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Old 04-30-2015, 01:43 PM   #1
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V&H Fuelpak FP3

Yesterday I helped a buddy install pipes, intake and the V&H Fuelpak FP# on his softtail. I was REALLY impressed with it, super easy install and setup. Apparently the mapping is also very good (it helps he bought pipes from them too and a k&m filter).

Its been a few years since i have looked at this stuff. THe Fp3 plugs into the bike harness and flashes the ecu with the new map apparently. Are there any products comparable to this for sportbikes? I liked this setup much more than the Power Commander I used to have...
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