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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-23-2011, 11:13 PM Thread Starter
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i bought an 07 jackpot extreme with v-92 cams, loyd's gen II
fuel controller, s&s airbox, and srvt chromed ace pipes with torque
cone baffles (this is what's on the paper of add-ons that came with
the bike) the loyd's gen II was removed, is this a good combination
for this bike.

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Ought to run like a scalded dog!!

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the loyd's gen II was removed because bike was running very rough
and I did not know how much or what way it wouid affect performance was not sure if I should replace the gen II with something else.

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The question is how does it run now?

The VFC II is adjustable...

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sometimes it runs a little ruff but when I open it up it does pretty good, would a power controler give it more horse power

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sometimes it runs a little ruff
I don't suppose you could be a little more vague?

It will make the most power when it is properly tuned. What you tune it with is up to you. Any fuel controller, Power Commander, VFC, or whatever, is only as good as the person tuning it.

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