What is it and what is it for? The dynamometer is a professional tool that measures the real power of the motorcycle expressed in HP-KW and the torque nM in the rear wheel, as well as the engine, power losses from the engine to the wheel, and the exact fuel mixture. Our stand is one of the most accurate on the market, its measurement error is 0.1 percent. These numbers are accurate, calculated using several live parameters while testing the motorcycle. These figures are different from the figures declared by the manufacturers or which are in the technical characteristics of the motorcycle. The reason for this is that the manufacturer does not test the power of the motorcycle to the rear wheel, when creating a motorcycle, only the motorcycle engine is tested on a special dynamometer intended only for engines. In this way, the exact power to the crankshaft is determined. When measuring power on a bike dyno, power is measured to rear wheel, which is what you have in real conditions. Don't be mistaken, if your tech passport says 100kw, you really don't have this power in the rear wheel in the standard configuration.
With its help, we very accurately determine the real power of the motorcycle and the fuel mixture. The fuel mixture is a critical factor that determines both the power and dynamics of the motorcycle, the way it responds to the throttle. We can perfectly adjust the motorcycle, its fuel mixture, remove all power drops and lags. After the work done, the motorcycle runs much better and more evenly and efficiantly. The engine works with the most suitable fuel mixture, the motorcycle not only becomes easier to control, but in this way the engine resource is also extended. We program motorcycles on ordinary 95-98 octane fuel, as well as on ethanol, E85. We have the ability to program MULTIMAPS, that is when the motorcycle has the ability to run correctly on two fuels at the same time.
Atmospheric engine adjustment and fuel mixture correction. We adjust all motorcycles with an electronic ignition system, the control units of which can be programmed. On average, since 2003