WE ARE Your certified dynojet tuning center offering you a state of the art dynojet 250I chassis dyno (aka "the heartbreaker"), a certified technician and also your power commander sales and install center. Now it's time to meet the maN and the maCHINE!
Todd is a certified technician trained by DynoJet Corporation to operate and understand the latest tuning software and equipment for modern fuel injected, as well as carbureted, motorcycles.
We call it the Heartbreaker because we have had folks bring their new 103 ci Harleys in only to find out they are making 62 hp from the factory.
THIS DYNO HAS TUNED MANY MOTORCYCLES THROUGHOUT THE TREASURE VALLEY THAT ARE NOW OPERATING AT THEIR FULLEST POTENTIAL!
WHAT IS A DYNO TUNE?
Simply put: a dyno tune is making adjustments to your bikes ignition, fuel and air supply to achieve the most possible horse power and torque while maintaining optimal air fuel ratio. To do this we use our state of the art DynoJet dynamometer.
what is horsepower, torque and air-fuel ratio?
Horsepower is top speed and torque is what gets us there. Air fuel ratio is how much air and fuel are mixing and entering the combustion chamber . This is how rich or lean the motor is running. Either end of the scale will cost you power, torque, economy and efficiency. If you get the balance too far out on the lean side damage can be done to the motor. If you get unbalanced to the rich side you can foul spark plugs, dilute your oil with gasoline and generally cause a noticeable reduction in performance.
Changing exhaust systems, mufflers, air filters, carburetors and sometimes even spark plugs affect the way a motor performs. While making these changes may seem like the thing to do, one may end up with problems if these are not done properly.
How do I know if i need a dyno tune?
For the most part any motor that has had changes made to the air filter system, muffler and/or exhaust headers most likely will need to be tuned for the components added or changed. It makes no difference if your motorcycle is carbureted or fuel injected; either way it can be dyno tuned.
The Power Commander is a separate unit that is placed in line between the motorcycles wire harness and the on-board ECM. This unit tells the original ECM what changes to make in fuel supply, timing, etc. to achieve the desired and expected results. It acts like an interpreter from one language to another. This actually works very well while leaving the factory ECM unchanged.
what would pro power performance do?
We would suggest that if you are trying to get better performance out of your motorcycle there are several ways to do so. We would recommend the following performance upgrades:
Phase 1: High flow air filter, Power Commander or carburetor re-jetting and performance exhaust. Please note that it is pertinent that you do all three additions in this phase.
Phase 2: Cams
Phase 3: Heads and a big bore kit
By the way: YES we do sell Power Commanders and YES we install them as well.
PRO POWER PERFORMANCE MOTORCYCLE SHOP
1649 N. AMBER STREET, BOISE, IDAHO 208-685-0185