What is a Dyno Tune?
A dyno tune is where you make adjustments to your motorcycles key aspects such as, ignition, fuel level and air supply. With these adjustments, your bike will perform at top notch with achieving highest horse power levels and showcase some serious torque all while maintaining optimal air fuel ratio.
How do you know you need a Dyno Tune?
Any motorcycle engine that has been modified previously should receive a Dyno Tune. It makes no difference if your bike is aspirated or injected.
What kinds of bikes can be Dyno-Tuned?
Any type of motorcycle can be tuned! Although we specialize in Harley-Davidson®, we won’t turn you away if you have a different brand of motorcycle. Currently our Dyno does all makes and models on two wheels only.
Who is authorized to run the Dyno-Tuner?
We have a credibility service department that has been trained and authorized to run the dynamometer (Dyno). These technicians have been trained in all of the latest and new software options as well.
How long does it take to Dyno-Tuned a motorcycle?
The time may vary depending on your motorcycle. All motorcycles are built differently so depending on your type of engine, it may take longer than another type of engine. We do not charge more than four hours of service labor for normally aspirated fuel-injected (two hours of service labor for normal carbureted) Harley-Davidson® motorcycles. For non-Harley-Davidson® brand motorcycles, we ask that you call and talk to our Service Department.
Are there requirements my motorcycle must meet to be Dyno-Tuned?
We ask that your motorcycle is in good, working condition before running on the Dyno. For example, if your tires, belt, etc. are in poor condition, your motorcycle may fail. However, we do not want that for you and your motorcycle, so make sure to keep your motorcycle happy!
Get your motorcycle Dyno-Tuned Today! You will be glad you did!
Gatto Harley-Davidson proudly serves Tarentum, Greensburg, New Kensington, Lower Burrell, Plum, North Versailles, Swissvale, Pittsburgh, Monroeville, Pitcairn, and Munhall, Pennsylvania.