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I'm wondering what the stock settings for the FMF Power Programmer are, and what they might be for a modified air box lid and removed spark arrestor with custom tip?

Also places where you guys are mounting your programmers.
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1.5-3.5-3.5 is what’s recommended, I have a full exhaust and a K&N filter and run mine at 1.5-4-4. I just have zip ties and Velcro holding mine down on the opposite side of the battery, seems to be working fine. One of my buddies has his in a travel Q tip holder under his seat so it doesn’t get wet.
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Thanks a bunch for the reply, i'll be tuning it in the morning, work second shift, i'm planning on putting a little notch under the air box lid cover to get the wires in and mounting it on the inside on a side.
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I don’t run an airbox lid so I didn’t even think of that, sounds like a good idea though.
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mines velcroed to the inside of my air box. seams to work well so far. figured that would be an area that should be dry at all times
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mines velcroed to the inside of my air box. seams to work well so far. figured that would be an area that should be dry at all times
Where can you get instructions for the programmer, fmf. I just picked up a used 700, it has the fmf exhaust also, but I am going back to the stock pipe, for sound purposes, and I have no idea about the programmer. I have looked and no instructions anywhere on how to program it.
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