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  • Sat, Jan 14 2017 10:42 PM

    2017 Indian Scout Exhaust

    Just purchased Paucho 603 cans to replace originals.  Look beautiful n sound great but lost that torque in lowend of rpm range ( not unexpected ).  I dont want to go down that road where im pulling out the air box n adding in an aftermarket EFC unit.  Im just looking to regain a bit of that smooth response at the bottom end.

  • Sun, Jan 15 2017 7:04 AM In reply to

    • FX
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    Re: 2017 Indian Scout Exhaust

    You've lost some back pressure. Unfortunatly the only thing I can see to do would be to re-map the EFC if possible, to a richer mix...Maybe staff will have another idea, as I am a Harley guy...


    Don't force it, get a bigger hammer.

  • Mon, Jan 16 2017 7:44 AM In reply to

    • Ironhead
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    Re: 2017 Indian Scout Exhaust

    SGG - first, welcome to the forums - what part of the country are you from?

    As Fx says, whenever you make a significiant intake or exhause change (you mention it too) you should consider having your map updated.  By checking the color of your plugs (White is really bad - tan is often prefered) you can tell how the change has affected your engine performance.

    I don't know if they are available for your bike, but some people put "torque cones" in their harleys when the go to straight pipes - staff should be able to tell you if they are available for your scout.

    If staff doesn't respond sometime today, send your question to J&Ps technical staff through the "customer service" button above.

    Hope this helps

    The first tool out of the box should be the "book"  Geeked

  • Wed, Jan 18 2017 7:59 AM In reply to

    • PaulJr36
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    Re: 2017 Indian Scout Exhaust

    Torque Cones should help smooth out some without have to put a tuner on it. That being said if you want to do anything more with the bike a tuner is going to be the best option. We do offer one for your bike Part #833-964

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