Coming to the Sturgis Rally / Black Hills Rally?
With our state of the art Dynojet Dyno model 250i,
we are able to Tune, Diagnose, and Fix almost any
running issues your motorcycle may have, whether
it’s carbureted or fuel injected. Here are some
commonly asked questions and answers about Dyno tuning.
Why should I have my bike Dyno tuned?
Dynotuning isn't just for measuring Horsepower and
Torque, it gives our factory trained dyno technician
the ability to map and adjust fuel levels at any rpm
and throttle position. We all know that performance
upgrades are not cheap! With that said, what if I
told you that you weren’t getting the most out of
Can Dyno tuning improve fuel mileage?
YES! Even on a stock bike you may notice that you’re
not getting as many MPG’s as your friend who has the
same exact bike. This is because every bike runs
differently, yet they all come with the same factory
set map. Dynotuning can greatly increase fuel mileage
in this case. Another common issue is after installing
a set of exhaust or other performance upgrade. Many
people say “that’s normal”, however, you should not
notice a great decrease in fuel mileage, if you do,
it’s normally because of either not being tuned, or
having a bad tune. We’ve seen gains of as much as
20MPG’s with just a quick and easy dynotune.
Are all “Dynos” the same?
Absolutely not! Please be advised that many shops
are currently using old or outdated equipment and
software that are just not suited to do the job
correctly. Here at Dakota V-Twin we house a state of
the art Dynojet Dynamometer model 250i with load
capabilities, an air/fuel ratio “EGA” machine, using
Winpep7, and always being connected through Tuning
Link, which is a very necessary program that still
today, most tuning centers do not have.