Tuners

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  1. Waconut

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    Have exhaust and filters on the way. Not knowledgeable enough to try and tune it myself so planning on taking it to a dyno. The problem is, I live in south central Iowa and all the tuners I can find only work with Power Commander and nothing else. From what I understand, I'd not only have to buy the PCV but also their Auto Tune to keep things right with large temperature and or altitude changes. That gets expensive. If nothing else without the auto tune that eliminates mountain trips. Not sure how finicky it would be with winter riding. Does anyone know of a tuner in the Midwest that uses Tune ECU or tune boy that I could take the bike to. I also like the idea of it all being in the original module rather than adding components in between. Any information would be greatly appreciated. It would also be nice to find someone who has actually seen something besides V twins lol.
     
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    Well I'm in the great state of Oklahoma. I am not a real tuner but I have tuned a few Rockets. @warp9.9 might know some one in your neck of the woods
     
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    If you would share which air filter and exhaust I'm sure someone has a tuneecu tune that would work. And you can peruse the resources section also for tunes on this site.

    A dyno tune properly done is the best bet, however a dyno tune with just tunecu is really better(than just a PCV as it only alters fueling) in my opinion for your level of mods.
     
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    Regarding tuners, I have one in Milwaukee that tunes via tuneecu. Its not too far from you, and you can visit the amazing Harley museum.
     
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    Will keep Milwaukee in mind if all else fails. PCV won’t allow me to raise rpm limit either. I’ve got one of Paul’s systems on order to run with stock header ( I like the looks ) and putting K&N filters on the intake. Will probably cut claw for cooler air
     
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    Journeyman28778 "And this one is just right" ~ Goldilocks

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    Go to Resources and check out the tune @Martin-Brighton-uk shared. If you're sticking with the stock headers that might work well for you. I have TORs and K&Ns and my '11 Roadster now runs like a beast with that tune. Of course, a custom tune is ideal, but if you're like me, a TuneEcu tuner is hard to come by in my neck of the woods.
     
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    Thx Mines an 11 too so no difference in ecu
     
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    Awesome! I love Paul's pipes! He doesn't disappoint.. regarding the claw, ive noted lots of heat retained even at speed. Whats not good that's where the ecu gets its inlet temps and the motors not getting cool inlet air.

    And from what your adding theres no doubt a tune on the site to suit. Ask Paul for his feedback.
     
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    That’s what I’ve read and why I’m gonna cut the claw. Like it’s looks but not the hot air going down the I take
     
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    Intake. Stupid spellcheck lol
     
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