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DYNO JET POWER VISION 3 (PV3) for the HONDA GROM FULL CONTROL REFLASH PV3-16-01

This is a discussion on DYNO JET POWER VISION 3 (PV3) for the HONDA GROM FULL CONTROL REFLASH PV3-16-01 within the HardRacing Performance forums, part of the Vendors category; Originally Posted by BUCKNUT Kinda got Rick-Rolled on that one. I'm not sure it was on purpose because this thread isn't called "Understanding Narrow Band ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUCKNUT View Post
    Kinda got Rick-Rolled on that one.
    I'm not sure it was on purpose because this thread isn't called "Understanding Narrow Band o2 Sensor".

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    Quote Originally Posted by 50-50 View Post
    That link brings me right back to this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 50-50 View Post
    I'm not sure it was on purpose because this thread isn't called "Understanding Narrow Band o2 Sensor".
    I know it wasn't on purpose. Hard Racing wouldn't do that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 50-50 View Post
    I'm not sure it was on purpose because this thread isn't called "Understanding Narrow Band o2 Sensor".
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    The last 3 days of posts on this thread have been all about o2 sensor and understanding the difference between the Narrow band and wide band.

    So the link is pretty relevant to the current topic at hand . ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by HardRacing View Post
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    The last 3 days of posts on this thread have been all about o2 sensor and understanding the difference between the Narrow band and wide band.

    So the link is pretty relevant to the current topic at hand . ;-)

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    It is and I appreciate it. I just didn't know what was going on with the first link that you posted that just took me right back to this thread. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUCKNUT View Post
    I know it wasn't on purpose. Hard Racing wouldn't do that.
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    Does anybody have any updates on the inexcusable issue that the PV3 reads Engine Oil Temperature incorrectly?

    I shouldn't have to spend another $100 to have correct temperature readings on a tuning device! You'd think this would be a simple firmware update.

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    In my experience, the PV3 EOT were closer to my digital thermometer readings than my Koso DB03-R. The PV3 is off by ~9% while the DB03-R is ~20%. Also, the PV3 is interpreting the ECU data and not just the signal from the temperature sensor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikochu View Post
    In my experience, the PV3 EOT were closer to my digital thermometer readings than my Koso DB03-R. The PV3 is off by ~9% while the DB03-R is ~20%. Also, the PV3 is interpreting the ECU data and not just the signal from the temperature sensor.
    Thanks for the info. I still think Dynojet could create their own software curve to make the temperature more accurate.

    In this case, at what EOT on the PV3 should I start getting alarmed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikochu View Post
    Just a heads-up on Engine Oil Temp output on the PV3 compared to other gauges...

    I installed a Koso DB-03R on my 2018 Grom and recorded some data. Overall, it looks like the DB-03R output temp is ~8.5% lower than the PV3, and the PV3 output is ~9.2% than ambient. The DB-03R is potentially ~20% off. However, the Koso updates the temp output more often than the PV3/ECU.

    Either way, I think it's all relative and the PV3-flashed ECU is using its internal information in its calibrations.
    Quote Originally Posted by 50-50 View Post
    Thanks for the info. I still think Dynojet could create their own software curve to make the temperature more accurate.

    In this case, at what EOT on the PV3 should I start getting alarmed?
    If you read Dyno(jet) Dan's posts, he states the PV3 EOT values mirror the factory scan tool from Honda.

    As for monitoring EOT on the PV3, my temps hovered around 230-240°F on my DHM 186 before switching to a CPR7EA-9 sparkplug. That's around 210-220°F on simpler gauges. I've also seen as high as 270°F before engine shut down on the stock jug/piston.
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