Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: So Cal High Desert
A good starting place is Fuel Moto. Read the info on their website and then call and talk to Jamie or Keith, they are good guys with a wealth of knowledge. They sell TTS, Thunder Max, and all dyno jet products (PC and Power Vision) as well as all major brands of exhaust and A/C. They are competive and have lifetime customer service. Even if you dont buy from them its a good place to start to get some info.
I ran a Fuel Pak and then a PC on my Fatboy, for the slight difference in $ I found the PC to have a lot more flexability and the bike ran better . The problem with the Fuel Pak is the modes are truely only know by V & H a so the device can not be tuned on a dyno or any one but V & H settings. With a PC you can interact with it, any good tuner can dial it in on their dyno or there are countless MAPS avaible for it ( Fule Moto provides lifetime MAP support if you buy from them)
On the newer bikes we have O2 sensors as well as a lot more info from the engine to the ECM. Because of this IMO using a tuner that still takes advantage of this information (ability to use open and closed loop) makes sense. The Fuel Pak requires that you discoonnect the o2 sensors and it override the ECM in closed loop so does the PC V if you are not running Auto Tune.
On my 2011 RG I started with a PCV that a friend had and the bike ran well. Decided to change to the Power Vision because I wanted to be able to use the O2 sensors and also not have a "piggy back" device on the bike. I got it from Fuel Moto, took about 5 min to flash the ECM with their custom MAP and Im riding. Jamiie helped me get it dialed in the first MAP had a little popping under hard decel, and I changed to a different MAP and its great. The Power Vision also works as a code reader and can be used as a auto tuner if I want to try try build my own MAP or any competent Tuner can use it to build me a custom tune.
Also if I ever need to change it back to the stock MAP, it only takes a few minutes since the Power Vision made a copy of the stock MAP and stored it for me.
There are a lot of good choices out there for tuners, TTS, SERT, Direct Link, Thunder Max Dyno Jet products. Do your research
2011 FLTRX, 103 Power Pak, Stage 1 with Power Vision and V & H Power Duals, SE A/C, Cee Bailey TRSSC 15", Progressive 940 rear,Mono Tubes Front, C & C Fastback Seat and some extras in black here and there
2005 Annv FLSTFI, Stage II 95 kit, lowered 2" - SOLD
2004 Road King Custom - SOLD
2004 Sportster 1200 r, Stage 1 - SOLD