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I have a 2009 BF750...

Here's my stupid question of the day...

I understand that the Dynatek CDI is not adjustable - and the Power Commander is adjustable and you can download maps based on what exhaust you are running etc.

Is there any other differences? What does everyone recommend?

Is anyone running the autotune module on the Power Commander V?
 

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I'm wasn't aware dynatek made a cdi for the EFI versions yet. I see on there site it says coming soon for teryx.
 

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The Dynatek won't even work for your bike ...Yet, they will have one ready for the EFI's i'm told in about 2 months. EHS ,VDI, and the PC5 are available now for the EFI's.
The EHS i have heard very little reviews about, the VDI's ($500) are awsome but not reliable enough (trust me on that one) and if you go with the PC5 ($349) & the Autotune ($250) you will need to weld bungs in your exhaust pipes for the Lamda sensors (wide band O2) to optimize tuning.
After 3 kicks at the cat with my VDI, I'm gonna wait the 2 months for the Dynatek EFI ECU.
Hope this helps.
 

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At least i`m not the only one who`s waiting! I hate having only 99kms top end.
 

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This summer im getting a 2010 Brute Force and i was wondering if there is a Dynatek Cdi for the 2010 model?
And is there a clutch kit for a 2010 Brute Force?
HELP HELP!!!
 
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