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Your fuel injected bike is equipped with an ECU (electronic control unit) that's programmed to deliver fuel to the motor based on an air/fuel ratio for a stock air filter and stock exhaust system. While the ECU can self-adjust for environmental factors such as temperature and altitude, it can't adjust for mechanical changes like adding performance parts. When you install a performance exhaust system, your airflow changes, so you need a fuel management system that adjusts your air/fuel ratio to match the changes. That fuel management system is Fuelpak.
The fuelpack plugs directly into the factory wiring harness and ECU using a t-tap and OEM style connectors to stay fastened securely to your bike. The Vance and Hines Fuelpak is easy to install and simple to use.
Throttle position sensor-based system simplifies the process of tuning
Fine tune the fuel mixture through the entire RPM range with the touch of a button
Increases power and improves throttle response
Plugs into the existing harness on the bike
No computer or software is required
Simply punch in the values supplied with the Fuelpak for use with Vance & Hines exhaust systems
Fuel Pak will also work with other exhaust systems (contact V&H tech support for tuning information)
easy to install & program
Unit is really easy to. Install & program to get the setup parameters you need for you bike all you do is call v&h support they ask everything you have done to your bike & they give you the numbers to go with your settings all together it takes about 30 minutes to have your bike up & running
October 13, 2014
This was a first for me and this product made it simple, Easy to install and enter codes. Have been out on several rides and seems to be doing just what I needed. So far so good. Thanks Kim
September 26, 2014
2013 Road Glide
Extremely easy to install and set the values for the V&H exhaust I put on. I did have to call customer service to modify my order (my error) and they were so easy to work with and very helpful!
August 12, 2014
Easy to use
V&H was quick with a new program, quick and easy to install. Great product.
July 28, 2014
Easy to install, started my bike after adding the new exhaust and it ran poorly. Completed the Fuelpak install and it purred like a kitten.
April 7, 2014
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Robby W: It seems to be a good product and easy to installFeb 10, 2015
Allan F: All the information you provided on your site made the choice very simple. Just adding a Vance & Hines exhaust system along with a stage 1 intake. Appears to be exactly what I needed.Jan 29, 2015
Kim H: Had done a lot of research on this product and this was the best for my application, Wanted to purchase from RevZilla because of reputation. ThanksSep 3, 2014
D Thomas B: o To go with the rest of the V&H power adders on my 2012 Street Glide !Apr 17, 2014
A shopper asked:Does fuelpak need both high performance exhaust and breather or just exhaust? I have V&H exhaust. Just wondering which to get next.Sep 8, 2013
Folkert C:From my research it seems that you don't need the fuelpak if you've only changed either the exhaust or the intake, However you do need the fuelpak (or another EFI controller) if you've changed both or have other mods like a different cam. In your case I wouldn't spend money on the fuelpak until I was ready to buy the intake. I put a V&H exhaust on my bike along with a Roland Sands intake so I went ahead and bought a fuelpak also. I've been really satisfied overall. My bike runs cooler, I'm getting more power and my mpg is better by a 1 or 2 mpgSep 25, 2013
Robert P:I have the fuel pack and did not purchase stage 1 breather yet and so far no issues with the bike. This doesn't mean you shouldn't get one first but I suggest you don't wait to long. I did this cause I believe the fuel pack makes bike richer which is better then lean but I feel once I get the stage 1 breather it'll run even better!! Hope that helped.Sep 25, 2013
Trevor M:I have both. I have a V&H exhaust as well as a BigSucker air cleaner. It makes a big difference. Make sure to download the correct mapping to program your FP with. It requires special numbers to map air/fuel with the exhaust and air cleaner.Sep 25, 2013
Patrick RStaff:You can run the fuel pack with just the exhaust or just the heavy breather or both of them. But what you will have to do it to get it retuned again once you make any other changes. And any time that you only use two out of the three of any of these parts you are not getting as much performance out of the equipment as they were intended and designed for. I hope this has helped.Sep 25, 2013
A S asked:I'm going to purchase the fuel pack for my 2011 Electra classic. I have purchased the high Flow air cleaner, V&H power duals headers, and V&H Slip on's. I was told with the Fuel Pak I don't need to hook up the 02 sensors Is that true?Apr 8, 2015
Loren S:I purchased the Fuel Pack when I put Duel Dresser Headers and a Screaming Eagle Air Intake on my 2013 Street Glide. The headers had ports for the 02 sensors and the Fuel Pack changed all factory settings in order to met the new demands of intake/exhaust.Apr 9, 2015
A shopper asked:2013 Road Glide Ultra. Screamin' Eagle carb upgrade with K&N. Got factory software upload when adding V&H 4" slip-ons. Now installing Freedom Sharp Curve Radius (keeping the baffles in). Time for an efi controller? Is this V&H the one? Thanks, guys!Jun 29, 2014