Book a service and get $250 off a custom tune!

  By simply booking your motorcycle in for a full service you can additionally save a massive $250 on a Custom Dyno tune.   This is a fantastic offer, not to be missed. You'll have to move fast to ensure that you do not miss out. Book your motorcycle in today via the...


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Dynobike Dyno Day

The dust has now settled from our Summer Dyno Day..... It was great to see everyone there and run some beautiful machinery over the Dyno. I’ve posted photos and videos on Facebook so go and check it out. By the way its been made clear to me that many of you...


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Dyno Tuning Article Part IV

Dos and Don'ts for Motorcycle Power Commander Systems Last week was all about finding and rectifying problems. This week is the fun part where we will to tune a stock bike as the manufacturer designed it to be but can't quite do it due to compliance issues. Before we do though,...


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Motorcycle Tuning Part III

Using the Dyno and reading the information Ducati Misfire Let's take a closer look at last week's problems and see how they are solved. The Ducati 999 was interesting because as we noted last week there was more than one possible cause contributing to the problem. An obvious cause of a misfire...


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Motorcycle Dyno Tuning Part II

Dyno Tuning Part 2. Using the Dyno and reading the information Now that we know how important the Dyno is in checking a bike’s all round health (assuming, that is, that you've read the previous article), let’s take a look at reading the information it provides and dissect the important stuff...


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Motorcycle Dyno Tuning Part I

Dynos - so what do they really do? Part One Suzuki on the Dyno Aside from measuring horse power what use is dyno tuning? If you go back 30 years nobody supposedly needed one to tune a bike, it was all done by the seat of the pants, reading spark plug colour and a...


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Confessions of a Well-Seasoned Motorcycle Mechanic

A lot has changed in the automotive industry since I first started out as an apprentice motorcycle mechanic 35 years ago – I’ve seen and learned a lot. In fact, not a day goes by that I don’t find myself still learning something. In the last 10-15 years motorcycles...


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