Adding performance to a motorcycle is expensive. Before I put my bike on the dyno, I installed the Woolich Autolog. It was an epic piece of kit! My only problem was that I am not much of a computer person and in a short amount of time I realized that it was my poor learning curve keeping my bikes performance from reaching it's potential. With all that international shipping stuff going on and no way for a dyno and your persistence, that might be an excellent way to go. Either way, SBK and Duckman are fantastic resources, they live this stuff everyday. Oh, the cheapest solution would be to enjoy the bike stock, it still is a great bike that way.So yes, I'd love to get the reflash, but with the high and really undeterminable TOTAL cost for ME (as opposed to a more typical U.S. based buyer), and the hassles involved, I'm just having trouble justifying doing it. If the cost were lower, and also determinable in advance, I'd be tempted, just because I normally favour the BEST solution. But so far, there just seem to be too many obstacles to deal with to make it attractive to me.
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