Compatible with any Exhaust System or Fuel Tuner
Eliminates Lag for Improved Throttle Response
Easy Plug-in Installation Into Throttle Body
Works on Stock and Modified Motorcycles
Designed and Manufactured In-House
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Vance & Hines #66003 (1020-1726)
Old #66001 (1020-1525)
For 08-12 Touring models with Throttle By Wire
In stock! Ships with-in 24 hours
NOTE: This is the NEW throttle pack that was just released from Vance & Hines. The MSRP has been lowered from $219.95 to $149.95!
*NEW* Newly designed to have more effect on 08-09 models. Terry Vance did not have enough result with the Throttlepak on his 08 Dresser, so the Vance & Hines team went to work to make sure this unit will work better on all TBW Touring models. In the process they were able to lower the price by $70! They are in stock and ready to ship!
Designed for throttle-by-wire motorcycles, Throttlepak improves the responsiveness of your engine by eliminating the factory-programmed electronic lag, whether you are running aftermarket exhausts or not. With Throttlepak, when you twist the throttle, the throttle body responds instantly.
Throttlepak is a device that modifies the speed and degree to which the throttle body opens the throttle plate. It only affects the throttle plate's opening speed. It does not affect the fuel curve, timing curve or any other sensors on the motorcycle, thereby allowing any type of fuel management or flash programming to work as desired. In other words, any diagnostic or ECM tuning work done before the installation of Throttlepak will not be affected.
Throttlepak's Patent Pending technology distinguishes itself from other programming modules because it functions dynamically, constantly making adjustments based on reading the quickness with which you twist the throttle grip. Competitor products use only linear tables that can provide the rider only a pre-determined amount of throttle response.
Throttlepak's "smart" technology senses your throttle grip movement, moment-by-moment, adding the right amount of assist to deliver the responsiveness you're asking for. For example, when you want the throttle to open quickly, such as when changing lanes or merging onto a highway, the throttle response will be crisp. On the other hand, if you're navigating an unstable road surface, like a dirty or slippery road, the throttle response will be more moderate, where you won't have to worry about the throttle becoming "jumpy" or "jerky".