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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-15-2018, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
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M8 107 fp3 & se447

Ok, so I just had the stage 2 installed but I don’t see the Harley Davidson SE447 in the drop down for my FP3. Does anyone the Cam I can use or the values to enter manually? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-21-2018, 10:38 PM Thread Starter
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Called Vance and Hines...they helped me download a map. Bike is purring!!!!
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Awesome! The Harley map they put in with the stage II ran like crap for me, but two Smart Tune runs with the HD tuner has me grinning every time I back out of the throttle....
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There should be an area in the cams where you can enter the open and close values of the valves for those not listed , my fp3 has it ..

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SE447 cam with SEPST runs great for me. I did two or three “auto” tunes and upped the VE cells that otherwise appeared as dips in graphic mode. It runs sweet and hot, but not the best mpg. But never had great mpg even as stock. Always mid-to-high 30s. But I do like to accelerate.

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SE447 cams with SEPST run great for me. I did two or three “auto” tunes and upped the VE cells that otherwise appeared as dips in graphic mode. It runs sweet and hot, but not the best mpg. But never had great mpg even as stock. Always mid-to-high 30s. But I do like to accelerate.
Good to know... my mpg dropped from 40 mpg to 34ish not too much worried about it. I’m good with 30+. I figured it dropped more because I keep whaleing the hell out of it to hear those pipes roar
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Agreed. Call V&H and they will give you a map. I'd also look at other features like the throttle control. I have mine on medium and it really opens up the responsiveness. But you'll have to find out what works for you.
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Agreed. Call V&H and they will give you a map. I'd also look at other features like the throttle control. I have mine on medium and it really opens up the responsiveness. But you'll have to find out what works for you.
Same for me

It was like a whole different bike when I changed the throttle response

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Loss of mpg while tuning is common. The tuner is overcompensating for fuel until everything gets dialed in and you put a few more miles on the bike. You'll notice that the MPG should start going back up and return to normal after running a few tanks of gas.

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Good to know... my mpg dropped from 40 mpg to 34ish not too much worried about it. I’m good with 30+. I figured it dropped more because I keep whaleing the hell out of it to hear those pipes roar


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