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Dyno Shop Sought in Bay Area Ca.

Discussion in 'Racing' started by Tonerjockey, Jun 19, 2016.

  1. Tonerjockey

    Tonerjockey High Miler GT Contributor

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    I am looking for a service shop with a dyno in the SF Bay Area in California.

    I found a couple shops with dynos but am having a strangely difficult time getting the owners of the shops to commit to run the bike on their dyno...

    I want to run the V7 Sport, as is, one time to get a benchmark. Then I will change advance curves via the Stache digital controller, and run it again.

    My goal is to see at what RPM the HP is max. I am not concerned at this time about how much HP it is making.... just WHERE it is.

    Any Guzzi friendly shops around these parts with a dyno that want to make easy money for 1/2 hour of minimum effort?

    Lemme know,

    Thanks!

    Alex
     
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    makarushka Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    I very highly recommend talking directly with Marc Salvisberg at Factory Pro. They are in San Rafael.
     
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    Tonerjockey High Miler GT Contributor

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    Thanks for the tip Makarushka. I'll add them to the list.
    Todd, good tool there.

    Alex
     
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    Tonerjockey High Miler GT Contributor

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    re: dynojet tool:
    whew what a mess! enter 95116 and get lots of places. Unfortunately:
    SJ Yam-Deceased
    RAM -No Dyno
    RE-Bad Site
    WR-Expired Site
    G Force=Bad Site
    Fastline-Gone (I went out there)

    Hmmm I wonder if this is something of an indicator...

    Alex
     
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    Tonerjockey High Miler GT Contributor

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    Oops looks like I was looking in the wrong place for Fastline. I've used them before for Dyno and liked their service. Took a spin out there (near Tesla) and couldn't find them...Appears I may have been looking in the wrong area.

    Alex Geezeritus Onset
     
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    Tonerjockey High Miler GT Contributor

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    Went out to Helimut to get leathers repaired, took another look for Fastline... Viola right where they were the lasy time I used their dyno...

    Getn' old... not such fun after all
     

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