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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-02-2013, 11:36 AM Thread Starter
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FuelPak 61019

Looking to get some opinions on the V&H FuelPak 61019. I am considering installing one on my 2013 FLTRX. I have installed American Customs slipons, have a Fullsac head pipe to install and plan the addition of a Big Sucker AC. I have no plans to do anything further with the motor. I also have a set of the Vieds that I purchased from a forum member that I am thinking of trying first before I purchase the FuelPak. Has anyone tried this combination and if so what are the results? Pros and cons of the Vieds? Pros and cons of the FuelPak?
Would any members have a FuelPak #61019 that they would be interested in selling?
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-02-2013, 08:57 PM
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I used a Fuel Pak on my bike for about a week to try it out compared to a PC V and then a Power Vision. The fuel Pak is ok for what it is. A "fueler" device it adds or removes fuel as programmed. The down sides are no one knows what the modes are related to but V and H so you are limited to their settings It also makes no adjustments to timing or front and rear cyl.

For almost the same amount of money you can geta Fuel Moto micro tuner and it will make a complete tune ,can be dyno end or use a canned map and is also a piggy back tuner.


IMO check out a flash tuner and do the job completely the first time and if you decide to make more mods later you won't have to buy another tuner. In my experience my bike runs better with the power vision tune than it did with the fuel Pak or the PCV

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I have a V&H Fuel Pak and Throttle Pak on my '09 SERG and have been very happy with them.

The bike is responsive, runs cooler, no popping when decelerating.

V&H seems to have good tech support (maps & updates on their website)

Only selling because I'ma goin' to max-out 'da 110.

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FuelPak 61019

I have the fuel Pak and throttle Pak and I like it runs good for me and I drive in NYC a lot of stop and go so I need something to run cooler. You can call V&H and tell them what u are looking for and the will tell u what numbers and the tell u what adjustment u need to put in the fuel pak

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I have fuel pack on mine also and the bike runs great for what I want it to do. Great gas mileage with V/H Monster Ovals, Fuelpak and SE Heavy Breather. A great combo for me and what I want out of my bike.


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post #6 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-03-2013, 09:05 PM
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I too have the fuelpak and like it. Ive only done the stage1 to my bike and its great for what i need. If you have ANY future plans to do anything else to the bike then i wouldnt recommend it as its not really adjustable.

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I had the fuelpak on my 2011 FTLRU and got a great balance of power and milage The only dislike I had was a hesitation off idle and would sometimes kill the engine leaving a stop. A throttle pak may cure this.
On my current bike I am running a power vision as more than stage 1 mods are coming

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