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Tuner for 2/1 exhaust?

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Old 01-10-2019, 11:16 PM
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Looking into switching exhaust on my SB I currently have V&H Short shots staggered and thinking of trying something different like Bassani RR3 or TBR. Got stage one done at dealership when I picked up bike but donít Have a tuner just re map on computer. What are my options for tuner that will work good with any 2 into 1 exhaust . Any taught on FP3 ?
 
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Old 01-11-2019, 07:11 AM
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Power commander 5 is what I have and 8 got mine with a canned map from Fuelmoto...their support is great...I also have E series 2in1 on mineand love it, the increase in ooomph is nice.
 
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TTS Master Tuner
 
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Power vision is the most powerful one... just sayin. And also you get access to tons of info from your bike
 
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Originally Posted by Bob_fxdb View Post
Power vision is the most powerful one... just sayin. And also you get access to tons of info from your bike
"Most powerful'? How did you come to this conclusion? Like my recommendation, it's an option. Best advice for OP is talk to a reputable tuner.Ask what they recommend
 

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Originally Posted by Boostedboxer04 View Post
"Most powerful'? How did you come to this conclusion? Like my recommendation, it's an option. Best advice for OP is talk to a reputable tuner.Ask what they recommend
Well, you can do an auto tune on the fly and read diagnostics without a computer. You have a lot of gauges and also can read the bikes error codes. The interface is super easy and a lot more user friendly. No?
 
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Originally Posted by Bob_fxdb View Post

Well, you can do an auto tune on the fly and read diagnostics without a computer. You have a lot of gauges and also can read the bikes error codes. The interface is super easy and a lot more user friendly. No?
There's a ton of options out there and everyone has their own flavor they like. Once people start talking tuners, it quickly turns into a "mine is better than yours because reasons" argument, just like Car Manufacturer #1 vs Manufacturer #2. OP just needs to think about how far he wants to go down the rabbit hole, and pick a solution that fits his budget and bike plan.

I'm on Team PV for my wants and needs.
 
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Originally Posted by ThePaintPirate View Post
There's a ton of options out there and everyone has their own flavor they like. Once people start talking tuners, it quickly turns into a "mine is better than yours because reasons" argument, just like Car Manufacturer #1 vs Manufacturer #2. OP just needs to think about how far he wants to go down the rabbit hole, and pick a solution that fits his budget and bike plan.

I'm on Team PV for my wants and needs.
Right now theyíre cheaper also.
 
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Originally Posted by neverstockjp View Post
Looking into switching exhaust on my SB I currently have V&H Short shots staggered and thinking of trying something different like Bassani RR3 or TBR. Got stage one done at dealership when I picked up bike but donít Have a tuner just re map on computer. What are my options for tuner that will work good with any 2 into 1 exhaust . Any taught on FP3 ?
If all you want to do is load a map from V&H, flash then go, the FP3 has a pretty cheap entry fee. It's a pretty popular tuner.
 
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What tuner do you have at present or have you not retuned after fitting the V&H pipes?

Ask V&H if they have a map for that exhaust. Ask any tuner company if they have a map for the exhaust you want to use.
 

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