Originally Posted by Carbon Monoxide
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Here are my thoughts on Dynojet vs. Bazzaz.....
Both companies build a quality product....both companies have great engineers and good technology....... however there is one items that puts Dynojet up on top. It is the industry standard. The parts, service, dynamometers, fuel maps.....basically anything you need or want from them is extremely easy to acquire. With one phone call, email or trip to an authorized dealer and you can immediately fix any problems or tune for power.
It has been tested and tested for years on the street and everybody knows Dynojet. With all of this testing, come reliability. They have spent years and "working out the bugs". Bazzaz has been around for a while however when you talk about Dynojet you are talking about tens of thousands of riders using the product over the coarse of years and years. They are very connected to the street rider and racer alike. Not saying these are reasons to choose one item over the other however they are important.
Ask yourself 3 questions.
What is most important to you in choosing a fuel management system?
If you just want a reliable unit that will allow you to remap the bike easily go Dyanojet.
If you are looking for maybe some additional features like traction control then go with Bazzaz.
What are you using it for?
If you are running around on the street ....at this point I would suggest the DJ unit simply for the fact that it is proven very reliable and almost every decent mechanic knows how to work with Dynojet products.
If you are racing the bike and then both companies will get the job done, It is a matter of what are you and your mechanic use to working with ?
What level of skills do you have?
I would estimate that 9 out of 10 tuner shops know how to use Dynojet products, in fact a majority of them probably have the DJ dynos in house. Bazzaz is growing but you will not have as many tuners familiar with that product. If you are low on the level of mechanical skills and you just want to
download a map and install the unit onto the bike.....and not have to think about it for a long time. Just ride.....I would push you toward the Dynojet.
Either way.... like I said both companies build and design quality product....however just for the fact of it's proven reliability, household name in tuning, and the easy to use components I would edge toward Dynojet. Thats what I have run on my R6 and it has had 0 problems. I feel confident about going out for long rides and if anything breaks it probably will not be my Power Commander. (2 knocks on the wood of my desk).
I am still working with a PC111 but very soon I want to move to a PCV....I have been learning about it and hearing that it is really advance incomparison to the PC111. Thanks, taige
Thats my belief for now. Thanks, taige