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just sent a map request to this guy, lets see the response if he has a custom map for my bike & setup.
 

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def worth it best 50$ you can spend on any bike with a p/c-
other than a dyno it dosent get any better and im not sure a dyno is as smooth-maybe a hair more topend power but the driveability is unsurpassed-
little tricky on the setup though, but he talks you right through it
 

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Talked to Jeffo today about the setup of my bike and what type of riding. Took about 15mins, sent in the money and got everything back with 15mins. He sends a lot of info back of what you could do or should do to your bike, to make it even better. Haven't installed yet, waiting for the weekend but can't wait.
 

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i sent a reply to his email to me & he has not replied yet, i can't call because i live across the pacific ocean so overseas call charges will be high. really interested in his service it's just he's taking too long to respond.
 

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Tried it on my 09 today....glad I did this.

took 20 mins to install suggestions and map......

really impressed with mid throttle mid rpm response....

full throttle response very good also.

Very Happy customer!
 

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may not be the highest in horsepowr{maybe it is} but who rides at max rpm on the street anyway
i would bet this is a sweet track tune also because of the smoothness
 

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"seat of the pants dyno" says it pulls well strong...

IMO, as good as the more track oriented map i had before.

(about 102-104 rwhp / 44ftlbs)

(map was from Doug Chandler's son Jett's 07 trackbike).

the improved throttle control is the best part....and has made the bike much more stable through turns on the country roads I ride on.... I am sure this would help on track, also.

It's a good tune, and a better bike on/ off /on the throttle everywhere in the rpm range.
 

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It's way smoother!

makes a huge difference in rideability.

and seems to get better mpg's than my old tune!
Have to agree, just installed the map today and throttle response is way smoother! With the basic map I got from the Dynojet site, every time I use to let off the throttle it would bog down no matter how smooth I tried to be. Very easy to follow the steps, took about 15mins.
 

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well no reply still so he probably doesn't want my $50 so i just went put my own map in & tested it yesterday back to back with the old map & i can certainly say for sure that my updated mapping is smoother in the off/on throttle transitions, got the idea from one of the best engine tuners in the ama.

now if i can only spend the $ on renting a dyno for the day i'll be golden.
 

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Interesting. I have a PC5 that I need to install this week........
 
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