The ThunderMax with Auto Tune system is now available for V-Rod engines. ThunderMax gives you a perfectly tuned engine under all ambient conditions, dramatically improving pe
The ThunderMax AutoTune module analyzes the air/fuel ratio read by two wide-band oxygen sensors and makes any necessary adjustments. With every tank of fuel, at any temperature or elevation, your engines’ tune is optimized by ThunderMax!
WThe ThunderMax for V-Rod models is purpose-built to deliver uncompromising performance. Installation is a straightforward replacement of the factory module and oxygen sensors*.
Using the supplied SmartLink software and communication cable, you can load a map and go riding, and adjust or monitor virtually every parameter of the system.
- Select Closed Loop AFR/RPM Targets
- Adjust Idle Speed RPM
- Adjustable Rev Limit
- Adjustable Igniting Timing
- Automatic IAC Calibration
- Speedometer Calibration
- Decel Pop Control
- Read Diagnostic Codes
- Running Statistics / Logs
- Accel Pump Simulation
- Start Fuel Pulse
- Engine Temp Alarm
- Injector Size Compensation
- Live Engine Tuning
- Live Monitoring / Recording
- Map Analysis Feature
- Digital Tech Compatible
- Boost Compatible
- Specific Racing Settings
- Warm-up Settings
- One-Button Support
- Three Year Warranty
ThunderMax software, firmware and map updates are free and accessible 24/7 with an Internet connection. You’re only a mouse-click away from the latest available data and product support! Dyno Tuners can access Advanced User SmartLink software that allows full custom mapping. The ThunderMax is designed and manufactured in the USA and backed by a 3-year warranty!
ThunderMax w/ AutoTune for 2002-2013 V-Rod® models
Highly refined maps included with the SmartLink software disc. Easily choose the best map for your application, minimizing tuning time for most configurations.
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*Requires exhaust system equipped for or modified for use with oxygen sensors
Legal in California only for racing vehicles which may never be used upon a highway.