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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 06-01-2019, 05:47 PM Thread Starter
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Well i have decided to get the bike tuned, i cant get the HD street tuner beyond certain self tunes perameters and what i mean i am getting back fire when i roll off the throttle. So this is my dilemma. Due i spend the $300 and let Harley fine tune the street tuner or do i get a new TTS and have a performance shop due it for $879. The bike runs well but i know there is still more there that i am not going to get doing on my own. So what do you think?
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Well i have decided to get the bike tuned, i cant get the HD street tuner beyond certain self tunes perameters and what i mean i am getting back fire when i roll off the throttle. So this is my dilemma. Due i spend the $300 and let Harley fine tune the street tuner or do i get a new TTS and have a performance shop due it for $879. The bike runs well but i know there is still more there that i am not going to get doing on my own. So what do you think?
First what year bike do you have ? If your talking about the Pro Street Tuner there isnít much adjusting that can be done. It is epa compliant. The TTS is by far a better tuner but if your worried about warranty it will void it on a 17 or newer.


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Well i have decided to get the bike tuned, i cant get the HD street tuner beyond certain self tunes perameters and what i mean i am getting back fire when i roll off the throttle.
It is not necessarily the tuner. You may have an exhaust or intake leak. Couple of old methods you could use to see if that is the case are to start the bike, hold the rpms at about 2k, and spray some starting fluid in the area of the intake gaskets. If the bike changes rpms or even chokes out there is an intake leak. If that checks out ok then take one of those long lighters and hold the flame near where the exhaust attaches to the head while the bike is at idle. If air is blowing on the flame then you know you have an exhaust leak.
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The roll off pop is not always there just once in a while and its when i shift i between 2nd and 3rd. Like i said its not always there. My exhaust is a 2-1 and my bike is a 2017 FLTRXS
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I have had it on my 2012 and had it tuned 3 different times:

Stage 1
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Just be sure your Dyno guy knows how to get the most out of the TTS

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The roll off pop is not always there just once in a while and its when i shift i between 2nd and 3rd. Like i said its not always there. My exhaust is a 2-1 and my bike is a 2017 FLTRXS
I would still want to make sure of what is really causing the issue rather than just throwing money at it and guessing. The TTS is by far the better device and if you are not concerned about warranty that's what I would go with. Even over the TMax and the PV. Although they are great devices as well. If you do have a slight intake leak it may not show up all the time as parts expand and contract.
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Hey RG the only thing i have done just recently is put a 2-1 on it. Do you think that could be it?
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Hey RG the only thing i have done just recently is put a 2-1 on it. Do you think that could be it?
Which MAP did you select in the program when you changed to 2into1?

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I did the recording data while riding process and downloaded the recommended calibrations.
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3 pulls plus the cost of the hardware.

And people say Tmax's are too expensive.


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