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Hey there! I'm looking for some advice on what maps I should try out on my bike? I'm a new rider and I bought the bike with the parts listed in the pic below. I haven't messed around with the tuner much and I'm not sure how the aftermarket parts will effect the maps. If anyone has a couple of maps to try out that you think would be good to try please send'em. Primarily been riding on a track. Thanks you! Darrell
Hey guys! So I too just picked up an 18 FE501 the other week. It does sound like the worst lawnmower I have ever used. But so far it has been way more fun than a lawnmower lol. From the factory the bike has plenty of power and I can see why you wouldn't have to change anything on this bike if you're a casual rider. BUT thats not the case here, I never leave anything stock so by stating that, here we go. Here is a list of what I have already order/whats sitting in my garage ready to be put on the bike. Please chime in if I left anything out that might be important. Installing this week: FMF 4.1 Titanium Slip on Vortex ECU Block off Kit Acerbis handguards Sicass fender eliminator kit Sicass flush rear leds Doctor Racer Husqvarna Lift Strap Kit AXP Xtrem skid plate Bullet Proof Designs radiator guards, front disc guard, and rear disk guard Future Mods: Baja Designs front headlight 3.1 tank Oberon Clutch Slave KICK STARTER KIT Vortex Racing Map Switch What is everyones thoughts on just removing the reeds vs getting a new boot?) https://blaisracingservices.com/2017-18-huqvarna-fc-450-intake-boot-for-2017-18-fe-450/501-reed-cage-removal.html Nuetech Tubeless Tire System Gen 2 Scotts steering dampener Please feel free to chime in and let me know your thoughts on my parts list, a s well as any suggestions! Thank again, and I hope to maybe see some of you out on the trails!