TFI, PCV or HD SE Tuner

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by Mongo1958, Apr 22, 2014.

  1. Mongo1958

    Mongo1958 Junior Member

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    Im leaning towards the TFI for the new cam install. No PC needed.
    I had a PCV on my Kaw Voyager 1700nand was not really impressed.

    Your opinions are valuable so lets hear them.
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  2. sgt_1230

    sgt_1230 Active Member

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    I installed a micro tuner from Fuel Moto. Dyno Jet actually makes the unit for Fuel Moto. The unit has 3 different downloads from Fuel Moto and it also has the adjustable pots like the TFI. $199 and they have great tech support. I had a PC V on my 2010 Ultra Limited and also on my 2012 trike. This new unit is a 1/4 the size and is very easy to hook up. So far it works great and they double the warranty so you get a 2 yr warranty on it. It's worth taking a look at as I had also decided I wasn't going to spend another $375 on a PC V. Good luck with whatever you get.
     
  3. Jack Klarich

    Jack Klarich Expert Member

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  4. Breeze3at

    Breeze3at Well-Known Member

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    I've had a TFI on my '07 Electra Glide for 6 years. It was easy to install and adjust. I recently installed cams, and got it adjusted to them in one ride. My friend with an identical bike has a newer version, and has also had good results.
    For some reason I keep researching the high dollar, thousand adjustments, dyno required tuners. I haven't been convinced into buying yet. My recent 2,000 mile mountain trip averaged 43 mpg.
     
  5. STEVE07

    STEVE07 Well-Known Member Staff Member Super Moderators

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    I know there have been problems with the introduction of the Gen 4 from Dobeck but consider that unit as well. It is nice to be able to read your AFR values and adjust on the fly.
     
  6. MTLHD

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    I had Dobeck TFI on a Kawi a few years back, would not hesitate to put one on my UC. Simple to install, simple to adjust.
     
  7. glazier

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    Dobeck EJK Gen 3 or 3.5
    I recently installed a Gen 3
    Very happy with it. I don't think they even have the TFI anymore.
     
  8. Mongo1958

    Mongo1958 Junior Member

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    Thanks for the input ya'll
     
  9. hillbilly81

    hillbilly81 Active Member

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    A screaming eagle tuner with a dyno setting is the best set up I have ever run...and I have used dyno jet and Vance and Hines before and they do not compare
     
  10. wfmacii

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    I started burning eproms in the 1990's and like the flexibility of adjusting as many data points as possible. This is why I am purchasing a SERT. If you shop around they can be purchased for around $400. As I continue to make upgrades I have the flexibility of customizing the ECM to maximize efficiency. The software updates are downloadable to registered owners. From my research I can also load the software up onto my tablet, a big plus. This can be useful when running into a problem on the road not only can I remap the ECM but it also reads the diagnostic codes.

    Sorry for the belated thoughts.