Hooray! I have been going to this shop in Las Vegas, NV, for several years and always loved the professional expertise there. Dale, the owner, agreed to help with my Tune ECU. So, here's how it went. He ran the bike on my chosen map and tracked where it was running lean/rich. Then I saved that map file with a new name on MY computer and he tweaked it right on my computer, I then saved the file, and downloaded it to the bike, and he'd run it again.. we did that about 4-5 times.
So, until he figures out TUNE ECU and gets it into his dyno computer (he's very protective about his Dyno computer for good reason) you'll have to bring you own lap-top and your own cable..
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