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Old 05-25-2010, 09:01 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I just pulled out my owners manual. Page 75 Engine Idle Management System. For those riders who frequently find themselves in riding conditions where the vehicle is subjected to prolonged ldle conditions or traffic congestion, an optional dealer enabled engine calibration is available. This calibration offers limited rear cylinder cooling with the vehicle stopped while the engine is left at idle. This option is available for original equipment engine calibrations only. See your dealer for details.

Now over the winter I had a screamin eagle stage one air cleaner, Vance & Hines big shots and the computer reprogrammed with the screamin eagle download. When the dealer did the download did they enable this feature on my bike? Thats what I get from the owners manual. I don't remember the bike doing this last summer when I purchased it and it was bone stock.





you can install the cd that came with your race tunner and enable it yourself.....more than likely they left it on
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and a 6 speed i think
I may be wrong but I thought 2007 was the first year for the 96ci motor and the 6-speed.
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I may be wrong but I thought 2007 was the first year for the 96ci motor and the 6-speed.

yeah 07 was the first year for the 96.....but the 06 dyna did have a 6 speed
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Old 05-25-2010, 09:09 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Ed your s is a flw by wire and you can turn on engine temp management by twisting your throttle FORWARD until the tell tail light for the cruze turns GREEN.....then do the same if you want to disable it and cruze light will turn RED
...the first time mine kicked in i thought i got a batch of bad gas but this site came through with the info!! Heres a few other threads!! EITMS-Touring bikes 2009.....EITMS, Engine Idle Temperature Management System.....
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Old 05-25-2010, 09:18 PM   #25 (permalink)
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I don't have a race tuner installed just the stage 1 download to reprogram the PCM. The dealer did all the install so I have no idea what they did. I am going to call and talk to the dealer tomorrow to see what they tell me.
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Old 05-25-2010, 09:24 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Dynas always great the new upgrades from the factory the year before the rest of the Big Twin lineup does !
Sort of the TEST BIKE for the company!

Harley knew they had a over heating problem with the Early TC 88 !

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Old 05-25-2010, 09:41 PM   #27 (permalink)
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And shutting off the rear cyclinder is a total joke
It's always good to get opinions on a subject, but I was looking more for how it works.
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Old 05-25-2010, 10:19 PM   #28 (permalink)
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ed your s is a flw by wire and you can turn on engine temp management by twisting your throttle FORWARD until the tell tail light for the cruze turns GREEN.....then do the same if you want to disable it and cruze light will turn RED
Only time my cruise light is green is when I set the cruise. As far bein able to twist the throttle forward and turnin the engine management system on, it doesnt come on when I do that. Held it as long as a twenty count and it didnt come on.
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Old 05-25-2010, 10:35 PM   #29 (permalink)
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i have never seen it on an 06.....only seen it on closed loop system which is 07 and up....
The user manual with my 06 Deuce says my bike has it, but I've never had it kick in.

Just thought of something, I have the PCIII on my bike so it probably overrides the ECM/EIM system.

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The '06 Dyna is sort of a half breed. If you look at the motor it looks like a 96. It has internal oil lines, six speed tranny and new style heads. It just has the 88 crank. I've had several people look at it and swear its a 96. This was the only year that it came this way, '07 and newer are 96 of course.
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