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GP-FLHR
05-17-2012, 04:44 PM
Any one know of a good place to get a Dyno tune with a PC-V not to far from Lansing?

Gas Man
05-17-2012, 05:37 PM
Could check out Back Draft...

Only thing is they are using a SuperFlow NOT a dynojet, so the measurement of hp is a bit different and typically reads a bunch lower. Doesn't affect the performence, just the penis measuring.

GP-FLHR
05-17-2012, 06:16 PM
Thanks, I already called them, I was going there Tomorrow but he is taking off early to ride up to the Bridge. So I will try them next week. I'm looking for as many as I can find that isn't a Harley dealer.

Kosher
05-17-2012, 09:43 PM
Dont know anything about these guys, but they are in Edmore, about an hour from Lansing http://www.midmichigancustomsinc.com/dynopage.htm

B (http://www.midmichigancustomsinc.com/dynopage.htm)ut if you go that far, you can just as easily go to http://www.stevensoncycle.com in Wayne.

Gas Man
05-17-2012, 10:58 PM
I like Stevenson cycle but the owners are... um... less than desireable. Last time I heard the old man is still an ego prick and the son was a drunk. Last I heard...

GP-FLHR
05-18-2012, 09:38 PM
I had my last bike Dyno tune up in Edmore and it didn't go well, so they are off my list. I don't think I will call Stevencycle because of what Gas Man said and I won't drive my bike any place close to Detroit, I don't like all the traffic. Thanks for the suggestions any way.

GP-FLHR
05-18-2012, 09:45 PM
Could check out Back Draft...

Only thing is they are using a SuperFlow NOT a dynojet, so the measurement of hp is a bit different and typically reads a bunch lower. Doesn't affect the performence, just the penis measuring.

Jason at Back Draft said they would do a base run first to see what I have now, so it should still show any hp gains just the same. From what you said it sounds like the SuperFlow is just as good, but just different then the DynoJet is that right?...Thanks.

Gas Man
05-18-2012, 11:47 PM
Yeah I have a thread here on the difference between the dynos. It's just the difference in measuring of power. Short story. They are using different scales. Almost like one is measuring in standard and the other in metric.