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good place in Colorado for dyno tuning & mapping??

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old Jan 5th, 2010, 1:57 pm
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dyno tune in colorado

Take your bike to Boulder Motorsports, very professional. I'm sure you'll be satisfied with there work. Tell them Johnny I sent you.
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Yes, Boulder Motorsports is the place to go.

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I've had very good luck with Bart, Nick, Clint and the boys at Faster Motorsports in Denver over the years- just another option.

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Boulder Motorsports has a great shop and they are very qualified, but I am going to give a +1 to Bart at Faster Motorsports. They do a lot of things, but suspension setup and dyno tuning is their speciality. Let us Colorado guys know what you end up doing.

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My 04 749s with a GPR slip on made better all around power on the dyno with the stock ecu vs. PC.
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interesting, knowing at least one other person with better numbers using stock ecu allows for a little more peace of mind. input appreciated johnny
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