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Old 03-16-2011, 08:00 PM
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Default Power Commander V mapping for Rocker C

I have a 2010 Rocker C. Just bought the big radius 2:2 exhaust and the power commander V. Which mapping do I use?

The closest I come is:
M15-004-001.pvm (Stock exhaust, stock air filter)
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M15-004-031.pvm
(2009 Harley Davidson Softail *Advanced Map*
Vance & Hines Big Radius 2:2 Exhaust
Screamin' Eagle 103" flat top pistons
Screamin' Eagle 255 Cams
Screamin' Eagle air filter
Stock ECM
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Fuel table 1 is front cylinder)
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Old 03-25-2011, 12:39 PM
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For those looking for the same info, found it:
M15-004-078.pvm in the canned maps provided by PCV software
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Old 03-25-2011, 12:42 PM
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well aside from Big Radius 2-2.. what is your setup? engine (do you have the 103"?), intake(is it still stock, or did you change it?), cams(did you actually put the 255's in?).. those are the two biggest things
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Old 03-25-2011, 12:54 PM
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Right now I just have the pipes on the stock 96". I searched the web and contacted the company. They told me the 78 map was for pipes and air breather, but this would be closest for my setup. I am sure it will change quickly anyway
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Old 03-25-2011, 01:08 PM
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If you have not yet changed your intake, i.e. the motor and everything is still stock.. you actually do NOT need the Power Commander. It's when you change the Air/Fuel ratio (i.e. heavy breather will suck in more air, then the ratio will be borked) that you need it.

I mean it's a good thing to have if you ever DO change your intake, but for now, you dont need it. and if you already have it installed, you may as well either use the 000 or 001 map
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Old 03-25-2011, 03:17 PM
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Thanks SGT. I thought that the 00 and 001 would be the case. Now I can tell other folks the same. Dealers push the Fuel Management units like crack when all people want to do is get pipes. I knew I was going to modify things, so I had no issue, but the dealer wanted me to get the HD unit custom done for a ridiculous amount of money. Glad I went my own route.
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Old 03-25-2011, 03:28 PM
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Yeah man..the Power Commander is a good unit if you ever get away from V&H pipes (not saying you will, but you could)..and put in an air cleaner and stuff..but for just some 2/2 pipes.. yeah salemen want to make sales.
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Thanks SGT. I thought that the 00 and 001 would be the case. Now I can tell other folks the same. Dealers push the Fuel Management units like crack when all people want to do is get pipes. I knew I was going to modify things, so I had no issue, but the dealer wanted me to get the HD unit custom done for a ridiculous amount of money. Glad I went my own route.
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Similar question..
2008 Rocker, V&H Big Shot shorts, Spike air intake, O2 sensor blocked and deleted. My fuel econ seems to have gone for a ****. I programmed ...

15-004-077 - Vance & Hines Big Shots Staggered exhaust, Screamin Eagle air filter, Rev Xtend enabled, Table 1 is front cylinder

any suggestions ?
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Similar question..
2008 Rocker, V&H Big Shot shorts, Spike air intake, O2 sensor blocked and deleted. My fuel econ seems to have gone for a ****. I programmed ...

15-004-077 - Vance & Hines Big Shots Staggered exhaust, Screamin Eagle air filter, Rev Xtend enabled, Table 1 is front cylinder

any suggestions ?
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