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PCIII Map for Short Shots and OEM Intake

The PowerCommander webpage doesnt have the map I am looking for to use with a 2008 Dyna Street Bob. Only thing I planned to change was the pipes and leave everything else the same. I have a PCII USB and Vance and Hines Short Shots. Anyone have any suggests for a map?

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If you send them a request for the map, they will usually make one for your model and description. They aren't that big of a company. They have 3 dynos, and 1 - 2 techs that actually make the maps. If not I would look for a map with the V&H big radius or staggered drags.

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