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All these Parts came off a 2006 Night Rod.

DynoJet Power Vision Tuner over $400 new asking $160.00

Complete stock exhaust less header heat shields $100

Stock air filter , 4 turn signal lenses w/ bulbs , stock tail light , Oil Filter , LH grip , stock throttle cables , stock clutch hose , misc hardware $50.00

Chubbies Wild 1 Handle bars 12" apes new $300.00 asking $80.00

All prices are Best Offer .......Better Deal if you Buy ALL !

Actual shipping charges via UPS ground apply.

if you buy the entire lot free freight in lower 48.
 

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I rode approx 10 miles home with the bars , I am not a fan , however that said they were certainly not uncomfortable. Just not my cup of tea. I quickly changed back to stock bars. Not sure of added length needed for cables hoses.Sorry.
 

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Sorry, I cant PM yet due to post count. Im a regular on Road Glide and V Twin, but just added a 13 Muscle to my collection. Is it married to your old bike and does it have the pro auto tune or basic.
 

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If it was on the bike then it is married to that ecm. Have to buy a $200 license to add another ecm to it.
 

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Here is the Email I got back from Dynojet. Even at $160 plus $200 for a reset for a new bike its still a lot cheaper to buy mine than a new one from Dynojet!

Hello Gr8lite*,

Thank you for your inquiry. We appreciate your interest and support of our products.

If you have a Power Vision that has been “married” to one Harley-Davidson motorcycle, and would like to tune an additional bike(s), you would generally want to purchase and apply a PV Tune License. A tune license will allow the PV to retain the ability to tune the original bike that the unit is married to, and will also allow you to tune an additional bike. You can add as many tune licenses to a PV, to tune as many additional motorcycles, as desired, as long as you purchase and apply a license for each additional bike. A PV will “remember” those bikes as well. So, if a licensed bike needs another adjustment, the license does NOT have to be reapplied to that PV.

The process for getting tune licenses is fairly simple, and can be done by the end user 24/7. The licenses cost $199 USD each.

To get started, you will want to create an account in our system. It is with this account that you would purchase tune license “credits”. The following link will take you to the web page where you will create your account: http://aspdotnetstorefront.dynojet.com/createaccount.aspx

Once you have your account created, purchasing the tune license credit is as easy as any other online purchase. Once you have purchased a tune license credit(s), you are ready to generate your license. Attached to this email is a document that will walk you thru the process of getting the necessary information from the bike to be tuned, how to turn that credit into an actual license, and how to apply that license to the PV. Once applied to the PV, you can tune that bike AND the bike the PV was originally married to, as often as needed.

There is an additional option for tuning a bike with a previously married PV. If you need the ability to tune a bike, and do NOT need to retain the ability to retune any previously tuned motorcycle(s), you can get an Unlock license. An unlock license is also $199. This type of license would wipe the PV completely clear of all previously tuned motorcycles and allow it to be married, like new, to another bike. We generate the unlock licenses here, in-house. If you think that this would be the way to go, in order to generate that license, we will need the FULL 16-character serial number from the PV itself.

Tune licenses vs Unlock licenses:
An unlock license will wipe out all previous licenses and allow the PV to be married to a bike again, as if it were new and being married for the first time. When a PV is married to a bike, it automatically saves a copy of whatever tune is in the ECM at that time. This is what we refer to as "built in tuning ability". If, by chance, anything ever happens to the PV itself, it is lost, broken or stolen, the ability to tune that bike is lost.

A tune license allows you to do ALL of the same tuning functions as if the PV was married to that bike, except it does NOT automatically save the original tune. If desired, this tune can be read and saved to the device, manually, before flashing a tune to the ECM. One of the benefits of using a tune license is that you get an actual license file. It is a very small text file. That license can be applied to any PV on the planet, and once applied, that PV would have the ability to tune the bike. If the PV is lost, broken or stolen, even if you obtained another used PV, the license could be applied and you have NOT completely lost the tuning ability.
 
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