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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-29-2015, 02:20 PM Thread Starter
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Default Hard start after Modifications; torque tubes, hacker rippers, loydz ats, IAC, PCV

Hey guys i have a 09 hammer s.

just added a bunch of parts.
-torque tubes w/ loydz IAC
-Hacker Rippers
-Adjustable timing gear set to +4
-power commander 5 setup by fuel moto for all my mods

now after i added all the parts i pushed it out of my garage and the bike started right up no problem. took it for a ride to a friends and around town started right up fine everywhere when hot. got home let the bike sit cooled down, went to go move it later on and it was turning over fine and firing but wouldn't stay running. sounded like it had started so i would take my hand of the starter and it would just die. will start fine if i give it a little throttle and hold it for a minute or too but i dont think this should be necessary.


could any one help? do you think it could be the tune? unsure if there is a warm up map or something on these bikes. i tried fiddling with the IAC, maybe i have to play with that a little more?
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-29-2015, 03:24 PM
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Turn the IAV out a good bit more

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yeah...then once you get it running again turn the IAV screw in in 1/4 turns each time you ride....till it gets to the point where when you start it cold it wont idle, ..then back it out 1/4 turn.
Its a fine line between not idling properly and Snap Crackle Pop but its worth getting right.

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dual pipes with a crossover perform better, the connector equalizes + quiets the sound a bit
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thanks for the tips guys ill start fine tuning it

rod hotter not really what i was looking for but thanks
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Also, try opening the throttle slightly when firing the motor up cold. Go to the Lloydz site and he has a startup procedure in a video for you.

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