Our dyno is a Dynojet
model 200 upgraded with real time air/fuel ratio monitoring.
We can simulate real driving conditions and replicate the
engine loads that you generate when riding on the road. By
analyzing the exhaust gases we can optimize the fuelling,
increasing performance,improving throttle response, and perhaps
even preventing serious engine damage. The Dyno can help to
accurately diagnose performance or driveability problems in
motorcycles and quads with up to 750bhp. Dyno runs can be
done at speeds up to 200mph, providing safe, reliable road
test simulation. A dyno run with a printout of your bike's
performance costs £30.00 plus VAT. You would have to
make a booking with us to do this.
Each dyno run can
show you not only horsepower and torque, but also exact air/fuel
ratio. This takes the guesswork out of fuelling adjustments.
It is not just about peak horsepower. Driveability, fuel efficiency,
and reliability can all be optimised.
If it's not running
the way it should, and you don't know why, or if you just
want to make sure that new exhaust is really helping, our
dyno will help diagnose problems and optimise the performance
of your motorcycle.We have years of experience on road and
labour rate is £50.00 per hour plus VAT.
hours are 9am until 5pm Tuesday - Saturday.
The graphs below
illustrate just how much benefit can be gained on a customer's
road bike. In this case the bike is a 2002 Yamaha XJR1300
that has a pair of blue flame race cans and with a K&N
air filter fitted.
The red line shows the power produced after a routine service.
The green line above that shows power output after the airbox
was modified, and the blue line is when a Dynojet
kit was fitted and carb jetting and needle position optimized.
It is easy to see the difference in peak output of approximately
ten horsepower, which is fair enough. What is much more impressive
is the gain all the way from 6,500 revs to 10,000 revs. At
9,000 rpm there is a gain of about twenty horsepower, and
by 10,000 rpm there is around twenty-five horsepower gained.
In real-life riding, this would be very noticeable, with overtaking
being quicker, and the rider able to hold each gear much longer
before changing up.
The green area
in the graph below represents the power gained in the early
stages described above, and the blue area shows power output
after all carb modifications were complete. The total power
gained on the dyno is represented by adding the two areas
together. When reading graphs like this, especially for road
bikes, it is important to look at the shape of the area under
the line rather than just the height of the peak.
Whether you run
a standard motorcycle, or a tuned sports model, Dynojet Carburettor
Jet Kits can provide you with a simple and affordable solution
to all your carburation problems. Dynojet Jet Kits increase
power and smoothness throughout the entire rev range, while
maintaining optimum fuel economy. Dynojet
offers a wide range of kits to fit any application. Several
types (stages) of kits are available to fit your specific
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