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Sorry if this is a bit off topic, but Johnny G - those pipes on your bike in the pic look AWESOME Is that the Rinehart 2 into 1 system? Any chance you can post a sound clip to the Exhaust sound clips thread?

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Since this thread is about tuning the 07 bikes with the Screamin' Eagle Race Tuner (SERT) ... Here is what your SERT ignition timing program will look like if you were to program it using the exact same data that I wrote for the Daytona Twin Tec TC88A used on the 04-06 bikes (this is called the "MAP Modified 35" program)

If you like, you can now transfer the values from the 07 SERT timing table shown below directly to your SERT programming and see how your bike responds. I believe you will be very happy with the results.

BTW ... We are using the same data shown below for both the front and rear cylinders, so apply this same data for both cylinders.

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Here is the timing table as applied to the 07 SERT:



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And here is what the above timing table looks like in 3D Graph form:

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Like a dummy, I forgot to subscribe to the thread that listed part #'s for the factory re-maps. If I remember right, it was quite recent. I think there were @ 4 different #'s depending on Stage and engine size. Can anyone direct me to this recent thread/post-I don't seem to be able to find it. I want to check which one the dealer put on mine.

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There are 3 SERT programs for the 07 Sportys with fuel injection / O2 sensors

Calibration # 85
Calibration File # 159DX002-AO.MT6
883 with:
SE Aircleaner and Breather Kit
Race Exhaust

Calibration # 86
Calibration File # 159FM003-AO.MT6
1200 with:
SE Aircleaner and Breather Kit
Race Exhaust

Calibration # 87
Calibration File # 159XJ008-AO.MT6
1200 Stage 2 with:
SE Aircleaner and Breather Kit
Race Exhaust
SE Pro XL Performance Cams, P/N 25197-04
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There are 3 SERT programs for the 07 Sportys with fuel injection / O2 sensors

Calibration # 85
Calibration File # 159DX002-AO.MT6
883 with:
SE Aircleaner and Breather Kit
Race Exhaust

Calibration # 86
Calibration File # 159FM003-AO.MT6
1200 with:
SE Aircleaner and Breather Kit
Race Exhaust

Calibration # 87
Calibration File # 159XJ008-AO.MT6
1200 Stage 2 with:
SE Aircleaner and Breather Kit
Race Exhaust
SE Pro XL Performance Cams, P/N 25197-04
Could the Calibration #87 be used with the listed 25197-04 and the SE10.5:1 pistons?
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Can someone post the stage 2 map for the race tuner here.

It seems that the "stage 2" from HD is exactly what I'm running - high flow a/c, pipes and SE cams. I'm using Ron's map for my TC88A but would be interested in seeing how the SE map compares.

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Here is the SERT Stage 2 timing MAPS ... front cylinder on top and rear cylinder on the bottom


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Thanks Ron,

The overall profiles look similar, but yours is a bit more aggressive at higher vacuum levels in the lower rev range while the HD map is more aggressive at lower vacuum levels in the lower rev range. Both are similar at mid and higher rev ranges throughout the vacuum range.

I've created a blended map using the highest advance for each position using your modified 35 map and the HD stage 2 map. I plan on trying all three maps and see if there is much difference between them.

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you guys seem to know quite a lot about the different maps for the sporty... back in spain i changed my pipes and air filter and they recommended that i should buy a power commander... im not too sure if the settings of the power commander did much, anyone knows how should i act??? should i modify the map on my sporty? how?? what settings???
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