Is a dynotune necessary yet?

Discussion in 'Trading Tunes' started by Rock It, Aug 6, 2018.

  1. Dr.D

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    I would have thought it a waste of time and money to add air cleaners and not tune it up. If you paying for one modtune to get your monies worth. JMO.
     
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    A remap should suffice the limiting factors the exhaust mostly. Would only consider a dynotune once youve done both. Even then money may be better spent elsewhere
     
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    I'll wait in that case.
     
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    I'm getting it tuned. Just wondering if I need it before the exhaust comes. A waste of money would be to pay for 2 dynotunes.
     
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    Recently had my bike dyno tuned after i had added triple k&n pods and Jardine full system. She was very lean low down so i was glad i had it done. As we know lean is bad for valves etc. I had the tune from my previous 2014 Roadster in this bike.The 2014 had triple k&n filters, decat and tors. Both bikes had pcv installed so tuning was easy. Similar bikes but way different in tunes as it turns out.
    In my opinion the bike needs a dyno tune to get it performing at its best......they are all the "Same motor" but soooo different. Akin to identical twins....same but different.
    Now i sleep without that doubt nagging away in the back of my mind....AND, she runs like hot chocolate now.
     
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    Thanks I'm looking forward to getting my pipes so I can get mine dynotuned and see how it all turns out.
     
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