azrider (posted above) and I have both done a SE II slip on muffler swap with no remap. I have nearly 7k miles on my bike with no codes or running issue. I monitored plugs and they read a normal 14 to 1 ratio light grey.Gary_L said:Will I cause any damage running the pipes now and installing the air cleaner and SERT later?
YES! you'll thank yourself later, by going with the SERT, especially if you plan on doing future mods. I just did this over the winter, new pipes, air cleaner, and SERT on my 05 FXDi. Do it all yourself, it's pretty easy. It shouldn't take you too long to get a base map uploaded and running...now tweaking the map, that's a different story. The SERT's a little intimidating at first, but there's enough information here on VTF, that you should be fine.Hayden said:My question goes along with this, I plan on doing the exhaust and installing the SE stage 1 A/C. The dealer says it will cause some serious damage driving after the install before remapping it. Is this just something they say to so I have to pay for labor. Is this something I can do if I go with the SERT and do it myself. I have the mechanical ability to do it, but not so much the computer ability for the SERT.
I have an 06 FXDL and these will be my first modifications.
I have the same setup on my Wide Glide. I hear it sounds great, but I'll give my inputs in 4 days. I should also have a video up soon after that.streetdennis said:I agree completely. I have the Python staggered on my bob, with the SE A/C and PCIII. This is about the perfect setup for these pipes. I did 85 miles today (in between snow storms) and it performs excellently with the PC map from their website. If you do the pipes, you'll definitely need the A/C and something for the EFI.