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Hands down the best way to tune your victory 106

We are now a technoresearch tuning facility for your victory 106 cubic inch motorcycle.

We perform ecu flash tuning on your bike to dial in all of its potential and components. From a complete stock to a full performance built engine, we will directly tune your victory at the ecu level rather than adding additional devices piggybacked. Which will fail eventually.

We utilize data collection from our wide band sensor setup and software to collect, translate and transform your bikes fueling and ignition to it's peak performance.

We also offer remote tuning nationally for your victory if our shop is a bit to far.



Call us at (832) 473-2959

to schedule your next tune!!
 

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Been thinking about one of those if I ever get into tuning. Just bought the bike and it's all stock.
Not as easy as my last bike with carb.
 

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Funny how many cheap charleys are out there that want the Max but don't want to pay for the tune. Just send them a map is all they want
 

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Needs wide band 02 sensors?
 

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Needs wide band 02 sensors?
Only during the tuning process. Which I provide as part of the remote tuning service. Including shipping fees to and from you in the Cont. US

Also offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If not happy with tune, I will unflash your bike to original so no trace of tune left behind, and will refund your money once kit and Maximus are received back.
 

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The big question, price.
 

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Absolutely
 

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Getting it done
 

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Niceeeee

Andre using TaPaTaLk
 

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Quick question I have the Power Commander V and when it was installed the installer took our the original O2 sensors. Do i need them if I go to MAXIMUS
 

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Quick question I have the Power Commander V and when it was installed the installer took our the original O2 sensors. Do i need them if I go to MAXIMUS
I always recommend them, but not 100% required.
 

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is this same as PCVX
 

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Similar, but not same. Each uses it’s own proprietary software version.
and how do the end results compare,
Im gonna have to go with something and its clear the PCV trip is outdated.
If theres a better way to get a perfect result then Im in.
Guess I really need to talk to my tuner here.
 

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If you don't have Winpep 8 and Power Tune on the dyno. The PCVX is a great big pain in the dick to tun

Maximus is WAY more user friendly
 
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$375 for remote tuning service.
is that all up?...full cost?..everything?
think Id still prefer a meticulous tune on the dyno for a modded engine.
 
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