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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-28-2007, 03:18 PM Thread Starter
 
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Dallas/Fort Worth Dyno Guy?

Does anyone in the North Texas area know a good dyno guy for my Brutale 910S. I want to add a PCIII but at the same time I want to make sure I am taking the bike to someone that really knows what they are doing. Names and #s please.
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Scott Crawfords
Cycle Werkz West in Fort Worth, located at 8155-C Camp Bowie West Blvd. I do not know his expertise on MV but he is a good operator I heard there are some good ones in Dallas also. JamesC might know some places?

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thanks - I will check it out
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Ok here is another one:

http://www.metrictech.net/

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I'd use Piper if it were my bike. North Richland Hills.

http://www.piperperformance.com/index.php

Or if you don't mind travelling AF1 in New Braunfels would be the top choice in the state..not sure their new dyno facility is up and operational as of yet?

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Dean at Metric Tech(McKinney) is very good at dyno tuning. I don't know if he has ever tuned a MV or not, but I have seen pretty much everything else on his dyno. He has the top of the line dynojets, and is an "official" Dynojet tuning center. Give him a call.
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You gotta be crazy, gotta have a real need....

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I think they just hosted a 'tech day' and dyno runs for the TSBA. Sounds like good people I just don't know their dyno tuning

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I think they just hosted a 'tech day' and dyno runs for the TSBA. Sounds like good people I just don't know their dyno tuning
Dean spent years working for Central Yamaha as a mechanic. Up until about two years ago, he drag raced bikes on a pro level. Now he is a FIM certified tech inspector....short of it, he knows his stuff.
He is a good guy, and is alot cheaper than dealers. He has good equipment too. One of the few shops I will take my rims to, and he's half the price of the dealer. Swing by his shop, its spotless.

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