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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 11:15 AM Thread Starter
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Dyno Tuning Shop in the Los Angeles area???

Anyone know of a worthy Dyno Tuning Shop in the Los Angeles area?
Perhaps a shop that has experience tuning the S1000RR. I just ordered an exhaust. I'm going to be installing it myself.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 11:54 AM
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In West LA, West Coast GP Cycles

The specialize in custom tuning.
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In West LA, West Coast GP Cycles

The specialize in custom tuning.
They do not have a Dyno.

Lee's Cycles is about the best you will find to tune an S1000RR in Southern California. They are in San Diego.

Are you remapping for race gas? Because I installed an Arrow EVO2 full exhaust without the professional tuner and the bike runs fine.
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They do not have a Dyno.

Lee's Cycles is about the best you will find to tune an S1000RR in Southern California. They are in San Diego.

Are you remapping for race gas? Because I installed an Arrow EVO2 full exhaust without the professional tuner and the bike runs fine.
is their site out of date? says right on there that they have a dynojet 250

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I took my GSXR 2006 to get dyno'd and tuned at West Coast GP Cycles a couple years back and didn't like my experience there. Also the shop looked a complete mess and very unorganized.

I use my S1000RR on the streets and will be taking it to some Track Days.

And no, not remapping it for race gas. I picked up a Brock's 14" Alien head full exhaust on a whim. I got a great deal that I couldn't pass up.
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bumppp. anyone else? getting my austin racing exhaust in about a week.!
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