I'm located in North Central WV and i'm looking for a reputable place to get a PC3 tune. I'm about 70 miles south of Pittsburgh and don't mind riding for a few hours to get there.
Thanks, I did that, but wanted to get some feedback on the quality of work some of those shops do. I like to have a little peace of mind before shelling out any cash and having someone that I don't know work on any of my toys.Ohio has some shops that I know of but I don't know any in Pittsburgh area, sorry. You could always go to the power commander web site and search for dyno shops.
There's not any one in particular. I just want to find a reputable shop that knows what they're doing to tune my bike. Preferably as close as possible to Morgantown, WV...any specific shop you're contemplating? Maybe someone on the board might recognize the name...
I live south of Pittsburgh and am planning to have my '04 custom tuned at the end of the season. The techies at West Hills Honda in Moon Township PA have been recommended to me. I've spoken to Eric, who is DynoJet certified and works on 'busas. See their website, westhills-honda.com.I'm located in North Central WV and i'm looking for a reputable place to get a PC3 tune. I'm about 70 miles south of Pittsburgh and don't mind riding for a few hours to get there.
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