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    Matt commented,

    The reason we pulled it was not that it was harmful, it was that it did not properly function the way it was intended. We are working on one for the futrure. No specific ETA. We will have a press r...

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    Matt commented,

    There is no "life expectancy" on our units. We have units still out there working that were bought in 2001.  Please contact our tech support to troubleshoot any issue or send in for testi...

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    Matt commented,

    That is the plan to make it compatible with both. No details on it yet as it's still in the works but hopefully by late spring. 

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    Matt commented,

    This app is no longer available. We are currently working on a new one that will hopefully be available this spring.

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    Matt commented,

    Please call our office at 800-928-3962 so we can trouble shoot the issue for you. We are here Mon-Fri 8a-5p pst. 

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    Matt created an article,

    Knock Reference and False Knock when tuning a Polaris RZR

    Question: "When tuning on a Polaris RZR turbo engine, what is the max safe Knock Reference Level? As I see it will always read some amount under a load. I was wondering at what point there is ...

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    Matt commented,

    You would need the Auto Tune Pro. The Target Tune only works with vehicles that have stock O2 sensors. 

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    "My tune compat and checksum in my pv_info.txt file both show ffffffff."

    We see this when the ECU has failed being flashed and is in recovery mode, or when the PV_INFO has not been re-created since receiving the device.   The workflow to troubleshoot this problem is: D...

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    Matt created an article,

    Power Core File Types and Extensions

    Power Core software has its own unique set of files and file extensions. This document is intended to explain what these files are, how they can be used and how to identify them by the file extensi...

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    Matt created an article,

    When decelerating, my exhaust pops loudly. How can I fix this with the PVCX?

    The first step is to identify at what RPM and load that the popping occurs. To learn where this happens, use the PVCX as a monitoring device and visually remember at what RPM / load range the poppi...