Vance & Hines Fuel Pak

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Vance & Hines Fuel Pak
Vance & Hines Fuel Pak
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Installing a performance exhaust system is only your first step. Now, you need fuel management. You need Fuelpak.

Your fuel-injected motorcycle 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.

  • LCD version Fuelpak features finer mapping resolution for greater tuning precision along with improved software to minimize deceleration popping.
  • 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.
  • Very user friendly; 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.
  • Includes all necessary mounting hardware.
  • Notes: Fuelpak maps are optimized to run on high-flow air filters, but will also run on stock models. When using a stock air filter, your bike may run slightly rich until you upgrade to a high-flow air filter. Not legal for sale or use on pollution-controlled vehicles. Fuelpak will also work with other exhaust systems (contact V&H tech support for tuning information).

Ahead of the competition, Fuelpak is the most advanced system of its type. Nothing will compare. As most riders know, your stock air / fuel ratio runs just slightly lean, however, when you install an aftermarket exhaust, that ratio changes, becoming even leaner. Unlike other fuel management systems that can only add fuel, Fuelpak adds and takes away fuel, allowing for a more precise range of refinement in your air / fuel ratio. Designed and manufactured entirely in-house, the V&H technical staff is constantly at work developing custom fuel maps for popular brands.

Don't settle for a system that is difficult to install. After all, you want to focus on what you enjoy most - riding. When the V&H engineering staff designed Fuelpak, the focus was on making installation and use as simple as possible. Fuelpak plugs directly into the factory wiring harness and ECU using a t-tap and O.E.M.-style connectors to stay fastened securely to your bike. Fuelpak fits so discreetly that, with the exception of the improved throttle response and ridability, you won't even know it's there. And should you ever remove Fuelpak, your motorcycle will return to operating at its original factory settings.

No computers needed, no need to tune on a dyno. Vance & Hines did all the hard work for you. Once the Fuelpak is installed, locate your fuel map from the setting chart provided or look it up on the V&H website. Next, with the ignition turned on, enter the values for your specific map directly into Fuelpak and calibrate your TPS (throttle position sensor). Finally, shut off the ignition, put the cover back on and you're ready to ride. That's the beauty of Fuelpak, you don't need to use a computer or tune on a dyno because the settings you enter are the result of V&H's extensive dyno and road testing to find the ideal fuel map for your motorcycle.

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Verified Purchaser
Location: Kansas, USA
Worthwhile purchase

Vance and Hines made this so easy to install, even an amateur can do it. It took longer to program the modes(values even supplied by V&H website) than it did to actually install and route the product. I am very pleased to add this along with V&H big radius 2 into 2 and the V&H VO2 air intake setup. Took a total of about 3 hours to install all 3 products from start to finish. The sound is amazing, even better at half to W.O.T. Totally worth the price and the turning of peoples heads as they hear you roar past them!!!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: state of hawaii
Fantastic !!

2007, fxdl,96 cdi, with Vance and Hines pipes, and new air cleaner, Response in power , in, low, mid range, and top end improves 20 percent or more over stock. very highley recomended, Stan, Big Island , Hawaii. Easy instructions. One hour instalation.!!!!!!!!!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: bakersfield ca.
Excellent buy

this is a great product super easy to install and easy to calibrate.

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hutch Over 8 months ago Location: new zealand
Would you reccomend this fuel pack for an fxst with V&Hs 2 in to 2 s?
Hi there. I have a set of V&Hs 2 in to 2s on my standard has a standard air filter on it to. I have recently removed the baffels aswel. Wpuld this fuel pack increase performance and take away the gurgling and poping when decelerating?. Thank you
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 8 months ago
Yes a fuel pack would be recommended for maximum performance.
Slack 1 year 1 month ago Location: East sussex
Is the fuel pak road legal on a Harley in the UK?
Does it affect insurance
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 1 month ago
You will need to check with your local licensing and insurance agents in the UK for that information.
Zorba 1 year 11 months ago Location: Philippines
Heavy on Fuel?
I have just had installed Vance and Hines Big Shots plus a high performance Screaming Eagle Billet Ventilator Air filter along with the Fuel Pak to my 2013 Dyna Wide Glide by the local HD dealer. While performance and sound has improved considerably I note that the bike is using a lot more fuel , I have been told by the dealer that this should normalize or re calibrate after I fill the tank and do a few miles.. Does this sound right ?
1 year 8 months ago Location: Kansas, USA
I too have this along with the big radius and VO2 air system. Since my install, I have noticed the higher volume of fuel consumption. You may want to recheck your map settings, if they are what values were supplied you may get ahold of Vance and Hines to see if there is a change needed to the map settings. I think my problem is from my wrist, cant seem to keep from twisting the throttle to hear the rumble from the pipes.
Vishal 1 year 12 months ago
Is it compatible with harley davidson night rod special 2012 model`?
MotoSport Staff
1 year 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, this is available for your 2012 Nightrod Special. Please make sure to profile your bike correctly when ordering as these are model specific.
Mbweb 2 years 4 months ago Location: Brazil
Map for my Night Rod 2012 with Competition 2:1?
Hello, I just installed the competition 2:1 + the Fuel Pack in my Harley NightRod 2012 and tried to apply the map that came with the fuel pack and the one in the website but the engine is still failing between 3.000 to 4.000 RPM. The bike is staling also in some occasions. I have the stock air filter still but just bought the K@N performance one. Do you think this will help me? I saw in some forums that the brazilian gas could be the problem (we mix 70% of etanol on it). Could you try to find a new map for me? Thank you in advance.
MotoSport Staff
2 years 4 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
For something this involved with the programmer, I would recommend calling Vance and Hines directly to receive the best support possible for the issue you are having. Vance and Hines can be reached @ (562) 921-7461. You can also visit their website here:
Thenoob 2 years 5 months ago
Can you use this with stock exhaust and upgraded A/C? Or even a different brand exhaust?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 5 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
This is fairly open ended because it will depend on what bike you have and where you are located. Every different model of bike will be mapped different from the factory. Some will be lean to pass emissions, some will be spot on, and some can even be rich. To really answer this you would need to determine how your bike is currently mapped, whether lean, rich or just right. In addition one bike at 5000 ft elevation will run differently than the same bike at sea level so elevation will play a big part in figuring out how your bike is set up currently. Typically you wouldn't install this style of programmer on a stock bike as this system will only add fuel, it cannot remove fuel and most stock bikes do not need fuel added and would run rich. Just adding an air filter could go either way, if the bike is on the verge of too lean then a programmer would more than likely need to be installed after installing the filter. If the bike is on the rich side you can probably just install the filter with with no ill effect. When adding pipes, especially full systems along with an air cleaner, more than likely the bike is going to run lean and will need the programmer. This is not the case 100% of the time, but for the most part it is. This programmer would work with other brands of exhaust, but Vance and Hines will request you call them for help with tuning for other brands of exhaust.
1 year 8 months ago Location: Kansas, USA
I installed this before I even got my new pipes and air cleaner. it seemed to run better, but had a little black smoke coming out of the exhaust. but it was mapped for the new setup. if you have any doubts, Vance and Hines would be the ones to call, just let them know what you are running as far as air and exhaust setup and they can lead you through the remapping if needed. best bet would be to upgrade to a high flow air cleaner/filter and pipes.
Nightrod 2 years 5 months ago Location: Jakarta
Is the fuelpax is the same with supertuner?
I have 2013 vrscdx with vance hines widow slip on, im not please with the sound so i am planning to buy vance hines competition 2 into 1 series. So do i need to buythe fuelpak? Is the fuelpak worked is the same thing with supertuner? Or worked like it? Also do i have to buy air filter also? Thanks in advance
MotoSport Staff
2 years 5 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
The Super Tuner and Fuel Pak are different programming systems. The Fuel Pak is a much more user friendly system that will require no lap top to use. It comes preloaded with maps for your bike with exhaust. It will just need to be programmed by following the included instructions. The Super Tuner is a closed course system that is much more advanced for racing applications. It has capabilities far exceeding that of the Fuel pack though, such as data logging. It will require the use of a lap top and also will require you to purchase the tuning software and cable kit to set it up. For the normal guy, the Fuel Pak is a much better option and simply plugs into your existing harness. With a simple calibration you will have your bike up and running properly in no time. The Fuel Pak does require the use of a high flow after market air filter.
101warhawk 2 years 6 months ago Location: WV
I have a 2008 FXDC with high flow air filter, Vance and Hines Big Shots ( no Baffles), and torque cones will this help with power?
Should I eliminate the O2 sensors or keep them?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
This will help tune the bike to run properly after the modifications have been installed, which in turn should provide some additional power. Depending what the future holds as far as performance is concerned for your bike, you may also want to look at a Power Commander for your bike. It will be much more adjustable if you ever decide to do different heads/ cams, or hi comp pistons where the Fuel Pak is limited by the pre-installed maps. If you never plan to modify the bike further, then the Fuel Pak will work great.
Livewire 2 years 6 months ago
I have a 2013 Street Glide, with Rush 2.50 baffle w/3517 tips(Item number 15305-250), will the fuelpak work with this set-up, provided I install a big?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes this will work on your 2013 Street Glide. Even though it is a Vance and Hines product it will absolutely work with other exhausts. They also recommend to use it with aftermarket air filter systems for best results. For help tuning with exhausts other then Vance and Hines pipes, they recommend to call them directly and talk to a tech for tuning assistance.
joev Over 7 years ago Location: denville nj
I lost my paper work on the fuelpak i need to change the setings i changed parts on my bike can u help me thank u joev?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago
You can go to to get your download.
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