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Crazyboy8833
post Oct 17 2015, 04:15 PM
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I'm brand new to the biking community and although my vehicle knowledge is high, my bike knowledge is not. I've been trying to do research for my bike but I thought why not ask people who know. I've got a 2015 dyna fxdb and I want to upgrade the intake and exhaust, just not sure what the best for either one is. For intake I've found k&n intakes, I've got one on my truck and I love it. And for exhaust I like the Vance and Hines exhaust but I know there's more out there. What I'm looking for from the upgrade, better acceleration, louder sound, but I want the air in and out to be smooth with no issues, I think I read something before too much air out and not enough in causes issues.
Thanks for the help and input guys!
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post Oct 17 2015, 07:51 PM
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If you change the amount of inflow, no problem.
If you change the amount of outflow, no problem.
If you change both you will need to have it mapped, otherwise it will likely run lean hot and burn up.
I recommend either a dealer or a local Indy that knows what they're doing.
Good luck.
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Crazyboy8833
post Oct 17 2015, 10:48 PM
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Much appreciated thank you. I think I have a guy who can help me map when I need it.
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post Oct 18 2015, 05:02 PM
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Yup. If you're going to run more open (louder) pipes, best to get more air in. And then you'll need a remap.
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post Oct 20 2015, 08:26 PM
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get the V and H fuel pak3 it Bluetooths to your cell phone and you can map it when ever you want instead of taking the bike to harley. its really easy to install and use also. here is a link so you can get more info on it. http://fp3.vanceandhines.com/#fuelpakfp3
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post Oct 20 2015, 10:08 PM
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I put Harley Stage 1 air cleaner and Python I slip-ons on my Dyna and wife's Nightrain. KILLER SOUND.

You can add tuners for 4 or 5 hundred bucks, or

http://www.dkcustomproducts.com/XiED-ViED-...gement_c121.htm

XiED foolers. They go between the O2 sensors and the computer, plug and play. The lie to the computer and bring you back to a 14:1 air fuel mixture. No tweeking, no computers

Tell Kevin Screwball said Hi! I've got them on both trikes. Also did Stage I and CFR Megaphones


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