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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-01-2013, 05:28 PM Thread Starter
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I'm a handlebar guru but am a loss for fuel management.
Just picked up a 13 Roadglide. Going with 570 cams and freedom performance exhaust. Any suggestions?

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You might want to look at the TMax also.

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Thank you for the feedback. I will look into both systems.

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Thank you for the feedback. I will look into both systems.
Those are the ones I'm considering too. I can't decide whether or not I want to tinker with stuff myself sometimes (Power Vision) or simply forget about that stuff, the gizmo is doing it's thing all by itself (T-Max).

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Those are the ones I'm considering too. I can't decide whether or not I want to tinker with stuff myself sometimes (Power Vision) or simply forget about that stuff, the gizmo is doing it's thing all by itself (T-Max).
You can actually do that with both. There is an auto tune module you can purchase separately for the Power Vision. With the Thundermax you can make changes with your laptop plugged in. Although with the Power Vision you can make adjustments while riding. Personally I went the Thundermax route. Set it and forget it. I don't think you can go wrong with either one though.

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You can actually do that with both. There is an auto tune module you can purchase separately for the Power Vision. With the Thundermax you can make changes with your laptop plugged in. Although with the Power Vision you can make adjustments while riding. Personally I went the Thundermax route. Set it and forget it. I don't think you can go wrong with either one though.
Thanks Hullhorr. I wasn't getting the full picture on how the auto tune was incorporated with the Power Vision (an optional separate module).

I suspect that here in FL, I won't really need that since about the only thing I can think of changing after the main elements are established would be A/F ratios due to some serious elevation changes. Of course, I'm such an old guy the last time I personally tuned my HD was when we used points, condensers, and jets too.

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Re: Fuel management

My Tmax works great. It is really pretty easy to manually adjust.
Installed a set of Tman 555 tq cams this winter, but no dyno for me! Loaded a new map and the Tmax will do the rest.

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