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Vance & Hines Fuelpak Fuel Management System For Yamaha Bolt 2014
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 perfect combination with your performance exhaust system.
Fuelpak plugs directly into the factory wiring harness and ECU using a t-tap and OEM-style connectors to stay fastened securely to your bike. Vance and Hines' focus was on making installation and use as simple as possible.
Vance & Hines Fuel Pak Features:
Throttle position sensor-based system simplifies the process of fuel injection tuning
Enables you to fine tune the fuel mixture throughout 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
Values supplied are for use with Vance & Hines exhaust systems
Fuelpack will also work with other exhaust systems (contact V&H tech support for tuning information)
Vance Hines Fuelpak Fuel Management System For Yamaha Bolt 2014
Good Product, V&H Instructions and service lacking
Have been running the fuelpak, alongside the V&H Twin Slash pipes for a few weeks on Yamaha Bolt-R (2014). Ran pipes only before installing the Fuelpak and noticed a great improvement in low down fueling and greater pull throughout the rev range after adding the pak. Still a LOT of popping on decel, so may have to play with fueling modes further. V&H have a lack of interest when I consulted them about further options about future map additions. Instructions are not Bike specific for the bolt, So I highly recommend downloading the PC-V Bolt install instructions as this will provide greater detail on how and where things will need to be connected.
February 16, 2015
Easy to install, easy to use
Bought the full package from V&H, Air filter, slip-on and the Fuelpak for my Yamaha Bolt. Sounds super, easy to install, made it all by my selfe in a afternoon. Love it.
September 8, 2014
Great product with great customer service and shipping from RevZilla!
June 30, 2014
required for twin slash exhaust
If you're like me you bought the Vance & Hines twin slash exhaust then found out apon receiving the pipes you need the tuner.
I road the bike for a couple days without the tune. Bike ran a little hot and lean at the bottom end. The tune adds a bunch of fuel down low keeping a fairly decent fuel trim all the way to redline.
The bike now runs cooler with the tune. I average around 50mpg. As far as more power, this bike is gutless anyway so I couldn't comment on that part. The bolt is the daily computer and the fz8 is for being a fool.
May 19, 2014
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John M: I read the customer reviews which were very positive.Apr 3, 2014
roman r: to go with V&H Air Intake and muffler, good price tooMar 15, 2014
A S asked:Is the Fuelpak only needed if you purchase the Twin Slash and the VO2 intake? Or if I were to order the VO2 intake first and wait for the exhaust, would I still need the Fuelpak to get the bike to run properly with the new VO2 intake installed?Jun 9, 2014
L U:I purchased the competition slip on and the fuel pak together and installed them at the same time when they arrived. They worked great together, though the fuel pak failed after a few weeks of very light use. I was very upset about this. Vance and Hines has the absolute worst customer service I have ever worked with in all of my years of purchasing products, but after over a month of battling with their lack of communication, they sent me a new replacement fuel pak. With all that being said when I simply had the exhaust installed and not the fuel pak, the bike did not run well. It would pop and crackle to the point of pure annoyance. I do not recommend running exhaust without the fuel pak installed. Unless you do not mind the bike running less than perfect. Once I had the new replacement fuel pak installed all was good with the world again. They work great together. Also, I still have the factory intake installed. After the poor customer service I experienced it made me shy away from purchasing any more products from V&H. I really love the design of the VO2 intake so I more than likely will be purchasing it in the near future. Hope this helps.Jun 10, 2014
James E:i have not switched out my intake yet but i bought the fuel pack when i changed my exhaust. I could have ran without the fuel pack, my bike was running a little lean but it was nothing major. I installd mine about 2 months ago and my yamaha bolt has been running awesome.Jun 10, 2014
Luis R:Hello there. From what I've read yamahas run on the lean side from factory. Adding the V02 will make it leaner. I installed the V&H competition slip on and the fuel pack first and then got the V02 the following month. It did run rich for that period of time. Good luckJun 10, 2014
Michael M:The fuelpak adds fuel to reduce a lean condition in fuel injected engines. A high flow filter would increase the lean condition without a fuel management system. I would suggest that a fuelpak or management system is installed for intake or exhaust modifications.Jun 11, 2014
RICHARD R:You can always install the fuel pack without the new exhaust. However, if you see a gain in power you will see a decrease in fuel consumption. And vice versa. This is in my experience. Jun 10, 2014