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Old 10-09-2007, 08:26 PM   #1
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Tuning centers

I finally broke down and put on my new BOZ Bros B2 exhaust on the Busa this weekend. It came out very nice and it is extremly loud. I will be ordering my power comander this week but I did not see any maps for the BOZ Bros on there website for download. Any sugestions for a shop to tune this for me?

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Old 10-09-2007, 08:27 PM   #2
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There is a known good mapper that builds one based on your information provided for the USBIII on extremebusa.com. A dyno won't provide pressure-induction calibration from air speed... Unless you can map air/fuel ratios while riding at higher speed, both ways are ballpark figures...

Just saying its another option
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And how does it sound? I'm curious; can you post a sound clip or youtube video?
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Great sites, thanks for the info.
A sound clip will not due it justice.....Ill see what I can do.
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my buddy in florida has the system on his busa...sounds like a dragster
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Old 10-09-2007, 09:30 PM   #7
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Forgot to say I got my pc III from them mapped for my bike for $250. If you keep your invoice # you can check back in ocasionally for updated maps for free.
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Old 10-09-2007, 09:31 PM   #8
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oh and check out there turbo gsxr 1000! 250 rwh
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Great sites, thanks for the info.
A sound clip will not due it justice.....Ill see what I can do.
well, we're both in NW houston; I reside in the woodlands, work at i45 and 1960
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The best tuner I can recommend is Johnny Cheese Performance in Round Rock tx... Call him and setup an appointment....he only tunes on saturdays. He specializes in busas but can build/tune anything.....He is the best around and knows how to make good power and great driveability.

http://www.johnnycheese.com/

but to be honest with you, if you just put slip ons on the bike, don't waste the time or money on PCIIIs and custom tuning...its really not needed. Busas run very rich from the factory. I have even put low end full systems(yosh, M4, Hindle etc) on them and not tuned them for a while....they will need some fuel down low and in the mid range but they are plenty rich up top.. Now if you do the air box, play around with the stacks or put a REALLY good flowing pipe like a BDE gen 3, HMF, or Ti Force, then you will need a good tune...

I am not familiar with a Boz full system if thats what it is so....you are on your own for that one but a good tune never hurts.
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Doesn't DynoJet have tuning centers on their site? I think there are several places in the Houston area to get this done...

ZXALAN... the Boz moira or B2 sytems are basically headers that dump out the bottom (moira) or side (B2). I would assume that with virtually no backpressure, these things will require tuning. Boz's site lists dyno numbers but doesn't indicate anything about mapping...

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Doesn't DynoJet have tuning centers on their site? I think there are several places in the Houston area to get this done...

ZXALAN... the Boz moira or B2 sytems are basically headers that dump out the bottom (moira) or side (B2). I would assume that with virtually no backpressure, these things will require tuning. Boz's site lists dyno numbers but doesn't indicate anything about mapping...

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Yeah it its an open type header or dumps after the collectors etc....its definetly gonna need tuning....odds are, its not going to make for power below 6k and more then likely, not great power up top either.....A good tune will definetly get you the most you can get out of it though....

So many "exhaust companies" throwing out junk these days.....
I have been seeing this in the GSXR arena also, EVERYONE and their brother is making some sort of exhaust, slip ons, half systems, full systems etc for GSXRs and 90% of them are junk but people buy them to try to be different or because they sound good(or think they do)

Hopefully it works out for you bro...Maybe the Boz will be a good one...
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yeah, i'm not too fond of the boz bros exhausts. seems more like you would lose power in the low/mid range....and maybe gain some high end. but midrange power is where the bike is best anyways.

for street riding purposes, i'd go with any full system map on dynojet's website, try em all out and see which one you like most.

if you MUST go custom map....i've heard good things about andy @ Metric Cycles. but i wouldn't bother spending the $250+ to get a custom map until you have all the performance mods done on your bike....there's no use of getting a custom map now....and then when u decide to add a BMC/K&N filter or something, guess what? time for another custom map.
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the boz brothers site has the dyno chart for the moria system for the busa...you lose hp with their system.
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Well if your gonna get a pc III, get it from fuel moto. Why pay $300 plus for one without a map. They are an authorized Dyno Jet testing facility and give a 2yr warranty instead of the 1 yr
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Corky and the boys over at Lunsford's NW Honda do awesome work on my race bikes and even have high flow air for the ram effect. AND... they are open until 9pm on Thursdays. Dedicated dyno room is behind the main building.
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Corky and the boys over at Lunsford's NW Honda do awesome work on my race bikes and even have high flow air for the ram effect. AND... they are open until 9pm on Thursdays. Dedicated dyno room is behind the main building.
that's interesting.... i need pay them a visit for some QandA
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I am building this bike as a cruiser, I am putting a 300 kit on it and most exhausts will not fit. I did see tuners listed on the power comander website but I like to take care of people that take care of us. I know the Honda dealer right behind me does tuning but everytime I go in they act like they cant see me so why drop 275.00 on them. Caligonetx, if you want to come by and hear it let me know, it sounds very nice IMO.
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ya, I'm interested; I got bored with mine cause the r22 on the left side had an additional piece in the center of it, so on a slow day of work, I gutted the insulation. Made it louder but that doesn't change the performance(although I'm talking about a slip on.)
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