I have this on my 2014 Yamaha Raider. Thought I would give it a try since it was a "little" cheaper than the PCV. It has the ability to put in multiple maps (up to 10 and if you have your bike tuned right, you should never need 10 different maps) it has the feel of the old power commander III but instead of buttons you have adjustment screws (very touchy and if you don't have it attached to a computer to see the change, you can end up on the wrong setting) and the adjustments are in 10% increases to low mid and high. Save yourself the headache and go with a PC5 which has the ability to add the other accessories and you can use your phone with now.
I bought a Yamaha Roadstar 1700, got a great deal on it, it had aftermarket pipes and air cleaner but was jetted improperly causing a big lean condition. Bought the dynojet kit, the instructions were easy to follow and it came with plenty of jets for tuning. Got it all together following dynojet recommendations and it runs like a dream. Easy starts and great smooth power.
I had a 2007 R1 with a power commander 5 Graves full race exhaust and professionally tuned. And, you know those bikes only make a hundred and forty-nine horsepower stock mine was tuned to 172.8 the bad is R1 in the Midwest... Better ask somebody.
fantastic. cobra fuel processor messed up my bike for yrs...just didnt know it....dyno with its multitude of adjustments is proving that a bike with 70,000 plus miles, cobra sucked
being able to adjust each cylinder different is a must and it does this in a great fashion