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27th March 2007, 22:05
I am thinking about adding this to my 07 1200c and was wondering if anyone had done this to theirs yet and if there were any downloads already in the software for 071200 with air cleaner and screamin eagle pipes. Thanks for any info that you can give me.
28th March 2007, 01:17
I have that tuner on my 1200Low, i think its worth it regardless of just stage 1 or if your doing extensive motor work. Right now i have the Screamin Eagle A/C and the Vance and Hines slip-ons with the tuner, (I live in denver) I dynoed it at 78hp and 78 ft/lbs. Next winter i have a lot of plans for my motor so the tuner will come in handy. Most people on here will say that the tuner will not be worth it for just stage 1(i think it is very nice) You will need to spend the money for a couple of hours of dyno and tuning, i got a good break on mine know the dealer well and was the first EFI sporty they did. Wait for others to chime in and search other places in here for the tuner go to the different places on this site theres lots of info and options
28th March 2007, 16:37
If your going to go with slip ons pipes when upgrading to Stage 1, use the V&H Straight Shot Slip Ons as they seem to work very well. I made 79HP and almost 80 Ft Lbs of torque with these mufflers when combined with the harley Stage 1 ReMap and SE Air Cleaner. The map is Harley Part # 22718-07/DT and this is your best bet if you only ever plan on doing the stage one and do not plan to tweak it later. If you plan on adding cams, heads or further upgrades, then spend the money and get the SERT. Just my humble opinion!
28th March 2007, 17:43
Thanks for your help. I had the tuner on 06 Street glide and I liked it. I was just wondering if anyone had messed with it on the 07 Sporty yet. This is my first sportster and the more I ride it the more I like it. I have the Screamin Eagle slip on's now and I am going to do the air cleaner and will probobly do the race tuner again but I would like to here from some people that have done it on there's; this is what I did with the street glide.
29th March 2007, 11:41
Invest the monies you would have spent on a 'download' on a SERT. Infinitely adjustable and made for Harley's. I've often wondered if those that have 'power commanders' and other fueling add-ons if they take them off before taking the bikes in for service???? I'm pretty sure the MoCo would frown on those items and try to screw someone over concerning the warranty. I'm aware that some people say the 'add-on' has to be proven to be at fault regarding warranty issues, but I'd rather be safe, have the scoot repaired, and keep riding. Litigation can be real costly.......and down time in the riding months would drive me crazy.
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