Product reviews, our favorites, and our new products on the market we break down everything that is Dynojet approved for your power sports vehicle here.
O2 sensors may seem like a very small piece of the fuel tuning puzzle, but they’re really one of the key components to keeping your engine optimized. Using the best equipment is essential for optimizing your vehicle but what’s the best option? How do you make that choice and how do they differ? It’s a little complicated but we’ll explain how O2 sensors work, why they’re so important, and whether you want to keep your stock narrowband or upgrade to a wideband sensor.
So you finally have your dream bike and you’re planning your first big road trip. You’ll be on the highway for hours and although you love your bike it wouldn’t be considered a luxury vehicle. Good thing that’s an easy fix with our top 10 comfort upgrades that are perfect for your new touring motorcycle or even smaller performance bikes like the Kawasaki Ninja to give you an added comfort boost. Continue Reading
So you want to take your shop to the next level by installing your very own dynamometer. You can’t just pick the first one you see, there are tons of factors to consider from shop spacing to the vehicles you’ll be tuning.
Luckily, our friends at The Tuning School have a great video that breaks down exactly what you need to figure out before moving forward with your dynamometer purchase.
Not only do they put out educational videos like the one before, but they also have an entire curriculum with seven different course options from beginner to advanced so you can use your dynamometer like the pro you are. Continue Reading
Based on what we’ve seen so far the Power Vision supports most models, so you can read the ECM and start tuning in WinPV right now. The current PV Tune Database and firmware available on the PV Update Client will cover all models, however, there is a new software level for Milwaukee 8 114ci equipped models. Continue Reading