The C3 Tuning application in Dynojet’s Power Core software allows for several different ways to utilize the Autotune function on the Power Commander V (PCV). The default Autotune parameter is Throttle Position (TPS) for tuning Air Fuel Ratio (AFR). However, the Manifold Air Pressure can also be used instead of the TPS.
- Verify a PCV device is installed.
- From the Home ribbon, click Configure and select Auto Tune.
Quickly open Auto Tune using hotkeys by holding down CTRL+ALT and press A.
- Using the drop-down arrow, select Enabled. Select Yes if prompted to add Auto Tune tables.
- Modify the other Auto Tune options as desired.
- From the Home ribbon, click Configure and select Pressure.
Quickly open Pressure using hotkeys by holding down CTRL+ALT and press P.
- Using the drop-down arrow, select Enabled.
- Click to edit the Translation Table.
- Using the information provided with your sensor, enter the voltages and display values.
For example: 0.5V=0 psi, 4.5v=50 psi. To verify which units are being used for Pressure, refer to Step 9.
- Use the following steps to verify which units are being used for the Pressure channel:
a.) From the Application Window, click Tools >Options.
b.) Click Channels.
c.) Select a channel in the left column to view the units being used for that channel.
10.)From the Maps ribbon, click Add Table.
11.)Click the Add/Remove Table
12.) Click Fuel Table (Pressure) Add.
13.) Make any changes to the Table Setup as desired or leave as default and modify later. Click OK.
14.) Click the Auto Tune The default Autotune style is TPS.
15.) To change the style to Pressure, click Remove Tables.
16.) Using the Autotune Style drop-down, select Pressure.
17.) Click Add Tables. The message at the bottom of the window will now read "Map contains Pressure Tables".
18.) Click OK to accept your changes and close the window.
19.) In the Explorer Tree, click Primary [Pres] Autotune Trim (%) to view the new blank trim table.
20.) From the Home ribbon, click Send. The PCV device is now ready to utilize Autotune with Pressure instead of Throttle Position.