Due to vendor restrictions this product does not qualify for this offer.
Manufacturer Part Number: 309-366
Open or Closed Loop: Closed
Sold in Units: Kit
|V-Rod 10th Anniversary Edition VRSCDX : 2012|
|V-Rod Muscle VRSCF : 2009–2016|
|V-Rod NHRA Commemorative Edition VRSCX : 2007|
|V-Rod Night Rod Special VRSCDX : 2007–2016|
|V-Rod Night Rod VRSCD : 2006–2008|
|V-Rod Street Rod VRSCR : 2006–2007|
|V-Rod VRSCA : 2002–2006|
|V-Rod VRSCAW : 2007–2010|
|V-Rod VRSCB : 2004–2005|
Unbelievable tuning all in less that 10 minutes. Was only able to load stock base map, when I had BUB 7 2 into 1, Arlen Ness Big Sucker Stage I filter. T-Maxx rocks and adjusted from Base map to may set up with no issues.
Best bang for the buck. I have tuned my bike for its best performance and can fine tune it any way and any time I want to. Newest software update allows me to use multiple tuning maps without having to use the laptop. If I am traveling heavy with 2 up and luggage I can call up the map just for this riding environment on the fly and the bike runs great. When riding solo and doing high performance riding I call up the tuning map for this riding style and the bike performs great again all without the laptop. Great product and WELL Worth the money.
Works great easy install
I have never had anything but stock electronic control units on my touring bikes. Friends recommended ThunderMax enthusiastically so I went to JP Cycles and bundled a large purchase with pipes, air cleaner, etc. Unit works perfectly. Better throttle response, more hp and torque, cooler engine temp. Wish I had upgraded sooner.
In the last few weeks I spent way to much money on my '09 RoadKing. Here is how it played out. I ordered a set of Cobra Speedster Duals with PowerPort, Arlen Ness Plain Finish Stage I Big Sucker Kit, Vance & Hines FuelPak. Parts came in and did the install. Called Vance and Hines to verify which map to use. Had decel popping, occasional backfiring, poor throttle response, and lst a major portion of my top end. Put a little over 250 miles on it to see if it would level out. I ordered a Throttlepak to try and eliminate the newly acquired poor throttle response. Which I never installed, The next day I ordered new tires, a Thundermax, from J&P, and ordered a Road Zeppelin Seat from Harley. The seat and ThunderMax came in on Wednesday and the tires on Thursday. I went and had the tires mounted and balanced. When I got home and let the bike cool down I installed the Thundermax and seat. I finished up about 8 last night and decided it was time to go see how all was working. The tires were a mist at the time. The seat made my wife's and my butts very happy. The ting that blew my mind was how the bike was running. It has never run that smooth. at 60 it sounded like a nice smooth idle almost like it wasn't even working. I found a couple of good grades to run up and there was all my top end back just smoother. All I can say is that I am sold. In the future one of these will be going on my '13 Wide Glide also. Good Bye stock Delfi. Hello Thundermax. I guess I have a bunch of stuff fixing to hit ebay to try and recoup some of the funds spent.
If you are going to use this on a 2012 or later harley touring, get the 2011 header pipes to O2 sensor bungs on the 2011 work the 2012 do not pipes are the same otherwise.
best improvement for the money you can do