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Hello,
New to forum and looking for some advice. I have a 2005 Harley Davidson Fat Boy that I purchased/stole from my uncle 3 years ago (pictures to come soon) with only about 7,500 miles on it. When I bought it he already purchased and installed 2-into-1 thunder headers on it. I've never noticed any "popping sounds" and didn't know that he hadn't mapped it. When I took it to my mechanic he said the spark plugs where white and indicating that it was running lean; he obviously recommended that I have it mapped.

My question is, what would be the best fuelpak for my bike and won't completely break the bank. Also, I'm looking for something that I can readjust as I continue to add performance parts on my bike down the line (still riding with stock air filter).
 

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Hello,
New to forum and looking for some advice. I have a 2005 Harley Davidson Fat Boy that I purchased/stole from my uncle 3 years ago (pictures to come soon) with only about 7,500 miles on it. When I bought it he already purchased and installed 2-into-1 thunder headers on it. I've never noticed any "popping sounds" and didn't know that he hadn't mapped it. When I took it to my mechanic he said the spark plugs where white and indicating that it was running lean; he obviously recommended that I have it mapped.

My question is, what would be the best fuelpak for my bike and won't completely break the bank. Also, I'm looking for something that I can readjust as I continue to add performance parts on my bike down the line (still riding with stock air filter).
I recommend this one:

Fuel MotoFuel Moto EFI Tuner

I used it on my 2004 Heritage, and it worked flawlessly.
 

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Fp3 only a works with the newest bikes. Last few years.
 

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The FP3 looks really nice, wish they made if for my bike. I went ahead and ordered the Fuel Moto. I also went ahead and ordered a big sucker stage 1 air filter. I should get them in this week and I'm looking forward to installing them. Thanks for the recommendations.
 

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Thanks again for the advice. I installed the Fuel Moto EFI Tuner and big sucker on Saturday. All I can say is WOW! had no idea it would make that big of a performance difference. Literally felt like I took the training wheels off. Money well spent, thanks again for the advice.
 
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