DYNO TUNING IS CHIP TUNING FACTORY OR AFTER MARKET ECU ON A ROLLING ROAD DYNAMOMETER (DYNO).
With 20+ years of experience calibrating all types of engine management systems for all types of vehicles, we have the expertise you need to get the job done right – first time.
We use a professional and proven approach to ensure best performance, reliability, drivability and fuel economy. With our tuning – you really can have it all!
On completion of the dyno tune, road legal vehicles will receive follow up data logging analysis and fine-tuning performed on the road.
MORE POWER, MORE TORQUE,
BETTER FUEL ECONOMY
Want it? Need it? Get it…
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT
- Instantly noticeable increases in power and torque
- Better acceleration
- Improved throttle response
- Smoother power delivery
- Better fuel economy (on most engines)
- A vehicle that’s much more fun to drive!
- A print out or PDF of your car’s results
SUPPORTED AFTERMARKET ECU’S
- Apexi Power FC
- Life Racing
- Link Engine Management
Plus more, please ask
SUPPORTED FACTORY ECU’S
LISTED VIA CONTROL UNIT MANUFACTURER
- AC Delco
OUR DYNO CELL
We’ve invested in a state of the art dyno cell to ensure we can offer the highest quality tunes. Our sound proofed cell boasts our 2WD / 4WD eddy current roller dyno using the finest combination of German engineering and Australian technology uniquely customised by us.
Our dyno can support in excess of 1200hp /1700Nm @300kph per roller set meaning 2400hp / 3400Nm in 4WD.
Our dyno control system samples the roller speed at a super fast 100 times per roller rotation, meaning we can perfectly match the roller speeds via precise retarder control on a 4WD vehicle. This means no 4WD drivetrain issues as commonly associated with un-coupled dynos.
Vehicle exhaust and cooling is taken care of via two large industrial fans moving almost 25,000 litres of air per second.
DYNO TUNING CHECKLIST
If your car is modified and your coming in for dyno tuning, please make sure you take a look at our checklist to ensure your vehicle is ready for your tuning session.
Simple, avoidable or overlooked problems can hinder your results or mean a dyno session has to be cut short.