Why Dyno?

As an authorized technician for DynoJet and FTECU I’d just like to share some information around random ECU flashing. I’ve been in this industry for almost 30 years. I’ve witnessed some excellent engine modifications and some terrible ones. Unfortunately, anyone with a credit card can purchase engine flashing software but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s being done properly. There are two factors involved with changing the computerized performance of your motorcycle. One is the flash itself and the second is tweaking the results as shown by performing a dyno run. ECU tuning is the art and science of cracking the code that the factory installs in your motorcycle’s brain and giving it an upgrade. Tweaking your ECU means removing things like low RPM power restrictions, closed loop fuel maps, error codes when changing parts, and a slew of other options. It enables you to take a lackluster motorcycle with twitchy throttle control and turn it into that smooth powerful road monster you expected. There are dozens of maps available on in the internet but without the component of dyno tuning your map, optimal results cannot be achieved. As a professional engine tuner, my passion is getting the best out of an engine. Consider your options before spending your money. I have an in house dynamometer and thousands of flashes and happy customers. Text Mike Stronach 604-825-2983 to inquire.

Yamaha FZ09/MT09 & FZ10/MT10 Throttle Issues:

Why should you flash tune your ECU on a Yamaha FZ09/MT09? The most obvious issue arises during on-off throttle transitions. During deceleration, the ECU’s fuel cut functionality turns the fuel injectors off above about 4,500 rpm to reduce fuel consumption and emissions. Solution? A reflash of the ECU with a custom-developed engine map. Because the ECU controls the throttle behavior, fuel injection, and ignition timing, all changes can be made directly inside the ECU without adding additional equipment to the bike.

WMRC Round 1&2

My MAS Dyno will be at Mission Raceway for Westwood Motorcycle Racing Club. Come down and support your local racers. Food truck on site as well.

May 12 2019 : 32670 Dyke Rd , Mission