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Any mobile dyno's in area?

Just wondering if there are any mobile motorcycle dyno's in the area. Not just for base runs, but for full custom mapping?

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no, you would never want a mobile dyno to make you a custom map. They need to be fully calibrated every time they are moved. Mobile dynos are great for seeing whose bike out of the group of bikes that were just dynod put up the largest numbers hp wise, But for exact numbers they suck, and are not accurate enough.
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sounds like reallyfasttravis might be reallyslowtravis and doesn't want to drive to get it done

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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or maybe he doesn't have a way to transport his bike anywhere and cant ride it there since is cold as fuck out...

on occasion I have seen a mobile dyno at strats in Elmhurst during the summer months, they were only doing baseline/bragging rights runs though at the time, no idea if they had the ability to tune from it though
There are a few non mobile options in the area though and some can offer transportation services for your bike, not sure but I think that Chicago performance can do this...

the dynojet website also has a listing of dyno centers searchable by state

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or maybe he doesn't have a way to transport his bike anywhere and cant ride it there since is cold as fuck out...

on occasion I have seen a mobile dyno at strats in Elmhurst during the summer months, they were only doing baseline/bragging rights runs though at the time, no idea if they had the ability to tune from it though
There are a few non mobile options in the area though and some can offer transportation services for your bike, not sure but I think that Chicago performance can do this...

the dynojet website also has a listing of dyno centers searchable by state
ok mr jealousy dont let the butt hurt rub off on me cause you failed to get a women after a year and shes with someone else you should probably pay more attention to your attitude lately seems you are pushing yourself away from your little group according to a little blue bird just a thought you know

On to a serious reply now to the OP since mr social-inapt jason cant see the sarcasism you can also wait till spring and ride the bike out to performancecycledyno in harvard his name is Ion

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .

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nahh there's no butthurt, we had a relationship and it ended she moved on to someone else, not you though, heard you didn't take it well, keep clinging on though maybe it'll work out. My attitude is just fine actually just cleaning house of some false friends and assholes

and the word is inept not inapt but its ok I know your'e not used to posting your own original thoughts, its harder than the copy pasting you do with everything else.

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sounds like reallyfasttravis might be reallyslowtravis and doesn't want to drive to get it done
Is that what it sounds like to you? Weird....
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no, you would never want a mobile dyno to make you a custom map. They need to be fully calibrated every time they are moved. Mobile dynos are great for seeing whose bike out of the group of bikes that were just dynod put up the largest numbers hp wise, But for exact numbers they suck, and are not accurate enough.
Interesting. Just out of curiosity, what has to be calibrated when moving?
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nahh there's no butthurt, we had a relationship and it ended she moved on to someone else, not you though, heard you didn't take it well, keep clinging on though maybe it'll work out. My attitude is just fine actually just cleaning house of some false friends and assholes

and the word is inept not inapt but its ok I know your'e not used to posting your own original thoughts, its harder than the copy pasting you do with everything else.
LOL far from it. Tho ironically you had a little episode two weeks ago to from what I hear I could go on but its not the place I just laugh at the stuff I hear about.

BTW dont you have a weapon you need to turn in before your melt down or you shoot yourself in the foot

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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Interesting. Just out of curiosity, what has to be calibrated when moving?
The whole metal cover needs to come off the ass end of the dyno. This large bracket needs to be installed then exactly 300 pounds needs to be added onto the bracket to calibrate the load of torque sensor. Forgive me i dont recall exactly what it is called. But you have to remember that dynos arent good for comparing actual numbers. Unless of course you have a baseline from the same exact dyno, and even then the actual overall numbers are generally off. But if your going at this to get your bike tunned and to see the power curve increase then you will be just fine.
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I saw the DynoJet mobile dyno at the AMA races last weekend. Weird....
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