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I have a 2012 1199s w/ full vandemon exhaust and a rexxer flash. (I have not liked the rexxer flash since it was done. Bike cuts in and out when getting on the throttle) I want to put the tuneboy kit on my bike and have it dyno tuned. What exactly do I need to do to accomplish this? There is little support where I live for tuning and the closest guy wants me to put a PC-V on the bike. I dont want the pc-v. I want the tuneboy to have cruise and auto blip.

Some people have said I need to remove the flash before doing the tuneboy, others have said there is no need to. I am so confused. Doesnt help that I am not a tech savvy person.

Appreciate any help.

Brandon
 

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I know what you want but it sounds like beggars can’t be choosers in your case. Want and need are two different things. Opinion only. I’d settle for a good tune with the Powercommander. If I were in your circumstances. The biggest priority is to get it running properly first. As I said, opinion only and we all know about options 😁
 

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I know what you want but it sounds like beggars can’t be choosers in your case. Want and need are two different things. Opinion only. I’d settle for a good tune with the Powercommander. If I were in your circumstances. The biggest priority is to get it running properly first. As I said, opinion only and we all know about options 😁

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I have decided to start with the PCV and get it dyno tuned. According to the mechanic, the rexxer flash will not interfere.
 

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If you buy(or already have) Tuneboy, the first thing you do after you get through the setup of the system is flash your ECU to wipe out the current files in it. Then you load one of the preset tunes for your bike. If you go on the Tuneboy site, there is a downloads area where you can see all the available tunes for your bike. There are also trim files for certain exhausts/configurations. I didn't see your exhaust on there, so that part may need to be tweaked off of an existing trim file. There are videos on the Tuneboy site and a ton of videos on his youtube page "Tuneboyturbo". He is also on Facebook, but was hospitalized from a crash back in January IIRC, so there may not be much support(there never was anyways). Any Dyno tuner should be able to work with the software just fine if they aren't a total knob.
 

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If you buy(or already have) Tuneboy, the first thing you do after you get through the setup of the system is flash your ECU to wipe out the current files in it. Then you load one of the preset tunes for your bike. If you go on the Tuneboy site, there is a downloads area where you can see all the available tunes for your bike. There are also trim files for certain exhausts/configurations. I didn't see your exhaust on there, so that part may need to be tweaked off of an existing trim file. There are videos on the Tuneboy site and a ton of videos on his youtube page "Tuneboyturbo". He is also on Facebook, but was hospitalized from a crash back in January IIRC, so there may not be much support(there never was anyways). Any Dyno tuner should be able to work with the software just fine if they aren't a total knob.

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The guy who is going to do it said he can do tuneboy stuff but hes not as familiar with it as the PCv. So, I opted to go with the pcv.
 
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