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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    Kansas City

    Target Tune or Auto Tune Pro?

    I am getting close to wrapping up the build on my latest project which is a 2019 Iron 883 that I instslled a 1250 kit in. I have a PV tuner and will work with Hammer Perf. to get the base tune, but my question here is as follows: Should I purchase a Target Tune or Auto Tune Pro to get this bike properly dialed in outside of putting the bike on the dyno? What are the opinions, likes and dislikes of those using either tuner addition? Thanks

    2015 Vivid Black SGS w/107 motor: V&H Pro Pipe, Thundermax tuner, SE Ventilator Elite AC with K&N filter, Andrews 30T pulley mod, AIM variable pressure clutch, Evolution Industries billet clutch basket, Twin Power compensator eliminator sprocket, HD highway pegs, HD passenger floorboards, RB Racing modified stock swingarm (2" over adjustable), HD 7" Wind Splitter windshield, HD black windshield trim, JM Corp 250W 2 channel amp and Focal 165 KRC speakers in fairing

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    Administrator hulkss's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2013
    Harley's Smart Tune Pro has the best wideband hardware, however, the Harley Street Tuner has limited programming ability. I have heard that TTS Mastertune may be supporting the H-D Smart Tune Pro hardware in the near future. You could contact them.
    2019 FLHCS

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