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Dyno Tuner in Oklahoma?

Hey guys, I'm still in search of a good dyno tuner in Oklahoma. I figured I'd have to drive an hour and half South to Oklahoma City to get it done. I'm beginning to think I'll have to ride my bike for 5 hours South to Dallas, where I'm originally from, to get it done. I would also like to get my ECU flashed too. I have a Bazzaz Z-Fi and Z-AFM. I want a few maps made.

I've been checking out Woolich Racing and they have several packages available. I want to be able to tune and adjust my Traction C9ntrol, but from what their website says, I have to purchase the more expensive one that comes with 3 BIN files to tune 3 different bikes. I dint need to tune 3 bikes, just the one. I'll probably post this topic elsewhere.

But back to the dyno tuning. I want someone who will really put some work and time in it. Different throttle positions and RPM calls for a different AFR, not the same AFR across the board. I want someone to find that. I found a guy who is good, but he does more Busa'Busa's than anything else. He builds 500hp turbo bikes. He said he would do it, but I'd have ro buy the flashing equipment and kit and he would do dyno and map my bike for free. He doesn't have it for my bike. Said it would be about $400. Or maybe he said $500.. I don't want to have to pay that much just for and dyno tune, but I can see that he doesn't want to be that invested in something he might use just once since he does the bigger bikes

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Looks like there are 6 in Oklahoma City and one further north in Enid... Sucks you have to live up there in that shit hole. Everything is better south of the Red River (dental care included), but you already knew that.

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Good luck tuning the TC! I've helped develop a Bazzaz TC map on my GSXR and am taking it very slowly with the ECU map. It's pretty complex even though I have a few racer developed files to play with.

With the AFM you won't need a dyno tune for awhile. Get the basic derestrictions flash and hook up your AFM to get a good base tune with your target AFR. Then a tuner can refine that for a few more horses.
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Looks like there are 6 in Oklahoma City and one further north in Enid... Sucks you have to live up there in that shit hole. Everything is better south of the Red River (dental care included), but you already knew that.

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Yeah, I know it's better south. Me living up here is only temporary. I miss Dallas so bad. There's not a Dyno for bikes here in Enid unfortunately. We only have one bike dyno in town and they only do Harley's. I would have heard about it being the Sales Manager at the local Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha dealership. I looked at that company that's listed and I've never heard of them. The model of Dyno that like says they have is a 248x which is a 2 wheel dyno, so it's for cars. I think it's the diesel tuner called Smokin' Okie Deisel. I see their name all over big ass trucks here. It's actually only a few blocks away from where I live.

It's hard trying to find a good sportbike tuner in Oklahoma. I think I'm just gonna have to trailer in to Dallas

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Good luck tuning the TC! I've helped develop a Bazzaz TC map on my GSXR and am taking it very slowly with the ECU map. It's pretty complex even though I have a few racer developed files to play with.

With the AFM you won't need a dyno tune for awhile. Get the basic derestrictions flash and hook up your AFM to get a good base tune with your target AFR. Then a tuner can refine that for a few more horses.
I want to have the ability to dial down the TC. It kicks in way too much just in a straight line, especially with the -1/+2 sprocket change. I never use TC2. I'm either in TC1 or TC3 for when it's raining, never in TC2.

I know my AFM is doing the work of getting my bike to the AFR I'm telling it to, but I want a dyno and a tuner to figure out what AFR is the most efficient and effective way of getting power. Efficiency changes through the Rev range requiring a different AFR at say 5krpm vs 12krpm. That and I don't really know if my bike makes more power at 12.5 AFR or 12.9 AFR. My map could be at 12.9 starting out and end up at 12.5 as the RPM increases; it riches up. No way to tell unless I get it on the dyno.

I also want to check the accuracy of the AFM. It doesn't seem right to me. It's always making erratic changes. I have a map switch selector. Map 1 is a modified downloaded map from someone else. Map 2 is the one I work on. I'll be driving down the road and keep it at a constant throttle. I'll switch to Map 1 and the bike starts to accelerate a little and then I realize that it was choking a little. So Map 1 seems to be better. That's why I need it on a dyno. I need to find out the right AFR for efficiency

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