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Hello everyone,

I've bought HD Street 500 in 2015, it was almost new, just 100 miles, had problem with rev limiter while in first and second gears, and was told that after 500 miles it would disappear, it did not!

now I found that my bike was programmed for HD academy training ((

"Harley-Davidson Riding Academy students will learn to ride on the new Harley-Davidson Street™ 500 motorcycle.

Additional features developed specifically for use in the Harley-Davidson Riding Academy include an industry-first Power Limit Calibration that puts a ceiling on the vehicle’s low-gear speeds, allowing only the maximum rate a student needs in the course,

Harley-Davidson Amps Up Rider Training with Launch of Harley-Davidson Riding Academy

Does anybody know hot to remove that limiter?

thanks a lot in advance for your attention.
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Any dealer could do a download for you. It will cost about $200. I bought a Vance & Hines FP3 tuner for my bike for $268 and I can change the tune anytime I want. The FP3 also bumps of the rev limiter from stock
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"The Training Kit:

As noted above, the class bikes will have a bolt-on crash bar setup along with some extended handle bar ends to protect the bars. There is also a different ECU electronics program flash that has an interesting feature. The "Power Limit Calibration" modifies the fuel injection system and de-powers the bike if you exceed training speeds for the MSF BRC range activities. Essentially it is a rev limiter for first and second gear that de-powers the bike. This will avoid a problem we have with students grabbing a handful of throttle and taking off in warp drive with the inevitable crash at the end. The training kit also includes a tilt switch to disable the ignition in a tip-over. Reset is by turning off the key for about 3 seconds or so."

there is no official HD dealer in Georgia, so where can I get this?
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there is no official HD dealer in Georgia, so where can I get this?
Georgia, the country? Or Georgia the US State? There are at least 25 dealers in Georgia, USA.

As for Georgia the country, the closest two seem to be a dealer in Baku, Azerbaijan, and one in Krasnodar, Russia. There are also a number of dealers throughout Russia and Turkey.

Use this dealer locator to find the closest dealer to you:
https://www.harley-davidson.com/cont...r-locator.html
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