Royal Enfield Interceptor and GT650 twins | Flash Tune | 18-21


Dynobike Pty Ltd is in no way responsible for any modifications to your ECU, electronics, or hardware as a result of a Custom Dyno Tune. These modifications in many cases do not comply with Australian standards, emission,s and noise regulations. They are not legal for road or highway use and if de-restricting a "LAMS" bike it is your responsibility to notify your State/Territory governing body. Dynobike Pty Ltd is not responsible for the fees associated with tampering with emissions and noise regulations whatsoever.
Once you have placed your order. You'll now need to remove your ECU, (check your manual for its location and instructions), pack it carefully and post it to this address Dynobike 1b Winston Court Moorabbin Vic 3189. We will track your order and when the ECU arrives, we'll flash it the same day to suit your modification add any parts as per your order, and return it in an overnight bag. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Dynobike will not be responsible for your ECU if it is not accompanied by the correct paperwork. Due to the large volume of ECUs passing through our Tech department you are required to include a copy of the order when shipping so we can track the ECU and link it to the correct order. It’s as easy as printing out the confirmation email you receive after the order has been processed. If you can’t print it copy the information neatly by hand and include the order number. If you didn’t receive the confirmation order, log back into the online store and copy the order neatly by hand, and include the order number. If neither is possible call Dynobike for further instructions before posting your ECU. (Do not post your ECU without the order). Failure to follow these basic instructions will dramatically slow down the process and your order will not be completed without it.


Aussie tunes for Aussie Bikes

Tuning a modern EFI motorcycle can be a minefield. We realize that most Royal Enfield owners are hands-on and want to modify the engine spec in varying degrees, from a camshaft upgrade to the S&S 865 big bore kit and more. So how do you adjust the tune to suit?

The fact is Piggyback modules are expensive and limited in what they can achieve, open to failure at some point, plain and simple old, outdated technology.

So it makes sense to go directly to the source controlling what happens when you turn the key and hit that starter button. The ECU.
We have the perfect Virtual tune for your bike, developed in-house by our professional tuner.
No need to buy anything else, after all, you just need a Pro tune so you can turn that key and ride with complete confidence.

More power, more torque, improved throttle response, lower engine temp, consistently smooth power delivery. Ship your ECU to us today for a fast turnaround.

Tuners notes: This tune does not comply with Australian regulations and is not suitable for road use. It is not legal for restricted license holders to ride this bike on Australian roads or highways.

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Make Model Year
Royal Enfield 650 Interceptor 2018 - 2021
Royal Enfield 650GT 2018 - 2021

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