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Dyno, who would you guys suggest?

Well basically i am ready to hit the dyno with the R6.

I have full akro exhaust, ignition module, and pcIII usb.

Basicly who has had good luck with who, I am looking for someone who has used this person and can compair them with other people.

Also the dyno the person is using has to be a dynojet. Let me know.

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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 07-11-2006, 02:52 PM
 
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Have fun on the dyno!
You can to go Ray C's in Lapeer or you can go to Brighton Superbike.

You know that you have to keep going back to the same dyno on a day that has similar conditions as your last dyno run, if you are trying to do test and tunes, yes?

Different dynos give different numbers and different weather conditions will alter the readings, even if done on the same dyno.
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Well basicly my bike has all the mods that i need as far as go fast mods, so i only need one good dyno tune. I want a dyno jet, im not even looking to make high hp, id liek 119whp or more, im looking for a very smooth line, with no hicups.

I know of those 2 places, i want peole that have gone there to chim in what they thought of them.


Also sonic, who tunes your bike and will they tune mine?

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ray c's......the whole appt thing is the bomb
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Ray C's bro...they are giving us a break on cost. Let Matt Middleton or Jr know and they'll cross reference you to the list we gave them of redline members.
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Ray C's bro...they are giving us a break on cost. Let Matt Middleton or Jr know and they'll cross reference you to the list we gave them of redline members.
Hopefully it's more up to date than our website


Nick, if you talk to the those guys at Ray C's, let me know how much $$$ please.
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maximum performance in toledo...
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No offense but just cause Ray c's gives us a discount doesn't meen im going to them, i am looking for a place that does the best work, and i have heard a few good things on ray c's and a few bad things.

So im not counting them out, but im going to keep looking.

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No offense but just cause Ray c's gives us a discount doesn't meen im going to them, i am looking for a place that does the best work, and i have heard a few good things on ray c's and a few bad things.

So im not counting them out, but im going to keep looking.

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well come on man, your gonna hear that from every place out there you know that. (brighton, ray c, cafe, etc....). Remember everybodies got a cry me a fuckin river story of how they got screwed over somewhere.
My opinion is the you need to go to these people and interview them on what they kow and what they think they can do for you.
If they are dynojet certified facility they can all do the basic stuff.
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main thing is get a graph of your air fuel!!!!!!! If they do not have a sniffer for that, flip them the bird and walk out!!!
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