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Question Dealer Said no Stage 1 needed for 750 if I add pipes and the Screaming Eagle Airfilte

Called the dealer to get prices on the stage 1 flash, since reading it would be needed. They said that the bike does not need the flash. Which now has me scared as knowing it does, makes me wonder what they could have/missed on my 1k service. I am thinking I may need to go to another dealership.

Thoughts? I bought a Loose Cannon Slip on, have been riding stock for about a year (just 1320 miles) and thought I would like a bit more sound. I liked the quiet ride for long treks because of the peacefulness while driving with my head on a swivel.
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I did the high flow airfilter and Vance and hines slip on and then went with the Vance and Hines fp3 fuel manager
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You don't need the dealer
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Thanks for the heads up, I have looked into the fp3 I just was worried about blowing my warranty. Figured I would wait another year before going fp3.
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Is the FP3 user friendly and easy to re-tune (fuel to air ratio)the bike? I heard it's only for like 5 aftermarket brands....I was thinking about a custom air intake like Free Spirits and Firebrand exhaust....

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Called the dealer to get prices on the stage 1 flash, since reading it would be needed. They said that the bike does not need the flash. Which now has me scared as knowing it does, makes me wonder what they could have/missed on my 1k service. I am thinking I may need to go to another dealership.

Thoughts? I bought a Loose Cannon Slip on, have been riding stock for about a year (just 1320 miles) and thought I would like a bit more sound. I liked the quiet ride for long treks because of the peacefulness while driving with my head on a swivel.
I have the FB loose cannon with dq baffle. was told by dealership that as long as I had a baffle for back pressure a stage 1 upgrade wasn't needed. I'm not running a vo2 just stock intake with k &n filter. I have almost 10k miles on my loose cannon and it sounds even better.
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I have the FB loose cannon with dq baffle. was told by dealership that as long as I had a baffle for back pressure a stage 1 upgrade wasn't needed. I'm not running a vo2 just stock intake with k &n filter. I have almost 10k miles on my loose cannon and it sounds even better.
Would this still be the case with no dq baffle and no upgraded air filter?
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I have the FB loose cannon with dq baffle. was told by dealership that as long as I had a baffle for back pressure a stage 1 upgrade wasn't needed. I'm not running a vo2 just stock intake with k &n filter. I have almost 10k miles on my loose cannon and it sounds even better.

I have the Grand Prix and K&N Air Filter. I didn't think I needed a software upgrade. Someone suggested the FP3 to me. Got mine On Sale. Put it on, And my bike "Woke up"

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Would this still be the case with no dq baffle and no upgraded air filter?
I ran the Loose Cannon without a DQ with stock intake and a mechanic at the dealership told no map would be needed. The Mechanic told me if I ran like a VO2 with an open baffle exhaust then yes, I would need to change the map and get the stage 1 upgrade.
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Is the VO2 a high intake air cleaner? I will be putting on the loose cannon tomorrow, and am looking forward to it. I'll be running stock air filter, and no dq baffle. I have determined I trust this site over the dealer as the messages from the dealer seem pretty inconsistent.

Thank you so very much for all the advice, and input!
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