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•  Several support features are located under the 
[Help] menu; some require an internet 
•  A comprehensive Tuning Manual in PDF 
format is included on the CD for viewing and 
printing from your desktop. 
•  When the SmartLink program is opened, it 
will automatically retrieve and open the last map 
that was open. 
•  Any time you link to your motorcycle:  Read 
the map that is installed in the ThunderMax 
ECM by selecting 
[File] then [Read Module 
Maps and Settings] on the SmartLink toolbar. 
This will synchronize the map file loaded into the 
ThunderMax ECM with the SmartLink software. 
•  2003 FLT/FLHT models:  H-D® used 2 different 
speedometer calibrations during the extended 
2003 model production.  Which calibration you 
may need is easily identified by checking the 
part number on the back of your factory ECM.  
20480 is used if the part number 
ends in -03, while 
4352 is used if the ECM p/n 
ends in -02.  If your turn signals don’t cancel on 
a 2003 model, try the alternate setting. 
•  2007-up Big Twin models:  There are two 
settings in the [Module Configuration] [Basic 
Settings] page that should to be set to the 
following to enable the 6
 gear indicator light to 
   Final  drive  ratio
  [87;  84  for  06-07  Dyna®]             
                    Gear 6 Min TPS [40].  
•  Sportster® models:  The [Main Relay Loc] 
must be set to “1” under the 
[Basic Settings] 
[Module Configuration] page, or the engine will 
not start. 
•  Accel Fuel is be used to tune throttle response 
(go to [Module Configuration] [Basic Settings]). 
•  AFR Correction vs. Engine Temperature page 
is used to adjust cold start AFR’s.  It is active yet 
should be used with extreme caution.  Any 
changes made to this page affects all maps, at 
every throttle position, every 256 RPM’s!  See 
SmartLink Tuning Manual for procedures. 
•  AFR vs. Engine Temperature is active yet at 
this time you should be discouraged from 
making any changes to this page. 
•  Air/Fuel-TPS @ RPM These pages reflect 
desired targets of AFR to throttle position at 
every 256 RPM.  Example: if you desire a leaner 
mixture for added fuel economy then you can 
easily make multi-tiered AFR targets at specific 
throttle positions and RPM’s that will be learned 
during closed loop processing. 
•  During warm-up, the AFR on both cylinders will 
be richer than the target AFR at normal 
operating temperatures; this is a normal part of 
the warm-up map.  AutoTune and its targets are 
inactive below 200 degrees. 
•  Target air/fuel ratios can be viewed on the 
Air/Fuel-TPS @ RPM pages.  When these 
pages are open, you can view the target AFR by 
clicking on a dot and tapping the space bar to 
view the target at a specific throttle position for 
that RPM. Use arrow keys to raise/lower targets. 
•  Writing new or modified maps to the module 
requires the system to be re-initialized (Step 7), 
and any existing learned fuel and IAC 
adjustments to be cleared (Map Editing, clear).  
Linking and editing an existing map within the 
module does not require above steps. 
•  System Updates are available through 
SmartLink with an internet connection. 
Software, Firmware and Map updates can be 
downloaded; check frequently for updates. 
•  In-Tank Fuel Filters should be inspected as a 
part of routine maintenance.  The filter is small 
and one bad load of fuel can clog it.  The factory 
recommended service interval is 25K miles. 
•  Save your edited maps to your hard drive 
using the [Save As] command.  Document the 
changes in [Map Notes] located under [EFI 
Maps on the toolbar.  These notes are stored 
with the saved map; remember to edit them 
when making changes for future reference. 
•  Oxygen Sensor Care: Items that can damage 
or shorten the life of your sensors:  
Leaded fuel – Race fuel 
Oil deposits from oil consumption problems 
Excessive moisture exposure 
Excessive (extreme) heat 
There is no warranty on sensors.  Replacement 
P/N is 309-355. 
Installation / Setup Guide V2009-04.23