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I went over to RC Cycles in Danville today and asked how much for Dyno Tuning he said $325 or $375 (I cant really remember because as soon as 300 came out I tuned him out) I asked how long it would take he said 1 hour. Now I have no problem paying for a service I want and (possibly) need but 300+ an hour???? Does anyone know a Dyno tuner in the East bay area or Northern Cali?? I am avoiding the dealer because when I called and asked if mufflers and a powercommander would void my warranty he said "YES." He went on to coment that even the work the dealer does could "possibly" void the warranty. So now I am buying doubles of the stock stuff so if I have an issue I can make it stock and get the warranty done. Thanks
 

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$395 is the common price here.. However to tune your bike will not just take an hour if it is done properly. If you are just tweaking an already tuned bike, then yes. But if you are building a custom map, that will take a few hours at least. You are also are paying for machine time, not just labor time.

My tuner spent about 5 hours tuning mine.. There are a lot of variables they need to look at..
 

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Wassup guys...
I'm in Union city (next to Fremont). I have a DX. If you guys are down to ride, let me know...
 
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