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Whats the cost of dyno tune for a gsxr 600 2008

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  • tombones May 11, 2010

    "DickCanFixIt" is right. Get a quote so you have no surprises when it comes to pay the bill. Personally, unless you race professionally, the $500 or so for the dyno is money wasted.

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    Depends on where you're located. Every shop charges different rates. Are you going to have them changing jet sizes or other parts between runs? You have to get with the shop and tell them what you want, there is no such thing as a "standard tune". The factory already did that before they shipped it.

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As in using the word "tune" do you tune-UP? If so, you'll be wasting your money without installing a Power Commander at the same time...($200+parts)

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