Following the introduction of fuel injection on the Triumph Bonneville, tuning specialist Norman Hyde teamed up with Dynojet UK to develop a version of their popular Power Commander specifically for the newer Triumph twins.
The Power Commander is a fuel injection and adjustment unit that plugs “inline” with the bike’s ECU – the electronic control unit that manages the quantity of fuel injected into the cylinders. Fitting a Power Commander allows owners to change the fuel map to optimise drive-ability and performance, without making any permanent changes to the original ECU.
Hyde can supply the Power Commander pre-programmed to suit both standard Bonnevilles/variants and those modified with his accessories (e.g. classic or peashooter style silencers). All units are supplied complete with software and a USB cable to connect the Power Commander to a computer. Connecting the Power Commander to a PC enables the owner to change between different maps or make adjustments to a map file.
Using original equipment style connectors, the Power Commander is quick and simple to install, without any splicing or cutting of the harness. Removal is equally straightforward and returns the bike to its previous stock condition. Designed to fit the EFI model Bonneville, T100, Thruxton, Scrambler, Speedmaster and America, the Power Commander sells for £304.75 including VAT.
Telephone 01926 497375 or visit www.normanhyde.co.uk for details.