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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 09:10 AM Thread Starter
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Need a Good Tuner in the Denver area

I've got a 2012 CVO Maple with power duals, monster rounds, rsd a/c, and a thunder max. I,m looking to do some engine mods with tman. His advise was to get a good tune before I do anything else. So I'm looking for a good tuner in the Denver Area/Northern Colorado.

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I use Wayne at Sun Harley in Thornton. He did my cams and I,m getting ready to have him do my heads. He is good with the harley race tuner and dyno. Not sure how he is with other tuners. He has seminars a couple of times a year on tuning. I,ve heard Roadies in Arvada is another good one. I had Ray at twin light performance do the cams in my 02 Road King and I was happy with him also. Good luck

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I've got a 2012 CVO Maple with power duals, monster rounds, rsd a/c, and a thunder max. I,m looking to do some engine mods with tman. His advise was to get a good tune before I do anything else. So I'm looking for a good tuner in the Denver Area/Northern Colorado.
I know Tman has forgotten more about engine mods than I will ever learn, but I will have to disagree. I would get the bike tuned after the mods, if not you're going to be paying twice for a tune, if you're making changes what difference does it make what the bike is doing now? I'm all for a before and after comparison, but the average price for a tune is $300, and I myself wouldn't pay that amount of money just to see where the bike was at before the changes. Where it's at is right now they way the T-Max has it and you have been riding it, so dyno it that way.

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