Talk to Tri-State racing or Nicks Performance Tuning instead man. Much better customer service and far more aggressive tuning if you want to actually have a fast bike vs something just above average.
What i was about to say. If you're that uncomfortable doing the flashing (could teach my dog how probably) yourself then maybe stick with a canned tune.Aggressive mail order tunes, nothing could go wrong there.
That wasn't always the case. When Woolich was just 1 man working out of his basement, he allowed you to flash as many Kawasaki ECUs as many times as you wanted. He later figured out in order to stay in business he had to change his business model, BUT he honored his as many time as you want promise to people that originally bought in under it. I still have unlimited flashing on Gen 3 and Gen 4. I never have flashed any ECUs but my own.Diy is always the best way, just sucks that some companies limit you to one ecu,my hayabusa flashing software i can do as many as i want
You can buy a credit for $100 to do an additional bike. If you had say, an S1000RR, you spend $800+ per bike. Woolich has to make their money back somehow. They can't sell a box and then have one guy doing flashes for the whole city.Boost by Smith module, ecu editor, I feel if I buy a product I should be able to use it as I want, just not a fan of restricting to one ecu. Maybe if a business buys it to make slot of money that's different but if I wanna flash a friend's ecu I should be able to