Did mine years ago and this was my mods and dyno tune . Ivan did the reflash and also the PCV .. No Regerts
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When did you get your flash done? The newer flashes are supposed to have the fuel mapping in the ECU Program where I know the older ones did not. I ask this because I originally had the Powerpro Closed Loop (O2 sensor hookup) and it just didn't run right. I did the Ivan's flash recently on my Raider and removed the PowerPro before riding it per Ivan's recommendation and it rides great, extremely improved performance, but I get very subtle decel pops as if it is running lean and not getting great mileage. I also have the K&N mod and cobra swept exhaust and the flash, different bikes but similar enough setup. I am considering putting the Powerpro back on. When you put the Powerpro on did you hook the Powerpro in the O2 sensor since it is part of Ivans procedure to leave it unplugged? Also what made you want to add it? Thanks and sorry for all the questions, but I'm searching for answers!!7/30/2020 7:45 am PT (USA)
Adding Information from Ivan:
I spoke with Ivan ~7am PT (USA) this morning asking him about the current thinking with respect to the need for fuel managers on Warriors.
He said on stock bikes and bikes with intake mods and mid-length or longer exhausts, when installing Ivan's Warrior ECU Parameters Flash, a fuel manager does not appear to him to be needed based on his experiences.
He said his Warrior flash is the same as when it was developed. He also said that over time he has found that the Warrior can run fine with the flash and without a fuel manager unless you have a short (dump) exhaust or internal motor mods or turbocharger or supercharger.
He said if you want to dial-in your tune for peak performance then use a fuel manager. Or if your bike simply does not run right.
I promised Ivan I would post here so he could refer callers to this if helpful to him. Plus he might have more to add or clarify in his own words.
Hope this helps. I will add it into the companion thread for the Group Buy.