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Re:Dyna 3000 1 Month, 2 Weeks ago  
BikerRon wrote:
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Hell, I don’t think I’ve hit my limiter yet on the ‘09 fuelie and they’re set back down @ the 4,250 level.

Pulls hard enough when short shifting for me.

I don’t think I’m missing too much.


You're not having any fun especially at 4250


Been driving big diesels for 45 years, so I live in the 1,500 rpm range.

Down low is where I belong.



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Re:Dyna 3000 1 Month, 2 Weeks ago  
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Can’t use the Dyna 3000 on a fuelie can you?

I'm not sure what is available for a FI bike or if a Dyna 3000 would work. I haven't ever had the opportunity to work on one. I wonder if Deerkiller knows? He had a 2012

Edit: I just googled Dyna 3000 and if you look under fitment it list for fitting up to 09 Roadstar. so I guess you would be good to go with it.

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No, as we have discussed here many times, the carbonated ones won’t work with a fuelie. The Cobra 2000FI or something like that is made for the fuelies, but few riders have been able to make them work and usually take them off and just run the stock ECU which works fine with modified intake and exhaust.


I'm only going on the fitment chart in the link and other links that I checked. The fuel controller only controls fuel and as far as I know has nothing to do with the ignition module. But again I have never worked on a FI bike so I could be wrong and the fitment charts wrong also.
 
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Re:Dyna 3000 1 Month, 2 Weeks ago  
On ‘08, and up, the ECU controls everything. Spark, fuel.... the whole caboodle.

The only fuel control modifications I know if are put in series with the factory ECU.

They probably can add a little more power when dialed in, but all they really did for me was kick my fuel mileage to the curb.

This guy, http://ivansperformanceproducts.com/ says he can remap a Road Star ECU, but just needs a donor. To date, he hasn’t done it that I know of.
 
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