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Anyone had good luck with the maps off the Dynojet website? I'm thinking of adding a Sato full system to my otherwise stock '07 Blade and the DJ website shows a Sato Full system map for stock or aftermarket filter. Besides costing $350, custom mapping can be a bit hit or miss, really depends on the skill of the guy doing the tuning. I saw a friend get a couple of really bad tunes before he found somebody that knew what they were doing.

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I've had good luck with DJ maps for two bikes, but it was worthwhile to have the custom tune to make sure it was really right. I guess a bad custom tune is possible, but you can look at the A/F map and see how they did. If it really sucked you could have it re-done. I don't know but I'm fortunate to live in a big city with several tuners to choose from. I just did my homework and I'm a happy camper.
 

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I've had good luck with DJ maps for two bikes, but it was worthwhile to have the custom tune to make sure it was really right. I guess a bad custom tune is possible, but you can look at the A/F map and see how they did. If it really sucked you could have it re-done. I don't know but I'm fortunate to live in a big city with several tuners to choose from. I just did my homework and I'm a happy camper.
I'm in Dallas, Southwest Superbikes is supposed to be the best around. There are some out there though that couldn't find their butts with both hands if you drew 'em a map. You gotta shop around.

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Honestly I can't say I've heard anything good about SW Superbikes, but I didn't even know they did tuning. I traveled all the way up to McKinney to MetricTech. The owner is super knowledgeable and has done dyno tuning for years. Price was good too. I think it was $275.
 

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Anyone had good luck with the maps off the Dynojet website? I'm thinking of adding a Sato full system to my otherwise stock '07 Blade and the DJ website shows a Sato Full system map for stock or aftermarket filter. Besides costing $350, custom mapping can be a bit hit or miss, really depends on the skill of the guy doing the tuning. I saw a friend get a couple of really bad tunes before he found somebody that knew what they were doing.

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Send Diel am PM. He knows his shit with these bikes and I want to say he's in Plano.
 
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