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Superchips 5841 Vigilante Ez Hand Held Tuner on

US $239.00

Miami, Florida, United States

Miami, Florida, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:Superchips Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:5841

Professional tuning for Harley-Davidson, Superchips Vigilante EZ puts years of professional aftermarket Harley-Davidson tuning into the palm of your hand
Upgrading your bikes performance exhaust or intake system means you need Vigilante
In just minutes, anyone can install Superchips dynamometer proven tuning, specifically designed and tested for your bike. Vigilante EZ is the ultimate do-it-yourself tuning solution
No additional hard parts needed, just re-program the Delphi on-board computer with Vigilante EZ
Easy-to-use search menu includes most popular exhausts and intakes
Perform diagnostic trouble code read and clear for easy troubleshooting
Updates over the internet for the latest tuning (USB cable included), internet connection required, PC required (not included)
No trip to the dealer if you change pipes again
Saves and returns to stock with ease, bike can be returned to original tuning, however, Vigilante EZ will not function on another motorcycle without unlocking
Not all features and tunes are available for every vehicle make and model
Back-lit LCD and factory grade diagnostic cable makes installation a snap

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