Tuning with Vic stage 3 cam kit? Hammer/Jackpot
I have the Victory stage 1 slash exhaust and program on my 2007 Jackpot. With the rainy weather we had here in MN over the last week I decided to go ahead and install my stage 3 cam kit (cams for slip-ons and Big Sucker air box) myself since I couldn't ride it I might as well work in it and I have all the tools, instructions & service book. It took me 3 evenings to get it all done which is not to bad I thought. Was it a bad choice using that cam kit over the drag pipes one especially since I got the kit NEW for $200?
ANYWAY, getting to the real meat and potatoes of my post I used the Arlen Ness Big Shot FMC but have reading that the power commander is the way to go.
SO WHAT'S THE REAL ADVANTAGE OF THE POWER COMMANDER OVER THE FMC? I seen that you can adjust the cylinders separately and have several maps to choose from, but I would still need it dynometered and finding someone may be a chore. Did I make a bad choice? If so, I am switching. I checked with the H-D dealer right by my house for the dyno and they wont touch it...BASTARDS! That is one reason I got a Vic because they find themselves to be better than EVERYONE else. Next stop was going to be the Vic dealer, BUT they dont do dynos there either and they are 25 miles away anyway!! So I am checking a mobile one now that does all makes.
So in review: Cam kit a good choice? Power commander or is Ness Big Shot ok?