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Where to get a custom tune?

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    Re: Where to get a custom tune?


    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_E_D View Post
    Thanks, I went to Rob's? up that way once. Is it something in the water out that way?

    I'm sticking with John at Dynosolutions. I get to actually do the programming myself while he operates the dyno, and he teaches me what's what. No grumps. I'll drive to do business with a great guy.
    Plus that's all John does is dyno and tune bikes.

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    Re: Where to get a custom tune?

    Oh Rob's was the other place I had heard of a while ago. I'm all set with grumpy dudes. Dealing with Pete for suspension is enough for me (kidding)

    Unless for no reason whatsoever, I'm driving down through CT before it warms up around here, I'll go with Adrenaline.

    I talked to Scott at SVM, but he hadn't heard of TuneECU or Annitori QS. I'm sure he's great and could easily learn to use them, but since Adrenaline is already familiar with them, it's more reason to just use them. And just under an hour to get there.

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