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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-04-2013, 07:32 AM Thread Starter
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Sorry if this is a repeat thread but I can't find anything similar. Anyone using the vfc with straight pipes? If so what are your setting? Mine is running really rich.

I have a 2009 Vegas Low with a k&n filter.


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Email Lloyd...might take a day or two to respond but he will usually email you back with some suggested settings...
The settings included with the VFC are a good starting point for your set up

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Give me a sec I can give you my settings. I'm stage 1 k&n with stage 1 flash. I got them from the vic shop. Almost 0 popping.

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Ok these are my settings given by The Vic shop from a phone call with that dude, forget his name.
G 1.5
Y 1
R 0
G/B 0
Y/B 7
R/B 7

His explanation for these settings being. Having the stage 1 flash along with K&N filter with Stage 1 pipes. The VFC shouldn't really be needed so he went with suggesting a slightly idle circuit. Of course he said to play with the G if needed

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Here's what I had for basic starting point setting for different setups from Lloyd:

Stage 1 Exhaust No Download K&N Air Filter
G--- Y --- R----G/B --- Y -- R/B
3 - 3.5 -- 3.5 -- 0 --- 3.5 -- 1

Stage 1 Exhaust Stock Air Box
G---- Y -- R---G/B --- Y -- R/B
3.5 - 4 -- 2 -- 0 --- 3.5 -- 0

Stage 1 Exhaust with open air box
G---- Y -- R---G/B --- Y -- R/B
3.5 - 4 -- 2 -- 0 --- 3.5 -- 2

Stage 1 open air box & Cams
G---- Y -- R---G/B --- Y -- R/B
3 --- 3 --- 6 -- 0 --- 6.5 -- 3

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Aren't those values for ya rb kinda low except for the 6.the lower the number the sensitive, meaning more fuel seems excessive to me.


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I was just going off the guide I had-your right and there's some typos in the document that slipped by.
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I see. The day contacted the vic shop Lloyds got back to me too. His settings were more extreme in comparison and basically what I was running before. Too much popping and frequent backfires. So, i went these. I haven't tweaked them yet, but i think it's a better foundation for s1 flash, exhaust and k&n

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Thanks. Ill start with those. A lot of the popping has gone away. Still lags a little bit so I gotta fine tune it.


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I installed the LLoydz IAV and it elinitated a lot if not most of the popping and backfiring. I still need to fine tune it but sounds/runs a lot better. Pretty sweet product and crazy easy to install.

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