You may need to go to the Dynojet website and download the tune to your computer. Then upload it to the PV3.I was told in email the pv3 comes with speed limit gone and rev limit to 9200 also reduces the fan cut in. But I must be doing something wrong because I can't find the tune. I am thinking it wasn't put on. Read my ecu but only shows the stock tune
We could walk you through it if you were having too much difficulty. All us young-in techy guys around here. (I'm 47)Yup I finally got it Is off of dynojets Website but but haven't had a chance to try it yet it was not easy for an old guy like me To get that tune downloaded. If it wasn't for a video I may not have got it.
95 IF you already have the PV3......I was going to get the Dynojet and put a Gilomen tune on it I see it's an option but $400 for a tune ouch AA is only $95 for the tune. Gilomens tune cost 4 times more than what i pay for tunes on my diesel. Im sure its good but cant be that good.
Thanks Pirate I will consider that idea, not as big a deal for me in Nova Scotia as we don't get as hot as you you guys down south, but that being said we do seem to be getting warmer temps the last few years. Thanks for the infoRake1, for even better cooling, break down and buy a UTV Inc Fan Override kit. I have their switch in the dash. Flip it on, so the radiator fan is running just as we leave camp. Its on all the time, unless we stop. Then back on until we get back to camp. Just installed a MTNFT blowhole fan. Wired it to the relay for the Fan Override kit. So both only run when the switch is flipped "ON".