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So I was thinking of being lazy and having the shop I purchased the bike from do the install of my power commander, exhaust, and dyno tune.

$400 to install the full yoshimura exhaust and power commander
$350 for the custom dyno tune
$229 for 600 mile service


I asked about getting a dyno tune before the stuff was installed, and they said they just install it then do the dyno. That they don't do a dyno to see the performance gains from each newly installed item.

So I guess Ill just install everything myself, and have them do the tune. But won't have numbers after the air filter, power commander, and exhaust to see the gains from each part. Bummer!

Also if they were to install it they don't have any openings until August 12th. The parts have been here for 2 days and I can't believe I've waited this long and not installed them myself.




Question; Should I wait for the 600 miles, before I install everything? I'm sitting around 435 at the moment.
 

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$400 to install the full yoshimura exhaust and power commander
$350 for the custom dyno tune
$229 for 600 mile service

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Anything that deals with electrical will be a fortune. $400 is kind of crazy! As for the tune, are there any other shop that does tuning? You can always wait for maps be available for download. $400 can get you a set of rubber and a few other things. i.e exhaust protector, block off plates, exhaust hanger, and better brakes! haha

I'd say wait after 600 miles service to install the parts since you're not that far off from it.
 

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I'm not sure if it's just where I live but that seems expensive for first service as well. I live in Canada and we all know our "loonie" has not been doing very well lately, and even so I only paid $168 after taxes for my first service, seems like yours will cost almost double.
 

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I'm not sure if it's just where I live but that seems expensive for first service as well. I live in Canada and we all know our "loonie" has not been doing very well lately, and even so I only paid $168 after taxes for my first service, seems like yours will cost almost double.
That's one thing that I've been worried about. I don't really want to shell out a bunch of money for the first service. Might as well take advantage of the economy though, :)
 

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I paid $168 for my first service as well here in California. Hopefully you can talk to them to get the first service cheaper.
 

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Alright place can't get me in on the dyno to get base numbers until late next week.

So forget base numbers. I'm going to go ahead and install the stuff today/now.
 
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