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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-02-2019, 09:51 AM Thread Starter
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2016 Yamaha R1S Tune

Hi, just got a used 2016 Yamaha R1S with 3k miles and previous owner did a cat delete with a Y mid pipe and a Graves Moto1 can. He told me he had never got around to getting it tuned. I would like to get the ECU flashed and get a custom dyno fuel map on the bike but have no idea where to go to get it done, I live in south Louisiana and from what everyone tells me, there isn’t anyone around here worth a crap. Anyone have any really good recommendations for a really good shop around Louisiana, like in Texas maybe? I want someone that is really good with tuning Yamaha’s and know them well. Thanks in advance!
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Might be a good idea to get your ecu flashed by shipping it to Superbike Unlimited in NC. At least that way you not running with an open exhaust and a stock fuel map, you're most likely running really lean right now.

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Yeah I have thought about that, but I would like to get it custom dyno’d to my bike. I am sure my bike is running lean but it isn’t running hotter than normal. I am willing to load my bike up and make a decent road trip to get it done, just not to sure as to where.
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