A dyno is used to measure your horsepower and torque readings to check the condition of your bike.
We can diagnose your bike’s running problems on our dyno. We don’t try to fix your bike by riding it up and down the street.
We also use the dyno to check horsepower and torque; tune for a power commander, Bazzaz, Kawasaki Kit ECU, Yamaha ECU, and Yoshimura Kit box; and map for different fuels.
At Farrell Performance we have a special-built dyno tuning room consisting of:
- Dynojet 250 with the latest software programs
- High-flow air system to produce accurate, repeatable results
- Air/fuel ratio sensor to measure the air/fuel ratio during the dyno run in order to determine if the bike is running correctly. Adjustments need to be made if the ratio is too rich or too lean.
- Aftermarket fuel controller systems
- Race systems
- Kawasaki kit tuning
- Honda HRC tuning
- EM Pro Suzuki
- Yamaha kit tuning
ZX10R Dyno Run
The ECU controls the fuel delivery from various sensors on the bike. That fuel flow is usually much too lean on the ECU factory settings. An air/fuel ratio that is too lean (not enough fuel) can result in shorter engine life. An air/fuel ratio that is too rich (too much fuel) can also result in shorter engine life, as well as waste fuel.
If your want the best tuning for your money, ECU flashing is the way to go.
ECU flashing is different than putting on a Power Commander or Bazzaz unit.
Depending on the model of bike you have, the following can be done with an ECU flash:
- Fuel adjustments per cylinder
- Ignition timing per cyclinder
- Top speed limiter removal