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Old 09-17-2019, 11:57 AM   #1
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2009 VRSCF V&H 2into1 comp exhaust map needed

All,

I've spent the last few days searching through these forums for the appropriate map for my 2009 Muscle.

I'm swapping out my stock header with Tab slip ons for the V&H 2into1 comp header/exhaust. Currently, there is a PCV installed.

Everyone points to Phoenix 2012.pvm

Is this still the recommendation?

I also noticed that the previous owner unplugged the 02 sensors. I assume that the PCV requires that. I've ordered 12mm bung plugs for the v&h headers.

Is there anything else I should be aware of?

Assuming all goes well, I'll have a set of Tabs available.

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Everyone points to Phoenix 2012.pvm

Is this still the recommendation?

I would load the one builtin, which is also on their website for the 2008 family (non-muscle)... see how it runs... then use the autotune.

Their support will also sit on the phone with you, help select a tune, and stay on the line until it loads.
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thanks for the recommendation

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I would load the one builtin, which is also on their website for the 2008 family (non-muscle)... see how it runs... then use the autotune.

Their support will also sit on the phone with you, help select a tune, and stay on the line until it loads.
Santego - I've come across several of these forums that say the M15-006-005 runs terrible.

As I mentioned, I only have the PCV with no o2 sensors. Therefore, I can only assume an autotune option is out of the question.

Great idea to look outside the muscle for maps though. I hadn't thought of that.
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Santego - I've come across several of these forums that say the M15-006-005 runs terrible.

As I mentioned, I only have the PCV with no o2 sensors. Therefore, I can only assume an autotune option is out of the question.

Great idea to look outside the muscle for maps though. I hadn't thought of that.
I have a 2015 with a K&N filter and full Akropovic exhaust. I used the closest tune they had, then ran Autotune twice with stock sensors. Bike runs amazing... and my friend has the same bike with slip-ons that i can swap to compare.

Before the full pipe and tune you couldn't tell whose bike you were on... afterwards... huge difference. so I have been happy.
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