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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-19-2017, 09:58 AM Thread Starter
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2002 Road King Classic V&H Fuelpak settings

Hello,

Just bought my first bike in 30 years. 2002 Road King CLassic, 10k. Beauty.
Had the stock pipes, didn't want to pay Harley $1000 to put new pipes on, so after a bit of research I bough the Jones Full Boar 3 1/2" pipes w/ 2 1/2" baffles. LOVE THEM.
So, now I want to put in a K&N Air Filter (just the filter in the stock Air Intake housing), and I'm wondering if I need to remap.
If I do, I looking using the Vance & Hines (part #61003A) to tune it.

Does anyone know what settings to use? V&N search function does not include Jones as one of the manufacturers.
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Does the bike have EFI or a carb?
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Just ask V&H with your configuration and they'll suggest you the best map to use.
Maybe you'll have to run autotune sessions.
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If it's the V&H FP3, it give you a choice for generic pipes...
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If it's the V&H FP3, it give you a choice for generic pipes...
Doc, the specs I see show this bike with a carb. Wouldn't that need to be re jetted vs tuner?
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If it's the V&H FP3, it give you a choice for generic pipes...
Doc, the specs I see show this bike with a carb. Wouldn't that need to be re jetted vs tuner?
Yes, if he has a carbed bike, he will need to rejet. Good catch Olaf.
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Its EFI guys.
My main question is if I'm just changing the pipes and the air cleaner element only (upgrade to K&N) does the bike need to be remapped?
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Not sure but I would
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Its EFI guys.
My main question is if I'm just changing the pipes and the air cleaner element only (upgrade to K&N) does the bike need to be remapped?
Since you are replacing the stock pipes, I would spend another $150 and get a high flow air cleaner, and do a new tuner. A high flow air cleaner is one of the least expensive upgrades you can do. Then you would have "stage one".
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