Will be returning from my deployment in about a month and as long as there's no snow or ice in NC I hope to ride at least a little bit. I've got a '14 SGS stage 1 done with V&H Big Radius, PC V, and Arlen Ness Beveled Inverted A/C. I had all of the stage 1 mods done by the dealership before I took delivery. After a couple hundred miles I noticed a "miss" especially for the first few miles after starting, didn't matter if it was a cold start or a warm start. At that point wasn't terrible but noticeable. At first service told the dealership about it, they re-mapped the PC. Seemed to be better for a bit but then came back. Dealership has a fair amount of negative reviews and no Dyno. I decided maybe a Dyno would help so I rode it to the closest dealership with Dyno, wasn't sure I was going to make it missing and back firing had got so bad at that point and was happening all of the time. After Dyno was significantly better and had that been the first time riding it I may not have even been able to tell that it was still happening. I then took it on a 10 day trip before parking it for this deployment. Miss didn't seem to get worse during trip but still there. It's time for its next service when I get back and I'd really like to get that miss taken care of. In looking at the Arlen Ness website I noticed that the A/C that I have says in fine print not for fly-by-wire bikes (this wasn't noted on the website that I bought it from I don't believe). I'm still new to the Harley world do I have a fly-by-wire bike and could this A/C be the problem?