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Old 10-30-2007, 10:13 AM   #1
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Old 10-30-2007, 10:31 AM   #2
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when i use to have my gsxr this is the only place i would take it to. very nice people with great service
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you might have to travel outside of stinkadena for a decent dyno tuning
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around $300+

but aren't the zzr600's carburated?
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wrecked.total loss.gsxr now
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you just need to get with someone for some jetting....carbs are affected by weather and temp....so a dyno tune would be a waste of money. because you will always have to change your jetting to accomodate weather and elevation

give motorcycles unlimited a call....they do all the fine tuning to my carb on my crf100 racebike. 281-444-0545
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you just need to get with someone for some jetting....carbs are affected by weather and temp....so a dyno tune would be a waste of money. because you will always have to change your jetting to accomodate weather and elevation

give motorcycles unlimited a call....they do all the fine tuning to my carb on my crf100 racebike. 281-444-0545
i think he said he has a gsxr now...
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i think he said he has a gsxr now...
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Northwest Honda or Andy @ Metric Motorcycles

I hear good things about both of them when it comes to dyno tuning.

If you are willing to travel. A LOT of the cmra racers get their bikes dyno tuned by a guy named Steve Upchurch (he's in dallas)

I know a few people that trailered their bikes from here to dallas just to get it done.

If you are using your bike for street purposes only, i think a pre-made map from dynojet's website would work best, and save you a couple hundred bucks. if they don't have a map that matches your exhaust....use a few similar maps, and see which one works best on your bike. (for example, if you have a full system, and your brand of exhaust isn't on their website....use a Full system Yoshi map or something)
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Old 10-30-2007, 11:26 AM   #12
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andy at metric has a dyno in his shop. it's a eddie current dyno which means you want be getting those inflated as dyno jet dyno numbers.

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Northwest Honda or Andy @ Metric Motorcycles

I hear good things about both of them when it comes to dyno tuning.

If you are willing to travel. A LOT of the cmra racers get their bikes dyno tuned by a guy named Steve Upchurch (he's in dallas)

I know a few people that trailered their bikes from here to dallas just to get it done.

If you are using your bike for street purposes only, i think a pre-made map from dynojet's website would work best, and save you a couple hundred bucks. if they don't have a map that matches your exhaust....use a few similar maps, and see which one works best on your bike. (for example, if you have a full system, and your brand of exhaust isn't on their website....use a Full system Yoshi map or something)
billy is the same way too. absolute guru.
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