Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: Simcoe Ontario Canada
Stock pipes, hypercharger and the power pro, the install was simple and for a nudnik like my self, i was impressed and the ease of the intall. The bike runs smoother than stock, pulls harder, has no popping or backfiring issues. While the cost of the power pro is a little more expensive, buying a simular unit and then having to have the bike on a dyno ( around $200 for 3 runs) puts the unit back in the price range that is acceptable.
The cheapest price that i could get at the time of purchase was $519.00, Amazon was over $600 and cruisercustomising.com was around $595.
I was always a power commander guy and throw it on the dyno for a custom map, but i am happy with what i have got with the results that have been achieved. As many have posted on here, there is a certain amount of frustration with having to piss around with different settings to try and achieve a smooth well running, no popping result.
Knowing what i do, should i ever change the air / pipes om my classic, i would go the same power pro set up as my custom.
As i flipped into 5th, i couldnt remember a damn thing she said
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