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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 03-02-2007, 10:59 AM Thread Starter
 
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Mapping Pricing

Hey ya'll, thinking about getting my bike mapped. Anyone know approx. how much this is?
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check around...different pricing

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lol, great answer.


Its gonna be much more expensive to do it at a dealer. try to find a local shop that has the equipment, and just call around. Its hard for us to give you a price because this is really a local thing.
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lol, great answer.


Its gonna be much more expensive to do it at a dealer. try to find a local shop that has the equipment, and just call around. Its hard for us to give you a price because this is really a local thing.
did you like that answer? a lil more smart ass then I was trying to be...my bad...

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I had a TRE and custom map done for $180. Thats as low as I could find...
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if you have the money just get a powercommander. if not then call around to shops around your area and think about the distance you wouldn't mind going to get there.
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pc isnt going to really help him, or when you buy it do they map your bike for free?
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pc isnt going to really help him, or when you buy it do they map your bike for free?
pc can help help him...you should get a cd with it and on the cd it has all bikes with most of they set-up they can think of...find one thats most identical with you bike and your set...wont be fine tuned but its a rough map best suited to what you have!
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if you have the money just get a powercommander. if not then call around to shops around your area and think about the distance you wouldn't mind going to get there.

i've heard that is really doesn't help getting a power commander if you get a slip on exhaust; supposedly if you have one or the other it will do the same thing? Or is that just some bs?
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it wont help AS MUCH, thats all. it will only make a noticable dif if you get a full system.
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it wont help AS MUCH, thats all. it will only make a noticable dif if you get a full system.

oh ok. I have a D&D slip on and I noticed a little change in torque and acceleration from the stock on. Does adding a PC make a noticeable change or is it subtle?
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not w/ your slip-on, surprised you could actually feel the dif w/ a D&D
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oop, I sense a classic D&D bash session...
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yeah i felt the change. i guess that's what happens when you buy a good exhaust set.
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not w/ your slip-on, surprised you could actually feel the dif w/ a D&D
oh by the way, could you type a little bit bigger, i'm dizzy from the sound of my D&D, so i can't see as well. thanks
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oh by the way, could you type a little bit bigger, i'm dizzy from the sound of my D&D, so i can't see as well. thanks
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yeah i felt the change. i guess that's what happens when you buy a good exhaust set.
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oop, I sense a classic D&D bash session...

lol i was in no way bashing D&D, i was thinking about picking one up myself. should have just said i'm surprised you noticed so much change with ANY slip on. must have really done your bike a favor.
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I gained 7 ponies by advancing the timing and getting her custom mapped...
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the PC just smooths out the power curve for the most part. with some nice side effects. you will notice the difference if you get the fuel pump accelerator and the right map installed.

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Louder always seems like it's faster. But most pipes make a bike slower. Yeah, yeah, I know about the weight savings. If I had a fuel injected bike, the first thing I would do is synchronize the injectors. Then I would get a dyno run to see how the bike is running. They charge $50 for a baseline run in my area. Just remember that dyno runs are done at wide-open throttle. If you have a stumble off idle when pulling from a stop, or part-throttle problems, it won't register on the dyno sheet.
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