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The Tuner is $300 and the cable is about $40.
You can download the software / tunes from Harley online.
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The HD Stage 1 tune is not EPA certified for your V&H exhaust.

The EPA controlled range is generally under 4500 rpms and below ~25-30% throttle on Sportsters.

You could increase the ignition timing in the 25 KPA map region on the cylinder popping in the rpm range it occurs.
I believe the SE Street tuner allows about +- 4 degrees of ignition timing change.
(varies some in different cells)
(DynoJet suggests starting with +3 degrees in the popping area)
http://www.powercommander.com/downlo..._DECEL_POP.pdf



One other option would be to lean out the VE at the 0% throttle range on the popping cylinder.

You could try the stage 2 tune, the VE values are higher in the 0% throttle range.
The rest of the area may not be close enough since you do not have the cams or the correct exhaust.
Thanks for the post. I have been playing with different tunes that have higher values in the ve. When you say lean out do you mean I should lower the VE?
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Thanks for the post. I have been playing with different tunes that have higher values in the ve. When you say lean out do you mean I should lower the VE?
Yes a lower VE would give a leaner mixture although the O2 sensor feedback will attempt to bring the AFR (Lambda) back to the value listed in the Air Fuel Ratio Table since it is in closed loop and you can not change it.
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Yes a lower VE would give a leaner mixture although the O2 sensor feedback will attempt to bring the AFR (Lambda) back to the value listed in the Air Fuel Ratio Table since it is in closed loop and you can not change it.
Will leaning it out help with decel pop? I thought richening would help?
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Since the area of the VE table you are working with is still in closed loop in the AFR table in your available tunes, the VE changes will only have an effect when you first decelerate, the ECU will use the O2 sensor feedback to bring the AFR back to what is in the table.
Closed loop limits the changes in the VE table being useful to richen the mixture.
Ignition timing would not change from your new setting (maybe it would if the Closed throttle spark table is set different) you do not have access to that table in your software.

In the example in the DynoJet document the AFR table is 13.5 to 1 and in open loop where the O2 sensor feedback is ignored. The 2007-2013 Sportsters also went into open loop at low MAP values and had richer AFR values in the 20 kpa column. My stock tune was 13.0 @ 20 kpa.
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