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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-19-2019, 10:33 PM Thread Starter
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SEPST with aftermarket Stg 2 cams

Not really into voiding my warranty but always dreaming.
I have a new bike with Stage 1 and the supplied SEPST tuner.
Next season I was wondering how it would perform if I threw in an Andrews or similar cam like a Wood22x? These cams are close to the genuine HD tq cam that comes in their kit, but how would an aftermarket one run after I flashed theECM with the HD map?

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Not really into voiding my warranty but always dreaming.
I have a new bike with Stage 1 and the supplied SEPST tuner.
Next season I was wondering how it would perform if I threw in an Andrews or similar cam like a Wood22x? These cams are close to the genuine HD tq cam that comes in their kit, but how would an aftermarket one run after I flashed theECM with the HD map?
Wouldn't work very well at all. Just get a Power Vision, Thunder Max or TTS Master Tune and make your bike run right with the cam you choose. If you are certain that the cam upgrade is all you will ever do then you might get away with the Vance & Hines Fuel Pack but you will have more control with the ones I previously listed. Especially if you do a large bore kit and head work later on. Either way the HD Street Tuner is very limited and only works with the SE setups. You can thank the EPA for that one.

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I was just thinking outside the box.
I have a married PV from my previous bike so it would be $200 for a second license, and there is nobody who uses it in these parts so if I spent the big bucks again, I’d go back to the more popular TTS.
The bike is unreal with the SEPST, light years smoother than a Twinkie/PV2. I’m just one to want to fiddle with perfection.
Just wondering if it would work and be safe to operate with an aftermarket stick and SEPST.

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