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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-22-2016, 10:08 PM Thread Starter
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So I've been reading about the Fp3 and some other products. I just bought a 2016 RGU. This is what I've done so far Vance and Hines TWIN SLASH ROUND SLIP-ONS, and the VO2 Naked intake, and just those two stand alone the change was unreal way more response and power. I was afraid I might be running a little hot. When I bought the bike, I bought a Harley download once the slip ons, and intake was installed. I had the download this weekend and have only had a chance to ride home about 15 miles of freeway. But it feels like the bike was dumded down, it might run a little smoother, but I lost the power and response. Feels like done stock like the day I road it of the lot. I basically want to plug it in and forget about it. With the exception of the occasional tweak. I don't want to do any Dyno runs and don't want to spend more then $400 bucks.
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Direct cycle parts has the fp3 for $299 with free shipping , I got one a week or so after I got my bike with stock air cleaner and pipes and the difference was night and day, plan one a stage 1 eventually figures this was the best place to start. Next I'm decatting the head pipe
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Mine is a 2016 RGU btw
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Personally I would get the power vision as I have both the fp3 and pv on different bikes. I like that with pv you can do everything from tuner itself, and don't need to keep your phone around. I think the auto tune that the pv created is much more responsive and smoother. These are just my findings there are that have good luck with the fp3.

Whatever u go with good luck and keep us posted....
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I'm not sure I'm a fan of adding anything to my bars. Just more stuff to play with. The infotainment center has enough to buttons to play with. The power vision is probably the best choice but I'm leaning towards the fp3 from Vance and Hines and it looks like fuelmoto might have the best knowledge base and support.
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I'm not sure I'm a fan of adding anything to my bars. Just more stuff to play with. The infotainment center has enough to buttons to play with. The power vision is probably the best choice but I'm leaning towards the fp3 from Vance and Hines and it looks like fuelmoto might have the best knowledge base and support.
Once you flash it with the powervision and are tuned you don't need to leave it on the bars unless you want to do more tuning. It flashes the computer just like the factory tool does. You can also use it on more than one bike if you get another license to download another serial number.
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Don't you need to replace your O2 sensors to the wide band? I have a 2016 RGU
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I have the pcv and auto tune. I like the idea of letting it do its own thing

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Does the fp3 allow you to adjust the afm?
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So I have ordered the fp3 from fuelmoto. I am having second thoughts, my local HD is running a special for the screaming eagle pro super tuner and complete dyno tune for $625 tuner included. what do you think?
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