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post #21 of 22 (permalink) Old 06-08-2010, 11:23 AM
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Ok you can get as technical as you want. I completely understand the fuel control system as I have been working on FI applications for more than 20 years.
The point I was trying to make here is, for practical H-D applications a wide band O2 senser has no distinct advantage over the factory narrow band sensor.
Proponents of the Thundermax system may disagree, and that is okay. I think the TM system is awesome, especially for radical engine configurations. That being said, I think Steve Cole is on to something. In my opinion, The TTS Mastertune is by far the best thing going for tuning your street H-D. Just my $.02
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post #22 of 22 (permalink) Old 12-01-2012, 01:13 AM
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Tts tuner software

Just bought a 2012 FLHTCU, that came with a TTS Tuner. The bike has the stock map installed now. I want to add pipes, slip ons and a stage 2 breather. But guess what was not included in the sale THE SOFTWARE it was a trade in and the dealer said they would try to get the software from the original owner, But it has been over 2 weeks and I still have not heard from them. I think they may have removed it sow that i would have to pay them $80.00 an hour to install the tune. I have tuned many bikes and cars. So I think I can figure it out. Did a 100hp VW TDI, injectors , down pipe, turbo and a simple tune made 185 HP at the front wheels. If anybody would make me some copies i will be glad to pay you for them.
Thanks, rxrbiker

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