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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-02-2012, 08:59 AM
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Hi guys. I have a 2012 Dyna Wide Glide 103. I put on V&H Big Shots Staggered Chrome, V&H Fuel Pak and a Screaming Eagle Stage 1 Air Cleaner kit, looks and sounds amazing. I have done some reading on this and from what I have found if you are just wanting to do some "simple" changes like pipes and a high flow filter kit, the Fuel Pak and Power Commander are fine for the job. I you plan on doing any internal modifications to the engine then the Screaming Eagle product is probably the route you wnt to go. My Harley dealer wanted $700 for the tuner and dyno time. I spent $825 for the pipes, fuelpak and air intake. Oh, spend the $65 on the manual and get a decent torque wrench.

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Blacknight883, if you cant find an intake you like keep the stock air cleaner cover and get the Screaming Eagle Stage I Sportster Air Cleaner Kit P/N 29782-07. It is pricey from HD, there are a couple of sites that are online only with about a 20% savings and no tax, one is https://shop.newcastlehd.com/ and the other is https://www.surdyke.com/index.asp. I have ordered from both and am very happy with both. New Castle carries some stock but not much, Surdyke does not carry any stock and both order direct from Harley and then ships to you, so it takes a bit longer.

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Blacknight883, if you cant find an intake you like keep the stock air cleaner cover and get the Screaming Eagle Stage I Sportster Air Cleaner Kit P/N 29782-07. It is pricey from HD, there are a couple of sites that are online only with about a 20% savings and no tax, one is https://shop.newcastlehd.com/ and the other is https://www.surdyke.com/index.asp. I have ordered from both and am very happy with both. New Castle carries some stock but not much, Surdyke does not carry any stock and both order direct from Harley and then ships to you, so it takes a bit longer.

Thanks I actually ordered a DK Custom air cleaner from a vendor over on HDforums.com should come in a few days.
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Hey silver eagle, I have a fuel pak, and love it, I'm riding an 07 ultra and changed the headers with a full sac set up with SE touring mufflers, V&H V02 naked AC, and a V&H Fuel pac. It runs great. The fuel PAC is easy to program, with a setup you get from the company on the Internet. Takes all of 10 mins to punch in codes. A Harley repair shop here in Denver recommended the Fuel Pac, for the cost alone and if your not going to do any more upgrades to the engine. He also sells the ThunderMax. But are very pricey. 700 to 900$. Wasn't sure with all the threads written so I got the fuel pac. The repair shop owner, Thunderbird in Arvada, CO, great guy, said he is good friends with Vance of V&H and said the the Fuel PAC is a very good product for what it does. Mine has had no problems. Hope this helps.


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