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Has anyone used/have one.
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Is this the one you were thinking about ?

VANCE HINES FUELPAK HONDA FURY VTX1300C 2010 | eBay

I was looking at them too as I have V&H pipes fitted and thought they might be suited well for them.
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VANCE HINES FUELPAK HONDA FURY VTX1300C 2010 | eBay

I was looking at them too as I have V&H pipes fitted and thought they might be suited well for them.
The listing sounds suspect to me. The VTX1300C is not a Fury. A Fury is VT1300CX or VT1300CXA if you have an ABS model.

The only fuel pack V&H list on their site is this one 64001 - (05-08) Honda VTX 1800. Needless to say it's not for a Fury.
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The listing sounds suspect to me. The VTX1300C is not a Fury. A Fury is VT1300CX or VT1300CXA if you have an ABS model.

The only fuel pack V&H list on their site is this one 64001 - (05-08) Honda VTX 1800. Needless to say it's not for a Fury.
Just done a search for the fuel pack and come across this on the vance and hines website..

FUELPAK: Vance & Hines: Performance Exhaust Systems

I'm curious if anyone else has one of these and if there are any good?
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Yep thats the one i seen....

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I know you are saying that it's "Vance and Hines" and you have an exhaust by them, but 1. they don't have a controller for the Fury, 2. why wouldn't you buy an adjustable fuel controller like the Fi2000 ($200) or the PowerPro ($450-500), those two are tried and true controllers that many of us have, and like I stated the Fi2000 is even cheaper than what you are looking at.


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I will probably go with the cobra fi2000r as the pro is a little outside my price range...

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The Fi2000R is solid, but not as good as the power pro. I am using one right now and have it set to 2 3 4. Strangely enough it was the last pot that seemed to make the largest difference. Depending on your air cleaner 2 3 3 may also be OK. The US bikes use 1 2 2 but this does not add enough extra fuel for our O2 sensor equipped bikes.

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The Fi2000R is solid, but not as good as the power pro. I am using one right now and have it set to 2 3 4. Strangely enough it was the last pot that seemed to make the largest difference. Depending on your air cleaner 2 3 3 may also be OK. The US bikes use 1 2 2 but this does not add enough extra fuel for our O2 sensor equipped bikes.
Thanks mac.... Im probs gonna order it soon... Did you install your own?
Going to get the kuryakin velocity air stack for my intake...

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Thanks mac.... Im probs gonna order it soon... Did you install your own?
Going to get the kuryakin velocity air stack for my intake...

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Yeah, Installed my own. Took about 15 mins, it's really easy to do. The kury velocity stack has lots of nice chrome, you should be happy with it. Actually you could do the air cleaner and fuel controller in 30 to 40 mins. From memory you have to take the air cleaner off to get to the right rear head cover off so everything will be apart anyway. If you get stuck, there is plenty of experience here or shoot me a PM.
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Yeah, Installed my own. Took about 15 mins, it's really easy to do. The kury velocity stack has lots of nice chrome, you should be happy with it. Actually you could do the air cleaner and fuel controller in 30 to 40 mins. From memory you have to take the air cleaner off to get to the right rear head cover off so everything will be apart anyway. If you get stuck, there is plenty of experience here or shoot me a PM.
Awesome! Thanks again! I sent my mechanic a msg about all this and he said not to touch the cobra... I said 90% of you guys use and recomend them. He wants me to go Power Commander 5. i think the majority cant be wrong.... You lads wouldnt be using them if they were shit....

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