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Dyno Tuning

Dyno Run with Horespower, Torque, and Air Fuel Ratio   $100

Single Cylinder V-Twin Custom Map  $300

Dual Cylinder V-Twin Custom Map     $400

Standard Map Inline 4 Custom Map   $350

 

PLEASE READ:

Tuning a closed course racing motorcycle can be a time consuming process.  Just like so many other tasks being organized is very important to save as much time and money as possible.   I thought I'd go through some of our checklist items here to help out the understanding of the process of tuning a racebike.                                          

1.  On twin cylinder motorcycles the exhaust needs to have O2 sensors compatible with the tuning system.  Wide band sensors are typically 18mmx1.50 and this is what we typically use as that is what our Dynojet 250i is set up for.  Rapid bike uses the newer stock 14mm O2 sensors that come on many of the bikes.  I would still suggest that you have the 18mm on there also so you can check.  There are also adapter but some of them can be space restrictive due to their bulk and odd angles.  Before we tune will need to get O2 sensors sceduled for being welded and the cost of parts and services needs to be estimated.  This can push a deadline back a few days if not carefully considered. This is often overlooked by less experienced guys and by experienced guys who just plain forget the complexity of tuning.

2.  Autotuning systems can be used if requested but we still need to check the tune with our calibrated sensors and this needs to be estimated.  If we can't check then there is no guarantee the tune has been set correctly by the autotuning device.  Some systems can give false readings and make the fuel mixture dangerously lean which can lead to preignition and detonation.  Unfortunately if your autotuning system fails it is not warrantied by us but that will have to be taken up by the manufacturer.

3.  All engine builds will need the tune checked after breakin on the dyno whether it is a refresh or we installed pistons, big valves, cams, etc.  It is highly probable that the tune will need adjusted because our engine building program almost always optmizes the pumping effeciency of the engine even if when we don't use trick parts.  The cost of tuning after engine builds should be estimated and the Tuning System and 02 sensors ready to rock. 

4.  If your bike already had a bunch of issues before we are tuning, then those are most likely going to take time and money to get corrected.  Believe it or not, if your bike has an idle issue or a rough running issue it is often unrelated to the Tuner but actually a sensor or connector or any number of other issues.  That is why someone from our service team takes it for a ride and evaluates it before we tune it.  If it has idle issues or rough running not related to the Tuner then we will give you an estimate to correct these issues and keep you in the loop.

5.  Also, if things that we did not put on start falling off the bike then we have to shut the dyno down and fix the bike.  We reserve the right to charge UP TO one hour to fix without calling to get authorization.  This cripples the flow of the tech and he just needs to fix it and get back to the run.  We will not charge one hour of it takes only 15 minutes.  If your bike springs a leak due to poor workmanship by another shop or person we reserve the right to charge UP TO 2 hours to disassemble and clean the dyno.

6.  Our prices for dyno tuning on the website are with bodywork off.  We need the bodywork off to get the cooling fans into place and to get to the tach pickup as well as other electronics and wiring of the motorcycle and Tuner.  We will give you an estimate to remove bodywork based on Year, Make, and Model.

 

Ducati Indianapolis currently supports Dynojet Power Commander, Bazzaz FI, Rexxer, Tuneboy, Rapid Bike, Microtec, and more!

To schedule Dyno time or discuss Dyno time please call us at 317 337 1098 or Click here to fill out a Service Request.

Dyno Tuning

Dyno Run with Horespower, Torque, and Air Fuel Ratio   $100

Single Cylinder V-Twin Custom Map  $300

Dual Cylinder V-Twin Custom Map     $400

Standard Map Inline 4 Custom Map   $350

 

PLEASE READ:

Tuning a closed course racing motorcycle can be a time consuming process.  Just like so many other tasks being organized is very important to save as much time and money as possible.   I thought I'd go through some of our checklist items here to help out the understanding of the process of tuning a racebike.                                          

1.  On twin cylinder motorcycles the exhaust needs to have O2 sensors compatible with the tuning system.  Wide band sensors are typically 18mmx1.50 and this is what we typically use as that is what our Dynojet 250i is set up for.  Rapid bike uses the newer stock 14mm O2 sensors that come on many of the bikes.  I would still suggest that you have the 18mm on there also so you can check.  There are also adapter but some of them can be space restrictive due to their bulk and odd angles.  Before we tune will need to get O2 sensors sceduled for being welded and the cost of parts and services needs to be estimated.  This can push a deadline back a few days if not carefully considered. This is often overlooked by less experienced guys and by experienced guys who just plain forget the complexity of tuning.

2.  Autotuning systems can be used if requested but we still need to check the tune with our calibrated sensors and this needs to be estimated.  If we can't check then there is no guarantee the tune has been set correctly by the autotuning device.  Some systems can give false readings and make the fuel mixture dangerously lean which can lead to preignition and detonation.  Unfortunately if your autotuning system fails it is not warrantied by us but that will have to be taken up by the manufacturer.

3.  All engine builds will need the tune checked after breakin on the dyno whether it is a refresh or we installed pistons, big valves, cams, etc.  It is highly probable that the tune will need adjusted because our engine building program almost always optmizes the pumping effeciency of the engine even if when we don't use trick parts.  The cost of tuning after engine builds should be estimated and the Tuning System and 02 sensors ready to rock. 

4.  If your bike already had a bunch of issues before we are tuning, then those are most likely going to take time and money to get corrected.  Believe it or not, if your bike has an idle issue or a rough running issue it is often unrelated to the Tuner but actually a sensor or connector or any number of other issues.  That is why someone from our service team takes it for a ride and evaluates it before we tune it.  If it has idle issues or rough running not related to the Tuner then we will give you an estimate to correct these issues and keep you in the loop.

5.  Also, if things that we did not put on start falling off the bike then we have to shut the dyno down and fix the bike.  We reserve the right to charge UP TO one hour to fix without calling to get authorization.  This cripples the flow of the tech and he just needs to fix it and get back to the run.  We will not charge one hour of it takes only 15 minutes.  If your bike springs a leak due to poor workmanship by another shop or person we reserve the right to charge UP TO 2 hours to disassemble and clean the dyno.

6.  Our prices for dyno tuning on the website are with bodywork off.  We need the bodywork off to get the cooling fans into place and to get to the tach pickup as well as other electronics and wiring of the motorcycle and Tuner.  We will give you an estimate to remove bodywork based on Year, Make, and Model.

 

Ducati Indianapolis currently supports Dynojet Power Commander, Bazzaz FI, Rexxer, Tuneboy, Rapid Bike, Microtec, and more!

To schedule Dyno time or discuss Dyno time please call us at 317 337 1098 or Click here to fill out a Service Request.

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