can go back to stock. All without shipping off your ECU. And the head unit can be left on the machine to provide a “peak under the hood” via its display. It took a while for more PV3 tunes to become available but they did.

Perhaps the same is true for PV3 for the KRX.
 
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So over on the Wolverine forum where I've done some reading on this... and I don't claim to be an expert.... The PV3 platform supports multiple tunes. The key is... someone has to develop the tune and put it out there before you can run it. For example the PV3 came out and then later, for a Wolverine X2/X4 you could go to Weller Racing and buy the PV3 from Weller Racing with the Weller Racing Tune. The tune they developed.

So it stands to reason if the PV3 for the KRX just came out that Dynojet may have done one tune that's available now. And as people start to develop tunes more will be available. There would probably be an extra cost associated with a tune. For example I believe the Weller Racing PV3 with their tune for the Wolverines sells for more than the PV3 direct from Dynojet.

Disclaimer: I don't have a tune. I just do a lot of reading on my favorite hobby which is off-roading in side by sides.
 

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There’s another thread on the forum regarding this tuner. HERE
After talking with the guys over at DynoJet, I ordered up one from Craig.

So I just spoke with Chance over at DynoJet. There are 2 versions of the tunes, one for CA models, and one for 49 state. When you plug the tuner in, it will identify which version you have, and will automatically direct you to the tune that’s for your machine. They both were programmed tunes at 2000ft altitude, and both require 91+ octane. The tunes they have are for stock machines with stock exhausts, but more tunes are coming as they get the chance to get different exhausts on the machine and test.
 
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