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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 12-29-2012, 01:34 AM Thread Starter
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Vance and hines fuel pack...

Has anyone used/have one.
Starting my plan for mods..
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post #2 of 39 (permalink) Old 12-29-2012, 03:00 AM
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I don't think V&H make a fuel controller for the Fury. Most of us in Oz use the Cobra controllers.
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Heya Mac, how are you doing tonight?


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Good to see you on the forum again James. How are the Mrs and baby....guess the "baby" is about 12 months old by now.

Been sorting out all my chrome parts that got back from CA on Christmas Eve and putting them on. I should be able to match Tony and Jim chrome for chrome now.....LOL
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Lol, yea.. those guys and their chrome... ! Anyways, she is 1 year old today, we are throwing her birthday party today and hopefully, it doesn't rain, but whatever is to be is to be... Glad to see you are doing okay though, don't let the sun hit the bike while it is too close to you though, might catch you on fire with all of that chrome on there..


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Cool, are you using the Fi2000R? Howbdo you find it?

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Cool, are you using the Fi2000R? Howbdo you find it?

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Yeah that's what I have for now. It has three pots to adjust. Best setting for AU bikes is 2 3 3 or 2 3 4 (the US bikes are a bit different and use 1 2 2). The better controller is the Cobra Fi2000 Power Pro as it automatically tunes as you ride. I will be changing over to this sometime this year.

I have found Cruiser Customizing a good and reliable business to get parts from. They also run their own shipping insurance, for a extra $2 if your bits don't turn up they will ship another at no charge to you. I have never had anything not arrive from them but one of the other Aussies did have his Cobra controller go missing. He called them and they sent another one straight out with no drama. The other good thing about Cruiser Customizing is that they have no problem shipping to Oz, they even have a local phone number to call. They sell at a discount off the US retail prices but they are not always the cheapest in the US, I think the hassle free and reliable service is worth a few extra bucks and anyway by the time you get the parts here in Oz you have saved so much, it's just not worth worrying about a few dollars.
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Thanks!!
Ive used cruiser customizing heaps in the past with my old bike. There are super awesome!! Thats actually where i spotted the v/h tuner...
Will have to save my dollars....


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Thanks!!
Ive used cruiser customizing heaps in the past with my old bike. There are super awesome!! Thats actually where i spotted the v/h tuner...
Will have to save my dollars....


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Cool you're all set. Get the Power Pro from Cruiser customizing when you're ready.

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Thunder MFG air cleaner adapter
Supreme Legends Forwards (Send me a PM for details to get a special discount)
Cannela Risers
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Cool you're all set. Get the Power Pro from Cruiser customizing when you're ready.

Other "must haves"
Thunder MFG air cleaner adapter
Supreme Legends Forwards (Send me a PM for details to get a special discount)
Cannela Risers
C&C seat
Cheers.....
I was thinking Kuryakin Velocity intake,
Scootworks? Risers cause there matte black
And getting custom King and Queen seat made kinda like the Corbin seat.
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