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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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Tuneboy and Bazzaz Comparison

Hi all,

Has anyone done the comparison between the Tuneboy and Bazzaz units for the S3?

I'm in the market for one but don't know much about them.

Any help would be great.

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Thanks Ferris.
I had a look at the TuneECU website. So does this mean all I need is the software and no hardware required?
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So why do others such as tuneboy and bazzaz sell modules, if I can simply just use the software from TuneECU? Are the modules better?

Where do I get the cable from?

Thanks.
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So why do others such as tuneboy and bazzaz sell modules
To make money.

Does TuneBoy actually sell a module of some kind nowadays? At least before it was just a very expensive cable, similar to the free TuneECU in functionality.

Piggyback modules are better/easier for inexperienced tuners as they provide possibility to live tune on dyno, and also they have many helper apps for the dyno operator.

As far as end result is concerned tuning bike's own ECU with TuneECU (or TuneBoy if you want to waste your cash) will yield better results. If the tuner knows his trade.

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So why do others such as tuneboy and bazzaz sell modules, if I can simply just use the software from TuneECU? Are the modules better?

Where do I get the cable from?

Thanks.
If your in Sydney you can borrow mine, if you don't want to buy one

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