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    Looks like they are marking them more in detail now .

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    Here's a photo of the writing on my cable... looks just like cable info... nothing specific to Dyno. Works fine hooking to the Spyder and loading tunes to the ECM. I've not had good luck getting it to work with the software. My computer will see the unit as a drive and allow me to copy files, etc. but the software itself doesn't connect.
    I'd like to see some more tunes, makes some changes, etc.
    Would be nice to see what the ECM changes others are doing via the mail-in ECM places and compare them to what the Powervision does. So far I do notice a good difference... it pulls stronger in all gears.IMG_8380.jpg

    Spyder #1 - 2008 GS SM5 Premier Edition #1977. RIP after 80,000 miles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcthorne View Post
    All Spyders, 2008 to current use the SAME diagnostic connector. ALL.
    This from the 2019 Spyder Dealer Technical update which was included with the 2019 Can Am Spyder F3 Series Repair and Maintenance manual Master Collection which I purchased online.

    "Diagnostic connector

    The Pin 4 will be moved to Pin 6
    Available current at Key ON (12V)

    Standardization across BRP products"

    Not sure if this could be causing problems for some with the cables from Dynojet, but figured it would not hurt to put it out there.

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    That's exactly what the problem was.

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    I have a 2014. Got the wrong cable 3 times.

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    I received the wrong one the first time also but DynoJet was quick to fix the problem when they realized BRP had switched the power pin location from 4th position to the 6th. 2019 F3L

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbobtar View Post
    I received the wrong one the first time also but DynoJet was quick to fix the problem when they realized BRP had switched the power pin location from 4th position to the 6th. 2019 F3L
    So how do you like the Dynojet Powervision map compared to the stock map? Is there any major difference for your 2019 3L. I have used Powervisions on Harleys, and Indians with great results, but there is not much information here on the forum or elsewhere from people whom have used them on the Spyders. I'm especially interested in knowing if the Dynojet map has changed the throttle by wire settings for a quicker throttle response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdkarl View Post
    So how do you like the Dynojet Powervision map compared to the stock map? Is there any major difference for your 2019 3L. I have used Powervisions on Harleys, and Indians with great results, but there is not much information here on the forum or elsewhere from people whom have used them on the Spyders. I'm especially interested in knowing if the Dynojet map has changed the throttle by wire settings for a quicker throttle response.
    I feel that my throttle is much more responsive than before and it pulls harder through the higher gears. I don't have any track times or any dyno readouts to corroborate that feeling, but I'm happy with my new perceived power.

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    They do change the TBW settings along with a few others.

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    The bike seems to run better, throttle response doesn't have any low-speed stutter, smooth throughout the RPM range, pulls hard all the way too 110 MPH. I've only got about 200 miles on the tune so it should get better. Don't know if the throttle is quicker it just feels more linear.

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    Thanks for all of the replies on the Powervision tune performance. Ride safe.

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