Dynamometer & Tuning

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If you experience rough idling, high usage fuel, ignition problems or poor performance, you may have a tuning problem.

It’s recommended you have a Dyno tune every 12 months. To prevent unnecessary repair cost due to tuning problems, ask our technicians about a Dyno Tune for your vehicle.

A Dynometer is used to perform a dyno tune. Dyno tuning is a high quality, fine tune up for your engine, providing you with the smoothest and most economical performance possible from your vehicle.

Tuning

Keeping you car tuned is essential to the daily running of your vehicle. A well tuned car is more efficient in fuel and performance, avoiding unnecessary repairs costs.

Car tuning allows the driver to change anything from the engine to the suspension, rendering the car more suitable for the individual driver of the vehicle. Tuning can also increase fuel efficiency by changing or modifying the cars internal parts such as the engine and exhaust, even by lowering the overall weight of the vehicle.

Dyno Tuning with a dynameter

A dynamometer is used to simulate road conditions. It is particularly useful for diagnosing engine management problems on newer vehicles. Using the dynamometer enables the technician to pinpoint problems, for example inadequate fuel flow, poorly flowing injectors and ignition problems. The dynamometer is the only accurate means for setting up carburetor mixtures. Power readings can also be obtained to compare before and after tuning performance and gauge improvements from performance modifications.

Benefits of Dyno Tuning:

  • More Power
  • Maximum Reliability
  • Increase Fuel Economy
  • Improved Throttle Response
  • Avoid unnecessary repair costs