The price seems reasonable to me. Demon (who probably grinds his own cams with a Dremel just for fun, judging from his bike mods!) is right that you might could get it cheaper, but here's why it seems to be worth the extra money. By having everything done at one shop, they assume responsibility for the quality of the work. That way you don't end up with the dyno guy saying the PC3 is bad, and Dynojet saying there must be something wrong with your bike, and the shop saying that since they didn't install it, they can't warranty it, etc.
If you feel confident with your skills, or if you have the desire to develop new skills, do it yourself. It's not that hard, thousands and thousands of GSXR's have been done, so the maps and tech support are readily available.
Last edited by Rundog; 01-16-2008 at 04:56 PM.