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Custom Mapping Suggestions?

I'm planing on buying an exhuast system soon along with a PCIII but was wondering where I should go to get my bike mapped?

Anyone in Northern California have any suggestions or recomendations as to where I should go for this?

I was also curious as to how much it cost, just an estimation on the price would be cool.

Thanks in advance for any help you offer.
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Try this. I wish I knew someone personally but maybe someone else does.

http://www.powercommander.com/cgi-bin/pczip.cgi


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Thank you.

I never even thought to take a look at their website (stupid noob).
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Factory Pro in San Rafael - ask for Raul
BRG Racing in Walnut Creek - ask for KC

Both are highly respected tuners in the area and build race winning bikes. A PC map from the website is a bandaid for a proper mapping job, as each engine is slightly different and needs to be tuned properly.

Expect to pay about $250 for the map at the tuners
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Good to know thanks.

New question:

What is TL software?
I noticed how some dealers/Tuners had this software and some did not. What is the software and why would some dealers not have it?
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does anyone know?
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I was going to guess that it's the tuning software that Dynojet puts out for the shops. I've seen the software in action but didn't look at the actual name. If they don't have that software then they may not be an approved tuning center by Dynojet. But that's just my guess.


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