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Old 04-16-2017, 12:19 AM
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Sportster re-map

I've got an '07 Sportster 883 low that came with Vance and Hines slip on exhaust and a k&n air filter on it. It also has a dynojet power commander 3. The previous owner of the bike gave me a set of twisted choppers 2 into 1 exhaust pipes that he had on the bike at one time or another and a smaller round air filter. I really want to put those pipes and air filter on it but am not sure if it would need to be re-mapped or not. I called 3 different local bike shops just to get their opinions and the 1st shop said they didn't know if it would need re-mapped, the 2nd shop said it would not need re-mapped, and the 3rd shop I called said it would need to be re-mapped. I just wanted to get some opinions from people on this forum who may have some experience with this to see what you all think. Thanks
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The only way to tell is bolt them on and ride it. It will not be so far off that it will be unrideable or cause engine damage under a light cruise around to see how it's going to run. If it needs a remap all you need to do is find a similar map for a power commander and 07 883 and upload it and do the same easy ride to see if it acts better. Will it run better with a dyno run and a custom map? Of course but you should be able to get it close with a similar setups map.
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Ok thank you! I appreciate the feedback very much.
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