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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Dynojet Announces a New Automotive Performance Product - the CMD for 2010 Hyundai Genesis 2.0T

North Las Vegas, NV, August 19, 2008- We are pleased to announce the following application addition to our Dynojet CMD product line.

The Dynojet CMD (Combustion Management Device) is designed to optimize the power of your OEM forced induction vehicle, while retaining the factory engine management system.

The CMD is loaded with features that allow the user to precisely alter the fuel, boost, and works in parallel with OBDII (including CAN-Bus systems). Designed to be “plug-n-play” right out of the box*, the CMD comes pre-wired with OEM style connectors for each specific vehicle, eliminating lengthy installation times and guesswork.

Features
• Direct injector control (+/- 100% fuel change)
• Fuel change based on MAP sensor
• Boost / Fuel cut defense (through TIP / MAP clamping)
• Boost Control (+/- 100% change)
• Plug-n-Play Harness with OEM style intercept connectors, no cutting or splicing is required
• Update firmware via USB, no need to return the CMD for updates
• Control Center Software™ allows for unlimited map possibilities and real time tuning (base map included)
• Up to 48x48 tables dimensions allows for fine tuning and precise control
• Works in parallel with OBDII vehicles, even CAN-Bus systems
• CMD can draw power through the PC USB port, enabling map changes with the ignition off, or remove the CMD from the vehicle and bench program
• CAN-Bus communication and expansion options yields lightning fast communication speed with the Wide Band 2, LCD Display, and other Dynojet products

*The pre-release version of the CMD will come with a partial plug-n-play harness. As of 8-20-09, this harness includes the male/female injector connectors, boost solenoid connectors and crank connectors. As more of the connectors come in, we will add them to the harness. Final release version will include male/female plug-n-play connectors for the injectors, TPS, TIP, MAP, crank and boost solenoid connectors.


The CMD installed on a completely stock Genesis 2.0T yields impressive gains. 76lb-ft of torque and 49hp in the midrange, with peak gains of 71lb-ft and 33hp!


Product pictures and screen shots from the Master Control Center software:


CMD module shown with complete plug-n-play harness (Subaru WRX/STi)


Fully user customizable interface. Setup your own gauge screens with round analog gauge faces, 1/2 round gauges, digital gauges, bar graphs, etc. Logging directly from the CMD to your computer via USB plus live view on the gauge panel. Logs can then playback on the log/graph viewer as well as synchronized with the gauges. Histogram population during log playback for easy copy/pasting of clamp values.


The Control Center software allows for fuel adjustment in a 48x48 cell table for fine resolution of adjustment. In the case of the Genesis, the left axis is the MAP sensor. Fuel change is expressed as % change from stock. Allowed values are +/-100% from stock.

The boost table allows for either an offset or open-loop strategy. Typically we run them in offset, and just add or subtract solenoid duty cycle as needed. The Genesis is quite sensitive to boost solenoid changes and only needs 20-30% increase to achieve +10psi over stock.

The MAP and TIP clamp tables allow us to limit the output back to the ECU from the MAP and TIP sensors, to keep the car out of boost cut/limp mode. While the stock ECU doesn't see the additional boost, we can still fully map the fuel curve according to the original sensor readings.

The CMD-1810 for the 2010 Hyundai Genesis 2.0T will retail for $449 with the complete plug-n-play harness. Currently we are offering the pre-release version at $419, and on top of that, Genesisforums.org members can PM their order to us here for an additional 10% discount! That's right, be the first in your neighborhood to have a CMD on your Genesis 2.0T for only $377!

For additional information, check out the CMD website at Dynojet Research Inc. Combustion Management Device(CMD)

If you have any further questions, e-mail us at [email protected] or call us at 800-992-4993.
EDIT 8/28/2009: Harness is now 50% complete
Engineering just informed me that we now have the boost solenoid and crank sensor plugs. That makes the harness 50% complete as of today. You would still need to tap the TPS and intercept the TIP and MAP sensors.

I will go back and edit my original posts to reflect this (ImAuthenticFTW, you might want to edit your OP in this thread to reflect this as well).



33hp/71ft-lbs peak to peak gain, all stock car with a CMD on a 100* day with 91 octane pump gas.
 

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Keep in mind guys, this is just a piggyback that controls boost and fuel, not ignition or anything else like that.....
 

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I don't mind playing with this while I am working on my other project. Pm sent.
 

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And I now know that this was just a cut and paste from genesisforums.org. LoL! I'll get a hold of the vendor and see what's up with this.
 

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Ok, so the full plug and play version will not be available until October. Plus this seems to be great for the bolt-on DIY experienced tuner, not an amateur. Beyond Redline should be able to help dish out a "tune" for you, but to be on the safe side, you will have to at least get a wideband so you can monitor your AFR.

So for what it is, it's a STEAL.
 

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even if its a piggy back.

atleast for the price you can tweak a bit more here and there if you get minor mods.

although i dont really like piggybacks, as they are just "tricking" the ecu.

but this doesnt look bad at all
 

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^^ It really isn't bad. If you plan to stay with bolt-ons then I'd say go for it. :)
 

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interesting. but really when it come down to it when you have to buy a wideband sensor to tune it its going to come up realy close to the same price as the ecu tuner from power axel...
 

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interesting. but really when it come down to it when you have to buy a wideband sensor to tune it its going to come up realy close to the same price as the ecu tuner from power axel...
if you look at the screen shot the program reads the AFR off the stock O2 sensor, which i am assuming is factory wideband

i rather have the AEM FIC! =P
then make a thread about that and dont whore my thread about it
 

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^^^ The factory O2 readings are NOT wideband readings. Just so you know. The reading that's on the screen is probably from one that was hooked up to the tailpipe, or from one that's in-pipe (UEGO).
 

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^^^ The factory O2 readings are NOT wideband readings. Just so you know. The reading that's on the screen is probably from one that was hooked up to the tailpipe, or from one that's in-pipe (UEGO).
that sucks, the factory O2 in my civic is a wideband lol
 

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Just a HEADS UP guys, a Rep from DynoJet HAS joined gencoupe since i let him know about this, and is awaiting approval for his account to be activated, once that is done he will chime in here, he is also awaiting Vendor status
 

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hmm.. very interesting.. what's the difference between this and ecu reflash..? sorry i am noob in tuning...^^;;
 

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There is no difference between this and a ECU flash, gains are gains you just can do the R and D work your self. The major draw back of this is though that it's for minor bolt ons only. As it was pointed out you can just wait another couple months and buy map flashes where a custom tuner does the same thing and use those on your car for the same price it cost to buy this and the wide band sensor. Then when you upgrade the turbo and such later you don't have extra stuff laying around you just re-flash again and go, or dyno tune it, via PA, or BR. For stock like cars, and for experienced tuners this would be the best bet if your going to stay stock like.
 
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