Which tune (tuneboy)

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  1. mhurlburt

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    Hi as you can see I am new to the forum. Read many but still have to beg a question of those in the know: I have a 2006 Rocket/Classic. Have new Jardines, a K&N filter, just put in Iridium plugs. Also, just picked up the Tuneboy. Which # tune from the website should I be using? I noted the "Jardine" tune is listed under the Rocket ( not the Rocket/Classic) - and that there are a few listed under the Classic ( 20222/20219) - confused. Can anyone help ?
     
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    If there's a tune for Jardines, it won't matter if what you have is a "Classic". You have a Standard with footboards and wide bars and Jardines. If you have triple K&Ns or undertank filters then select one that is both Jardine and the appropriate filter set up.

    Try 20145 1 as a starter. The I tables need some mods: Copy I4 to I2 and 3. And the L1-3 tables need some mod for no-pop decel. There is a 10 and 15% adjustment to these latter tables that have worked well to quell the decel pop. these values can be found on the forum herein.
     
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    Is your K&N a drop in under the seat or do you have an under the tank or triple filters? The Jardine tune on the Tuneboy site is for a triple filter setup.
     
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    Welcome to the site BTW.:D
     
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    Hi thanks for the reply and the welcome to the site. The K&N I have is the drop in not the triples. Sounds like I need the triples :)

    I have much to learn from you guys. I knew the Classic/Rocket was just a cosmetic diff. that's why I asked about why the tunes are listed in different places on the tuneboy site. That was the confusing part....
     
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    If you keep the under seat version... you can get a dry NOX setup for @ $250 and have "afterburners"

    You can't take the cheaper route if you switch to triples.
     
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    The difference between the classic and standard tunes is the speed limiter is lower on the classic tunes. And yes, triples are the way to go.
     
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