There are two basic ways to tune an engine: by the seat of your pants or Dyno. If you want to be absolutely sure that your engine is performing correctly and safely, you’ll want to Dyno tune it. We use the latest technology and know-how to get the most from your engine… safely.
Our Dyno technicians are fully certified and factory trained TECHNO RESEARCH specialists.
TECHNO RESEARCH tune builder allows us to give your vehicle a tune-up of unparalleled quality, providing you with the smoothest, most economical performance possible from your motorcycle.
Dyno Tuning To Diagnose Problems
Today’s Dynamometers do a lot more than just give you the horsepower and torque readings. Not only are they used for tuning but they can also be a very useful tool in diagnosing problems with your bike in a controlled environment. We can check your air-fuel mixture, timing, clutch slippage, how your sprockets are holding up, if your speedo and tach are calibrated properly, replicate a problem you may be having out on the road, and much, much more.
What is a Dyno Tune?
Simply put, a dyno tune makes adjustments to your bikes fuel/air and ignition to achieve the best possible cruising for every day riding and the most possible horsepower and torque. By having your bike Professionally tuned we are able to optimize the air/fuel ratio throughout the RPM and throttle position range which allows us to give you the most power possible and still get good fuel mileage.
Should You Have Your Bike Tuned?
For the most part, any motor that has had changes made to the air filter system, muffler and / or exhaust headers will most likely need to have some kind of fuel management installed and tuned. The bikes coming out of the factory are already lean to meet EPA standards so even a stock bike without any changes will benefit from some sort of fuel management, not only will you gain in performance but it will assist in making the motor last longer by running cooler and correctly.