Dynojet Powervision Tuner for 2021-2022 Harley Davidson M8 Motorcycles

SKU: 1020-3472

PV-3B : Delphi ECM Harley-Davidson 2021-2022 Models

  • FLFBS Fat Boy 114

  • FLHC Heritage Classic 107 

  • FLHCS Heritage Classic 114 

  • FLHR Road King
  • FLHRXS Road King Special

  • FLHT Electra Glide Standard 

  • FLHTCUTG Tri Glide Ultra 

  • FLHTCUTGSE CVO Tri Glide

  • FLHTK Ultra Limited 

  • FLHTKSE CVO Limited 

  • FLHX Street Glide 

  • FLHXS Street Glide Special 

  • FLHXSE CVO Street Glide 

  • FLRT Freewheeler 

  • FLSB Sport Glide 107 

  • FLSL Softail Slim 107 

  • FLTRX Road Glide

  • FLTRXS Road Glide Special

  • FLTRXSE CVO Road Glide

  • FXBBS Street Bob 114 

  • FXFBS Fat Bob 114 

  • FXST Softail Standard 107

  • RA1250 Pan America 1250

  • RA1250S Pan America 1250 Special

Power Vision is the most powerful and quickest flash tuning device for Harley-Davidson® motorcycles in the market today. It is a performance tuner and data monitor that offers the latest flash tuning technology, data logging, and other industry exclusive features. The Power Vision can tune any fuel injected Harley-Davidson® motorcycle with the 2021 Delphi ECM. The Power Vision Product Suite includes a full color touch screen flash device, built in AutoTune Basic Mode*, vehicle interface cable, and WinPV (Windows PC based tuning application).

  • 3.5 24bit color TFT (touch screen) display with touch panel (16,777,216 colors)
  • Compact: 2.83L X 3.97W X .84H.
  • Weather, shock, and vibration resistant enclosure - fully potted with silicone elastomer, and utilizes over molded cables with sealed cable connections
  • Integrated AMPS 4 hole threaded inserts for various mounting solutions 
  • USB mini-B weatherized- compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 10
  • Molex 8 pin connector-to-vehicle interface cable
  • Dynojet CAN-Link Expansion Port allows interfacing with other Dynojet products, such as the Wide Band 2 or AutoTune Module
  • 2GB of internal memory provides a robust capacity for tune files and data logs