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Rode some more over the weekend before the Super Bowl. Lots of snow run off puddles that dirtied up the nice wash job the dealer gave my ride, but it was fun!! Being an Eagle fan I won't ride again for a day or two until the urge to drive off a bridge passes! Anyway, the weather was in the high 40's on Saturday and I rode a known distance, 15 miles to my work and back and it appears the reflash did correct the odometer. Also, my bike ran great this time probably owing to the warmer weather. Once up to temp the reflash is noticeable to me on the lower end. Seems to pull harder starting out than before. Also, for some reason my exhaust sounds different??? But different in a GOOD way! Throatier, I guess is how I would describe it....probably just my imagination. Someone asked if anyone had the reflash done with Stage 1 mods. That would be an affirmative. SE II slashdowns, SE hi flow air cleaner and dyno jet upgrade on my ride. Seems like a good thing to do, (the reflash).
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I wasn't feeling good a 0330 hours this morning so I decided to take a sick day. Along about 0930 I was feeling better and thought that a ride might make me feel better. Decided to get the reflash done to the ICM. Bike was difficult to start, had to let it warm up longer than usual and had carb farts going over to Eastcoast Harly. Took them about 30 minutes and I was back on the road. My impression is that the bike runs stronger and the speedo is more accurate. Will have to check it against my GPS on a warmer day. Felt much better after the ride. Weather got to 62 degrees toaday. Have a good one back to work tomorrow.
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I recently had the ICM on my 2004 XL1200C Stage 1 updated at the dealer.

I had P/N 32478-04 to start with.

They reprogrammed with P/N 32622-04A.

Is this correct?

For others that had M-1162 completed that had 32478-04 originally:

What was the P/N they reprogrammed with? 32478-04A or 32622-04A?


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im pissed i didnt get a recall on this. 1st thing monday ill be on the phone with dealer.
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im pissed i didnt get a recall on this. 1st thing monday ill be on the phone with dealer.
Save your breath.... It wasn't a recall, it was a service information bulletin. They are 2 different breeds of cat.
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P/N 32622-04A is the program # I ended up with, it's the most current.
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I have the SE ignition module P/N 31759-04 in my bike. That's the module with the 7,000 rpm rev limiter and decreases timing 5 degrees when your at wide-open throttle.

I guess the re-program you are all talking about would not be done on 04 1200 since I have the new module?

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P/N 32622-04A is the program # I ended up with, it's the most current.
Thanks for the confirmation LuxBlue.

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I just had the flash done. It most definately cured the hiccups. I don't know about a smoother idle. Maybe, but I couldn't swear to it. I definately noticed the spedo difference. I highly recommend this based on the colc hiccup problem alone. I used to have to ride a much longer time with the choke pulled out. Now it warms up just like my '02 did.
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i called dealer about this reflash and he said he knows nothing about it.what am i supposed to do now.it says when u take bike for service they will fix but mine never did.
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