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Old 01-07-2009, 06:24 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Aramis View Post
ok well look. i have a slip on M4 and im taking that off and putting an 07 Akrapovic on. while cutting the cat. so im not getthing the full system im putting an 07 pipe on my 08 GSXR. adding the power comander. i want someone who can do the job right the 1st time. and i dont want any problems. who do i go to? i have no idea about power comanders other than it is highly reccommend for me to have one. (from everyone i talk to)
Andy can do it, and he's the best I've worked with. That said, as I mentioned above, you'll have to pay for it. Anyone can do a cheap tune, maybe it'll work, maybe it won't. Anyone can d/l a map from the 'net, chances are really good that it won't be worth a shyte compared to a real dyno-tune.

If you want performance for your money spent, you will not regret a great tune.

Originally Posted by ZXALAN View Post
I would probably let Metric do it locally. If you care to drive to Round Rock(3hrs) Johnny Cheese is the best tuner around IMOP. He uses the load brake and that helps a lot for part throttle tuning. He gets $300 for a full map but will spend a lot of time on it. Andy at Metric also uses the brake. For your level of mods, I am sure Andy will do a great job on it. Prolly cost a little more then $250 though.....

I really doubt dyno tuning will be necessary for a slip on really don't need to retune for a slip on unless it developes a hesitation or glitch somewhere..... but on the other hand, its always best to fine tune your own bike to get the most out of it.
I think he said he was knocking out the cat though, so he'll need a good map for that, I doubt he'll get away without it.
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