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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-28-2016, 08:45 AM Thread Starter
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Need map for 2010, 96", v&h dresser duals, rush 3.5", 2" baffle

Have a 2010 HD fltrx, 96" stock motor, running Vance and Hines dresser duals and Rush 3.5" mufflers with 2.0" baffles. There are two canned maps on the Dynojet website that are close. One is for my exact setup but for 2008-09 touring and the other is for a 2010 but with rush headers.

Thoughts on which would be the more accurate map to program into my PC5: M15-011-071 or M15-011-157? Cannot find the exact dimension on Rush true dual headers to compare to the v&h. And not sure what the difference is in the ECM between years.

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Doubt there is a lot of difference between the two, but certainly some. You may want to down load them both to your Computer and then give them each a try and see which has the best feel for the way you ride. Might want to keep a eye on the parts for sale section and pick up the Auto Tune kit. I run one with mine and have created several specific MAPs, but best of all I just leave the Auto Tune on all the time and let it constantly adjust. Then once a blue moon I check the trims to see how they look - to create a new base map or to keep running the one installed. FYI on the AutoTune - the bungholes on 2010 maybe the smaller mm size and not the 12mm the '08 have. Something to be aware of if you go that direction - just to check the specs before you purchase. Good luck.

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Feel the same way! Finally confirmed that both headers are 1.75" so I went with the 071 map for the first run.

In the past I had bad popping and gurgling on downshift, so I always throw a 15 into the '0' column where it says 0 and have had good experience with that.

Pipes are now installed, PC is updated with that tweaked map, now to take a test run and see what happens....
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Stock 2010 O2 sensors are 12mm.
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