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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-04-2015, 05:11 PM Thread Starter
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I have a 103 with HD255 cams. RC high flow air cleaner, RC tru dual exhaust with the HD map download. I am wondering what is the best tuner to use and the easiest to do. Thanks in advance for you input.
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Opening a can here but here are a few. I used power vision before but now I use super tuner from Harley.
But here are a few options

Fuel moto.

Screaming eagle Harley Davidson super tuner.

Power vision.

Thundermax.


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The guys at fuel Moto are great though. Tell them your mods and they will hook you up with any of the above. Call Jamie at Fuel Moto.com
And talk to him. Great to deal with and he'll help a bunch


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The guys at fuel Moto are great though. Tell them your mods and they will hook you up with any of the above. Call Jamie at Fuel Moto.com
And talk to him. Great to deal with and he'll help a bunch


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First thing find out what turner your local tuner uses. Believe me it will save you a bunch of CASH. I have been though too many tuners that can't be tuned locally.
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Definitely a can of worms, if you plan to do the tune yourself, go with one with auto tune ie Thundermax or Power Vision, if not, as mentioned go with what your tuner suggest and is comfortable with. Also, do you plan to do anything else to the engine? No need to spend more than you have to.

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That's why I went with super tuner this time my mechanic is most familiar with it,


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Don't plan on doing nothing else. Ride 2up quite a bit going on trips and want the extra boost. Thanks everyone for their input.
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Vote for the power vision, downloads in a flash, and fuel moto will hook you up, great customer service and friendly too!

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+1 on the PowerVision. I've had mine on since August of 2014 (about 10,000 miles ago), and have not been disappointed.


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