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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 04-06-2018, 06:12 PM Thread Starter
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Dyno tuning worth it?

Contacted a place that services and dyno tunes mv's. I'm wondering it

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Anyways is it worth it for a 100% stock bike to be dyno tuned?

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If they can modify the ignition and injection mapping, then Yes !!!

The compromises made for meeting emissions regulations and production line variables make the stock maps a bit less than perfect.

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PRECISION HIGH PERFORMANCE ECU MAPPING
We offer custom ecu mapping for mostly European motorcycles. Some domestic and Japanese available. The Dukes of Cycle offers detailed mapping for ‘your’ bike, not the same bike in another country with a generic map downloaded or uploaded to your ecu mailed to a stranger in another country. We take your bike with its mods if any, Canadian fuels, our altitudes, our barometric pressures, and our humidity levels and create a custom most efficient, cool running, optimal power and torque producing map. This is done on our dyno in house utilizing state of the art tooling and most importantly the knowledge to tune engines.

With our dyno we also diagnose engines that are not running most efficiently and or incorrectly. We also tune to custom mods done by our clients and in house; i.e. custom exhausts, custom airboxes and custom engine mods.

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Hi Justin
Thanks for the inquiry.

Nothing is needed to purchase before hand just an agreed drop off date.
At time of drop off, a 50% deposit is required.
The cost for your bike to tune is $750 plus taxes. Usually the duration of the service should not exceed 2-3 days, considering that your bike has no issues; for example a chain issue, a rear tire, any final drive components, cooling, plumbing, etc etc.

The benefits to a dyno tune include and are not limited to “unlocking” your bikes optimal performances, better throttle response, more horsepower, more torque, a more linear power curve, increased rev limiter, cooler running, and cooler exhaust temperatures.

Hope this helps!
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$750 seems steep but I'm not sure really

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I would be asking them if they have access to the ignition tables loaded on the ecu.
Specific question requiring a yes or no answer, no marketing bs.
In Australia no one asks for a deposit for dyno work.
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$750.00 for a fully dyno tuned bike is a good price. The tuner will spend many hours running the bike and changing mapping.

The shop sounds like they have the software needed to access the mapping. Since they can access the mapping, then the ignition tables are part of that as fueling is three dimensional: Air, Fuel, Ignition. Ignition timing is the thing that will help most. This is the reason I do not like piggy back system like Power Commander as they do not touch ignition tables.

If you can, I would recommend staying with the bike, or at least showing up on day two, in order to ride the bike with the changes and provide feedback to the tuner.

Dyno tuning my 312R was a game changer...and it cost more here.

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Thx for the posts guys. I don't plan on modding the bike at all so I figured this might be good just didn't know about price or worth being stock...

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It will be the biggest transformation for the money that you can make on a stock bike...or any modded bike for that matter.

Have them lower the temperature at which the fans initiate by 5 or 10 degrees. This helps, in combination with correct ignition timing, to keep things cool.

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I would dyno tune after hardware changes. But, I'm speaking from a general point of view.

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