Application Fitment Chart
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FP4 Tuner Installation Video
Frequently Asked Questions
Vance & Hines FP4 is available in the App Store (iOS) or Google Play Store (Android)
Vance & Hines offers an extensive one-year warranty on the FP4.
All of our maps are made on a dyno and verified on the road with the engine/pipe combination listed. Every map goes through a full tuning process and is reviewed by calibration engineers.
1. CONNECT Plug the Vance & Hines FP4 into your bike.
2. TUNE Select the map for your setup.
3. RIDE Enjoy the improved performance and responsiveness of your motorcycle
First, verify that your FP4 app is up to date through either the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. Next, connect to your bike and FP4. Verify that the firmware is up to date by going to ‘Support’ and pressing ‘Check for Firmware Update’. Install firmware update if available. If still unable to flash, go to ‘Support’ and press ‘Upload ECU Content’, then try flashing again. Contact Vance & Hines rider support if the issue persists.
To Autotune your map, you must first flash a base map onto the bike, the closest V&H map to your configuration would be ideal. Then, select Autotune from the main menu and select ‘Quick Setup’. Next, choose the map slot you would like to base the Autotune off of. This will initialize the Autotune process by flashing the bike. Now, go out and ride. The more varied types of riding you can do (stop and go, steady-state, uphill, downhill, low rpm, high rpm, low and high throttle ranges, etc.) the better. We recommend 3 sessions, each approx. 30-60 minutes in length. ‘Apply’ the data after the 1st and 2nd session, ‘Finish’ the Autotune after the 3rd session. During Autotune you may experience issues such as poor cold start, poor throttle response, and general ride quality issues. These will resolve once you ‘Finish’ Autotune and the map is re-optimized.
At this time the Vance & Hines FP4 does not support camshafts or big bore kits, but stay tuned
Yes, once a Vance & Hines FP4 has been used to flash a bike it is permanently married to that ECM. You can use the same FP4 on other bikes to read/clear trouble codes and view live sensor data, but will not be able to flash a different bike.
Yes, the U0100 trouble code is a historic trouble code that occurs when flashing the ECM. You may have one or several after flashing, which is completely normal and will not trigger a check engine light. You can periodically clear these codes out through the FP4 app if they occur.
The Vance & Hines FP4 may be removed from the motorcycle once the map has been flashed to the ECM. For Live Sensor Data and Diagnostic Code reading, or any other map editing or viewing, the FP4 must be plugged in, and your smartphone connected by Bluetooth.
How-To Screen Capture Videos
How To Bluetooth-Pair an Android Phone
How To Use The Rider Support Menu
How To Flash Your First Map
Live Sensor Data Screen Capture Videos
Sensor Wheel Pull at Wide Open Throttle
Dyno Pull at Wide Open Throttle
Dyno Pull Through Gears 2, 3, 4, and 5