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This weekend I will be putting V&H Power Duals on my 11 FLTRX along with the TTS. I already have stage 1 air and V&H slip ons. I plan on using a TTS map after the install. I am going on a run to Monterey next Friday and will not have time to dyno the bike. I have a couple of questions so that I dont f%&k up my ride between now and later; one, is the TTS map sufficient so that I should not need to dyno the bike. And two, how much more can I get out of the bike with a dyno run than the TTS map?

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depends a really good job vtuning the tts should be within 5 or 10% of a really good dyno tune. I doubt you will do any damage. I would load the cal closest to what you have and run it for 20 miles and see how it feels. If it does not feel right you will know.
 

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i have a call in to tts now wanting on a call back
but i used 1 of there maps no problem put now playing with vtune go to office max and print out the manuals it cost me $25.00 but its worth it i think ??????
 

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i have a call in to tts now wanting on a call back
but i used 1 of there maps no problem put now playing with vtune go to office max and print out the manuals it cost me $25.00 but its worth it i think ??????
Ditto on printing out the manual. I read and reread it about 10X before starting and no way I could read like I wanted until it was printed.
 

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Thanks for the reply all! Getting a little anxious now to get the work done, do a test run, and then off to Monterey. Now all I have to do is pray the weather improves enough for a good ride.

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Not that everyone has this but. You can pull up the manual online. And i put it in my iBooks on both phone and iPad. Nice and handy to have as a reference.... I'm sure other smart phones can save the PDF for future reference.

Look through all the cal files. Pick the closest, go tune it... Then when you get time finish it with a good dyno operator
 
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