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post #1 of 5 Old 09-08-2017, 11:59 AM Thread Starter
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Experienced PCIII Dyno tuner near me...

As the title says, I am looking for an experienced PCIII dyno tuner for my 919 that's fairly close to my location in Redding Ca (between Sacramento and the Oregon border). I used to have my bikes tuned at Mammoth Mototsports in Rohnert park (about 4 hours drive each way) but was looking for someone who KNOWS the 919 and what they are doing with it on the dyno, who may be closer. I am willing however to drive for a quality tune. Standard modification have been done and the bike has 4,300 miles on it.

Have any recommendations? Someone you have used and liked?

2006 Honda 919 TURBO
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post #2 of 5 Old 09-08-2017, 01:16 PM
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Had enough of that yoshi map mate?

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LOL yes and no. Each bike is different, each persons modifications are different, each bike location is different- so why keep the generic map? The yoshi map works pretty good but it is not optimal. I feel like the bike is running rich and has a few notchy spots when cruising. I wanted to get something tailored to my location and riding style. With every bike I build I always use the generic map that is close, and then finally break down and have it tuned. I have yet to be disappointed with a custom map when comparing it to the "general population- blanket" maps out there.

Are you still using the Yoshi map?





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2006 Honda 919 TURBO
2005 Honda 919
2014 Honda CB1000R
2005 Ducati Monster S4R
2000 Honda 750 Nighthawk -Sold
1997 Suzuki DS350SE -Sold
2002 Honda 750 Shadow ACE -Sold
2006 Kawasaki ZX-6R -Sold
2003 Honda CBR954RR (Drag Bike) -Sold
2002 Honda CBR954RR -Sold
1992 Honda 750 Nighthawk -Sold
1972 Honda CB350 -Sold
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Yep I'm still running the Yoshi map. I find it really good. Of all the maps on my setup this has been the best so far. I leaned it out a little down low using the lap top, just to make it a little street friendly. I sort of found all the maps a little "notchy" when cruising. The throttle is very sensitive. Replacing my fork springs has helped. I think I was making small twists off throttle when hitting bumps. Ya know pogo sticks.

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I understand completely. When I tuned my Ducati and my CB1000R I experienced much greater manners. I simply think a custom map is the best money spent on a modified bike. I wonder if LDH has any input on local tuners.

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2005 Honda 919
2014 Honda CB1000R
2005 Ducati Monster S4R
2000 Honda 750 Nighthawk -Sold
1997 Suzuki DS350SE -Sold
2002 Honda 750 Shadow ACE -Sold
2006 Kawasaki ZX-6R -Sold
2003 Honda CBR954RR (Drag Bike) -Sold
2002 Honda CBR954RR -Sold
1992 Honda 750 Nighthawk -Sold
1972 Honda CB350 -Sold
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