Power Commander III Ratio


I have a Power Commander III that I map using the data output from a Twin Scan+. Should I be trying for a 13.2 A/F ratio in every cell, or are there ranges that should be richer or leaner than that?

 

Our Friends at DynoJet had this to say:

If you are looking for the best overall performance then you should try to achieve a fuel ratio of around 12.8-13.4:1. If fuel mileage is a concern then you may want to shoot for 13.8:1 in the cruise range.

Wrench Safe, FMH

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7 Responses to “Power Commander III Ratio”
  1. Ronald
    Ronald

    I have a 2013 tri glide ultra classic flhtcutg and I have opened the exsaust ,added a big sucker stag #1and a power commander III what is a good map setting for this bike?

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  2. Anthony
    Anthony

    I have a 2015 Harley Heritage that I’m thinking of dumping. It’s a great bike but the heat is devastating. I have installed a fan but all that does is cook my right leg.. Before I go to another brand bike is there anything I can do to keep this bike.. I have a Vance and Hines fuel management system, Full Cobra pipes, and HD intake.

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  3. Henry
    Henry

    Does anyone out there have the Dynojet Power Commander III USB app on their cell phone? Can you use the app to adjust the fuel on your bike?

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