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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-23-2012, 07:59 AM Thread Starter
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TuneEcu Dyno Tuner

Does anyone know if there are any dyno tuners familiar with TuneEcu in the NYC area? I will be doing a few things to my daytona and would like to get something more solid than the generic tunes offered by Triumph.
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Isn't the beauty of Tune ECU the fact that you can program in all sorts of new tunes on your own for free?

If you were going to pay a guy with a dyno a few hundred bucks, you could just get a power commander and maybe the auto tune module to get perfect air/fuel ratios.
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Isn't the beauty of Tune ECU the fact that you can program in all sorts of new tunes on your own for free?

If you were going to pay a guy with a dyno a few hundred bucks, you could just get a power commander and maybe the auto tune module to get perfect air/fuel ratios.
Well it is easy to use and free, however most of the tunes that triumph offers (stock, TOR, and Arrow) are not perfect. They are a good base to start off with, but to get the full potential of the bike you really need to get it dyno tuned. It is simple, but a lot of tuners don't have experience with it.

Any how I found tune that someone with similar mods with the same year/vin range made.
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