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    CMD too good to be true?

    Been looking into Dynojet CMD vs V-Tech logger and for someone like me with mild mods and no big plans to mod any further, the CMD looks to be heaven sent!! Is it??

    I want to pretty much fit and forget and leave it autotuning to a basic AFR table, is it really so easy and reliable?


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    Nothin' better than Doo'in it! BigDaddyRXP's Avatar
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    Yes, and yes! It's a great set up, and works very well.

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    I run a CMD. It was dialed in by a pro tuner and it is spot on at all rpms and throttle positions.

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    it works wonders it is like having a personal tuner 24/7

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    Yeah i run the CMD + auto tune. shit is wicked. You just plug in your desired AFRs and watch the ski do the rest.

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    Thanks guys, I'm sold. I'll get it on order.

    Is there a basic AFR table already in the software (or downloadable) that makes this a simple plug & play and keeps you in a safe AFR zone throughout the RPM range?

    Or do I need to create one - ouch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tornado34 View Post
    Thanks guys, I'm sold. I'll get it on order.

    Is there a basic AFR table already in the software (or downloadable) that makes this a simple plug & play and keeps you in a safe AFR zone throughout the RPM range?

    Or do I need to create one - ouch?
    i got ya bro just shoot me a PM with your email i have a zero base map with the target AFRs all set and ready to go.

    my idle is 13.8 cruise is 12.6-12.8 and WOT i have it set at 11.8

    andy whittle taught me all there is to know about these CMDs so i dont mind helpin others the same as he did for me.

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    any piggy back system can and probably will fail in the harsh ski hull
    a flashed ecu is always a better choice
    the biggest problem I found with the cmd
    was my 05 stock map sucked for any boost over 11
    the ecu went into overboost cut and timing
    and cmd could not fix it, so I had to flash it
    also any ski with limiters (like rpm) the cmd is no help
    if you need a reflash the vtech logger/editor is also a good choice
    and is a few hundred cheaper than the cmd with autotune and lcd (a must for logging)
    the auto tune is sweet but it really is not automatic like motec
    you still must save the tune with a computer
    Last edited by skidoochris; 06-04-2014 at 06:59 AM.

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    Chris, keep in mind any system can fail. My CMD has proved to be very reliable. I would be reluctant to advise using the CMD in a salt water environment. As it turns out, my CMD logger has been underwater twice and recovered after being opened up and dried out.

    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by whittlebeast View Post
    Chris, keep in mind any system can fail. My CMD has proved to be very reliable. I would be reluctant to advise using the CMD in a salt water environment. As it turns out, my CMD logger has been underwater twice and recovered after being opened up and dried out.Andy
    Haa you have to stay off them brakes, too much submarining!!

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