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Harley-davidson Screamin Eagle Performance Super Tuner Pro 32109-08c on


Elk Grove Village, Illinois, United States

Elk Grove Village, Illinois, United States
Harley-Davidson Screamin Eagle Performance Super Tuner Pro 32109-08C, image 1
Condition:New other (see details)

*Tuner has never been used.

For use with '01-later EFI VRSC™, XL, XR, Dyna®, Softail®, and '02-later EFI Touring and Trike models. Also fits VRXSE Destroyer race bikes.

Get the biggest adavantage at the race track with the Screamin’ Eagle® Pro EFI Super Tuner. The hardware and the software in the Super Tuner feature a completely new design that makes EFI tuning faster and easier, through dozens of brand new features and innovative tuning enhancements. Super Tuner is available in 7 languages (English, Spanish, German, French, Japanese, Italian, Portuguese, and Dutch), and is compatible with Windows XP and Vista. The kit includes an ergonomically improved Vehicle Communication Interface (VCI) box. The CD required for tuning yourself is part # 32111-09. The new VCI allows USB connectivity to your PC and contains on memory board for a full 15 minutes of data recording, tracking up to 26 data variables. Data recording is conveniently activated with a push of a button, allowing the VCI to be taken to the track to gather data during true race conditions. Cable kit P/N 32184-08 is sold seperately and provides all necessary connections between Motorcycle, VCI, and PC/Laptop. The Super Tuner Software is easy to use with a large icon layout, compatible with touch screen laptops, the ability to work in 4 windows (tables) at one time, and enhanced help tools to keep you on track. Data and Tuning fuunctions are combined into a single application, ensuring you are only 2 clicks away from any major tuning function. With a click of a button, the software automatically connects to the internet and updates to the most current version as well as retrieves the newest calibrations developed by professional Screamin’ Eagle® calibrators. Software contains built-in model recognition that filters calibrations, listing those that are applicable to your model. State of the art graphing capabilities illustrate tables clearly, highlighting areas of improvement, and are fully scalable and customizable. Additional features include editable calibration text, custom note fields, drag and drop, cut and paste, and printing capability. To get you on track quickly, Screamin’ Eagle® offers a comprehensive computer based training DVD (P/N 32101-08) MODULE ONLY.


Requires seperate purchase of Super Tuner Software and cable kit.

For use with '01-later EFI VRSC™, XL, XR, Dyna®, Softail®, and '02-later EFI Touring and Trike models. Also fits VRXSE Destroyer race bikes.

For use with '01-later EFI VRSC™, XL, XR, Dyna®, Softail®, and '02-later EFI Touring and Trike models. Also fits VRXSE Destroyer race bikes

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