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Looking for fair priced Dyno pull... - March 6, 2009, 01:10 PM

I just ordered a PC 5 with the auto tuner.. I'd like to get a dyno pull before I install it for a base line!! This weekend would be best (posed to be nice!)


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1ST!!!! Well you could stop by RnR Cycles and have it done. Give Rick a call at 571-277-0892


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Fair price!

The price of a Dyno Jet 250i I think is somewhere close to $50K.
A properly tuned bike should take someone several hours.
Just normal hrly rates seem way low to me for what a proper job involves but no one even wants to pay $300 much less what it should be!

Conclusion, all the prices are wayyyy fair!


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Fair price!

The price of a Dyno Jet 250i I think is somewhere close to $50K.
A properly tuned bike should take someone several hours.
Just normal hrly rates seem way low to me for what a proper job involves but no one even wants to pay $300 much less what it should be!

Conclusion, all the prices are wayyyy fair!
Thanks for reading the post... All I want is a pull to see my HP/Torque before I start working on the bike... So unless you have a dyno,


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Thanks for reading the post... All I want is a pull to see my HP/Torque before I start working on the bike... So unless you have a dyno,
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Most shops are with in a few bucks of each other for a base line dyno pull, call around and see who can take you on a Sat when the weather is getting nicer, that will be a bigger factor than price.


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Most shops are with in a few bucks of each other for a base line dyno pull, call around and see who can take you on a Sat when the weather is getting nicer, that will be a bigger factor than price.
Agreed. But if you are also looking for more than just the numbers, I would recommend Rick's place RNR. My experience is that there is no such thing as just a dyno pull with him. There is always hidden HP available with minor tweaks and loads of solid advice.
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NOTE the FREE dyno runs....

http://www.dynojet.com/maps/bikedynos/md.htm

'cuz in MD I don't think you get jacked 'cuz of the weather...


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I would go with Shawn from Cycle Connection. His number 301 253-8881.

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NOTE the FREE dyno runs....

http://www.dynojet.com/maps/bikedynos/md.htm

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Is that anywhere near where we will be tomorrow?
addy is in the link I posted


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Robert, cycle connection is right by my house, if you're going up there tomorrow let me know, I'll meet you there. It's a pretty tiny shop, run outta a gas station.
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It's been moved now... It's in Gaithersburg MD now, and a much bigger shop now.


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