Originally Posted by BlackTigNYC
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.