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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-05-2012, 12:37 AM Thread Starter
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SE Pro Super Tuner vs SE Street Performance Tuner

Can anyone offer advice as to which is the best here?? I am not going to be replacing cams or any of that stuff right now... Just new pipes, a/c, and head pipe. But would like to get the best performance that I can out of my Street Glide!!!

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-05-2012, 12:49 AM
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The Street performance tuner keeps your bike within EPA guidelines so if you're looking for true performance the Pro model and a competent dyno guy is the way to go.

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the SEPST has an auto tune feature. if you tune for the setup your going for now with the software and cabels you can go in the program and tweek settings and save them.

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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-07-2012, 08:42 PM
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Or go Dynojet power vision $500. $550 gets you it and an intake kit from Fuel moto.
If you order 09 header pipes with the 18mm bungs you can put a self adjusting kit on for $400 more and never have to dyno again.
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The best tuner is the one that your dyno operator recommends.
That is the one that he is most familiar with and will get you the best results.

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Or go Dynojet power vision $500. $550 gets you it and an intake kit from Fuel moto.
If you order 09 header pipes with the 18mm bungs you can put a self adjusting kit on for $400 more and never have to dyno again.
DynoJet Power Vision is the only way to go. You end up with a monitor that you can leave on the bike that provides WAY to much to list here.

You really need to check it out on their website (dynojetdotcom) If you ever sell your bike you can keep the tuner buy a second license for a $100. and use it on your new bike.

I bought mine from a DynoJet dealer on eBay for $350 brand new. Also, the software for autotune is now available for FREE.

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DynoJet Power Vision is the only way to go. You end up with a monitor that you can leave on the bike that provides WAY to much to list here.

You really need to check it out on their website (dynojetdotcom) If you ever sell your bike you can keep the tuner buy a second license for a $100. and use it on your new bike.

I bought mine from a DynoJet dealer on eBay for $350 brand new. Also, the software for autotune is now available for FREE.
My mistake, I paid $439.00 shipped. No dyno needed so that saved $200.

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Re: SE Pro Super Tuner vs SE Street Performance Tuner

If your serious about getting the most bang for your buck, then i would get in touch with frank over at
www.dragosbikeworks.com. He is all about the performance and knows what questions to ask, not how to sell you the most expensive thing. Most likely he will suggest a thundermax or pv for your application.

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