Dynojet Power Commander V Ignition Module

Item Number: 343519


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Product Description


Dynojet Power Commander V Ignition Module

The Ignition Module is connected to PCV-equipped machines with its built-in expansion port link and communicates via a CAN interface. As in the case of the Power Commander V, the Ignition Module uses OEM style connectors to plug in-line of the stock ignition harness so no cutting or splicing is required. The Ignition Module uses direct coil driver technology and allows a high degree of timing adjustment. In the Power commander Control Center Software the user is able to advance or retard the ignition curve up to 10 degrees based on throttle position and RPM. It is also possible to alter the timing for each cylinder individually if necessary.

The Ignition Module comes standard with no adjustments made in the map for the timing table.

  • Gain control over your spark advance curves and tune for maximum performance
  • Allows +/-20 degrees of spark advance adjustment
  • Adjust spark advance per cylinder
  • Adjust spark advance per gear
  • Raise your Rev Limit (only available on select models)
  • Adjust timing based on temperature or boost inputs
  • Built-in launch limiter
  • Individual cylinder timing
  • Gear position timing
  • Boost/nitrous retard timing
  • Pit lane speed limiter

Product Note: Only fits machines equipped with Dynojet Power Commander V.

Spec Details
CARB Approved No
Country of Origin USA

Vehicle Fitment

Fitment is guaranteed or your money back plus free return shipping. Don't waste time installing a product that doesn't fit. We worked hard ensuring that this product is an exact fit on the vehicles listed below.


  • 899 Panigale 2014
  • 1199 Panigale 2012-2013
  • 1199 Panigale S 2012-2013
  • 1199 Panigale Tricolore 2012-2013


  • CB1000R 2011
  • CBR600RR 2007-2013
  • CBR600RR ABS 2010-2013
  • CBR1000RR 2004-2007, 2009-2011
  • CBR1000RR ABS 2009-2011


  • VN1700E Vulcan 1700 Classic 2009
  • ZR750K Z750S 2005-2006
  • ZR1000D Z1000 2010-2013
  • ZX600N Ninja ZX-6RR 2005-2006
  • ZX600R Ninja ZX-6R 2009
  • ZX1000C Ninja ZX-10R 2004-2005
  • ZX1000D Ninja ZX-10R 2006-2007
  • ZX1000E Ninja ZX-10R 2008-2009
  • ZX1000F Ninja ZX-10R 2010
  • ZX1000J Ninja ZX-10R 2011-2015
  • ZX1000K Ninja ZX-10R ABS 2011-2013
  • ZX1200A Ninja ZX-12R 2000-2001
  • ZX1200B Ninja ZX-12R 2002-2005
  • ZX1400C Ninja ZX-14 2009


  • GSX1300R Hayabusa 2009-2011
  • GSX-R600 2001-2003, 2009, 2011
  • GSX-R750 2000-2003, 2009, 2011
  • GSX-R1000 2001-2002, 2005-2009, 2011-2013
  • VLR1800 Boulevard C109R 2009
  • VLR1800T Boulevard C109RT 2009
  • VZR1800 Boulevard M109R 2009, 2011
  • VZR1800N Boulevard M109R2 2009
  • VZR1800Z Boulevard M109R Limited 2009, 2011


  • Daytona 675 2013-2014
  • Daytona 675R 2013-2014
  • Rocket III 2009-2010
  • Rocket III Roadster 2011-2014
  • Rocket III Touring 2011-2014
  • Tiger Explorer 2012-2014
  • Tiger Explorer XC 2014


  • FJ-09 2015
  • FZS1000 FZ1 2006-2010
  • XV1900C Raider 2009-2013
  • XV1900C Raider SCL 2012-2013
  • XV1900CS Raider S 2009-2013
  • YZF-R1 2002-2003, 2009-2016
  • YZF-R1M 2015-2016
  • YZF-R1S 2016
  • YZF-R6 2009

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers

  • How much horsepower gain would I receive from the stage 5 commander?

    By: Donnie

    Without knowing exactly what machine it is that you have, it's impossible to say what gains you can expect with this, or any other tuning system out there. A lot of that comes down to how well the dyno technician does his job, and also, the state of tune for your machine. What you will notice, at least with a competent dyno operator - is that you'll have improved throttle response throughout the entire RPM range. Furthermore, since modern engines are really well-made compared to machines even ten years again, you probably won't gain so much at high RPM. To do that, you'll need to open up the engine and do some really expensive work (deck the heads, flowed intake/exhaust ports, valve job &etc.).

    That said, it's the low-end to mid-range power that you really use and, consequently - where you'll probably receive the greatest gains when your Power Commander is tuned by a good dyno guy. Unless all you're doing is drag racing, this is where you'll need power the most, and the PCV will deliver in this particular range.

    By: Staff

  • Do you guys have ignition modules for 2006 Honda cbr600rr

    By: Reece

    Yes, we have a Dynojet PC-V ignition module for the 2006 CBR600RR. Just select your machine from our fit guide that's immediately to the right of the main image and we guarantee you'll get the correct CBR600 ignition module to fit your bike!

    By: Staff