We have not certified the IED's for the 09 Touring bikes. While there is a lot of promise in the new AFXiED, we are very conservative in our testing program. We had originally thought certification was going to occur for Daytona Bike Week. We were not happy with some of the results because we could not explain what the H-D ECM was telling us occassionly. Since our first concern is for riders, we deferred certification. If riders feel they needed something for their 09 Touring bike, they should persue other tuning aids. But our primary recommendation is to try to ride the bike as is. Many riders find that with an aftermarket exhaust upgrade and the HD heat diverters, the 09 bikes do cool down considerably after the first 1000-1500 miles. The only reliable reasonably low cost upgrade to cool the exhaust is the PowerCommander. But even this can cost $500-600 after custom tuning.
Software tuners like SERT/SEST/TTS are an option, but do create significant issues with your ECM warranty and by association, your engine warranty. So it is difficult to recommend software tuning for a new bike unless you are willing to give up large portions of your warranty. Because HD has been actively monitoring engine modifications, the probability of warranty issues is much higher than in the past.
I will continue to work on certification of the AFXiED's on the 09 Touring bikes. But I can not put a date on this project. The issues I seem to be trying to resolve seem to be very specifically related to Harley's engineering more than anything that exists in the IED's. There was no issue with the 08 fly-by-wire bikes, but a major issue with the 09 bikes. But the NHTSB (FEDS) have even noted a few inconsistencies. H-D has a great QA program, but occasionaly something can sneak through. I think this is one of those cases. I'm a computer engineer by trade, so I've got some strong speculation on what happened. I've even talked with some Electrical Engineers about this and there is some general consensus on what is probably wrong. But we are not H-D.
As far as your oil temperatures being in the 180-200 range, this is actually the minimum temp the oil must achieve to drive moisture out of the oil. Oil temps in the 220-250 range are really not that unusual for these bikes. The recommendation for all late model H-D is to use synthetic engine oil.
So I can offer my assistance in trying to help you get your bike as cool as possible without any tuning aids. Maybe through the forum a few more we can come up with a few more ideas for keeping the 09 Touring bikes cool without any engine tuners. I wish I could offer the AFXiED to riders today, but I would rather be conservative in my approach with my products to riders. Occasionally I may make some "early release" versions available if I feel something is ready for riders that are willing to report back to me on a regular basis (to assist in my quality assurance process). I am not there yet.
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