Tuning devices that directly change the ECU, such as the Maximus, are relatively new for the Victory bikes. Prior to the ECU type, the most popular tuning device was the Power Commander, with the most recent version being the "V" or 5 (PC-V.)
There is a limitation on the PC-V - it is not capable of making changes below a certain RPM (I think 2500.) The solution to the problem was to make an adjustable timing wheel that would allow timing to be manually changed. Note that the adjustable timing wheel can only change timing (and by a fixed amount), not air/fuel ratios - but it was better than nothing for the 0-2500 RPM range (the PC-V would be programmed to make all other changes above 2500 RPM.)
All of that being said, you don't just get a Maximus or PC-V and timing wheel. Those are tools that allow a dyno tuner make changes to your air/fuel mixture and timing all thought the RPM range.
You've changed the bike to add more air into the engine. But the ECU is programmed to only allow so much fuel. So right now your bike is running very lean, which is not good. You really need to get the bike professionally tuned - work with the tuner to determine if you go the Maximus or PC-V/timing wheel route.
2013 XC Suede Nuclear Sunset
21" Conversion incl. ABS Module, Rear Shock and Forks
Lloydz HPT Cams
Lloydz Air Filter
Lloydz Timing Gear +4
31 Tooth Drive Pulley
Southern Motorworx Tune: 118.08 HP - 114.97 Torque (before 31 tooth drive pulley)