How well is the power Commander III for MV? : LUSENET : MV Agusta F4 : One Thread

How well does the Power commander III work and would anyone recommend it for the MV?

-- AP (, September 30, 2003


Yes, I bought power commander III in Germany for MV a month ago. I had some problems with backfiring and some lacks (and "holes") at low revs. I use RG3 pipes with stock manifold and Orininal MV Eprom for this combination. After re-mapping on a dyno THE LOW REV BEHAVIOR (acceleration is smoother) IS MUCH BETTER!

But, donīt have too many expectations in power rising!

And up 10 to 15% more fuel consumption!



-- Bernd Froehlich (, September 30, 2003.

I had rough running at low revs with my silmoto pipes fitted to a 2000 mv. I had bike fuel injection set up correctly first then pc 3 fitted , custom map created for silmotos and standard pipes , 118 bhp with silmotos , about 3-4 bhp lower with standard pipes. Have not tried standard pipes since but there is no rough running at low revs now with silmotos.

-- Daryl Yemm (, October 02, 2003.

I have fitted the Power Commander in my standard '01 F4 S1+1, and I think that it is a very good thing.

I have dinoed the bike, and there is difference with the maps; I have a map that cames from FBF, and we have modified it a little bit. Apart from the power increase, there is a hole about 5.000 rpm that is being softened. Next time at the track I will try to get smoother response with first throttle openings.

I think it will be good to share experiences and maps together. Do you think so?

-- Inaki Santillan (, October 04, 2003.

With Power Commander, SilMotos, and the special parts header, my MV Agusta is putting down 127HP and 57.9ft-lbs of torque at the rear wheel. You can check it out at:

I couldn't be happier with the setup. FBF set it up and dialed it all in. It's a changed motorcycle as a result. What the dyno chart fails to convey is the greatly improved throttle response.

-- Det Ansinn (, October 04, 2003.

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