SE ST or SE PT - I'm confused

Discussion in 'Engine, Fuel and Exhaust' started by jafhdo, Sep 29, 2010.

  1. jafhdo

    jafhdo Member

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    My ride is a 2010 SG. My local dealer says I need to add the SEST #32109-08B (quotes $459.95) to add A/C. HD accessories doesn't show it but shows a SE Street Performance Tuner Kit #41000008 $329.95.

    When I D/L the SE .pdf file from HD it shows a SE Pro ST #32109-08A with no MSRP.

    Anyone familar the SE parts and knows the differences?

    TIA
     
  2. Hoople

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    $459.95 is the correct MSRP for the SEST. That unit allows the end user to do whatever he wants to the maps. Comes with software to enable commo w/ laptop.

    The #41000008 is a Dongle only to be used by the dealership to install EPA approved maps.

    Either will do the job. Each does marry to your ECM only.
     
  3. jafhdo

    jafhdo Member

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    Thanks for the quick response Hoop. I was beginning to think I was going crazy from IIO (internet information overload)
     
  4. Hoople

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    Plus you have other Great options like a TFI. That is a Great alternative to the Big$$ kits.
     
  5. jafhdo

    jafhdo Member

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    I've gotten that from the self-help area. I've asked two of the local HD dealers and neither of them are familar with (or willing to admit it) the dobec TFI.
     
  6. BUBBIE

    BUBBIE Well-Known Member

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    MY opinion is they would Rather SELL you their product EVEN if the TFI works Better IMO.... I like the TFI on my 09FLHR and IT does the Job RIGHT...

    I also like the tuning possibilities that are Made Easy with a small screwdriver..... TFI installed on the bike, Right off the show room floor (stock) then later tune to the stage one OR future mods without a computer or hard to figure Maps...

    signed....BUBBIE
     
  7. dbmg

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    This is how Harley is able to sell a fueler and stay within the guidelines of EPA. This is to reduce the owners tinkering with emissions. So I would think with all the R&D needed to meet criteria of EPA that is why the Harley price is so much more than other fuelers.