Dyno Graphs

Dyno Tuning is a method used to properly gauge and tune a motor and it's components to perform at peak levels for their specific combination. The Goal of tuning is to correct certain issues an owner or operator has with their Motorcycle.

An experienced Dyno Tuner can listen to the owners complaints and verify them with the Dynamometer, and once Verified, can then move forward to correct the issue - resulting in a better tuned and better running motorcycle.


Dyno Tuning is not just for racing applications or those looking to seek higher performance levels! An experienced tuner can make a bike run smoother, more responsive, and even gain fuel economy and cooler engine temps. Currently all of today's bikes run very lean, although you may feel your bike runs well there may be room to better your bike's running condition.

Check Out Our Dyno Graphs Below

The graphs listed here are an average of the results we see for the listed application. There are many factors that influence the final hp/tq numbers you can expect for any given day, so we excluded the best graphs for most combinations.

Factors that would influence the outcome of a graph include but not limited to:

  • Weather Conditions
  • Temperatures below 58 degrees
  • Temperatures above 96 degrees
  • Tire Pressures
  • Type and brand of Tire
  • Chain or belt drive
  • Improperly adjusted throttle cables
  • Improperly Adjusted Belt/Chain
  • Bad air conditions/Contamination
  • Incorrect fueling
  • Incorrect timing curves
  • Not ideal motor combinations
  • Improperly installed components
  • Additional drag on Dyno Drum, Brake/Bearings
  • Dirty Air Cleaners
  • Differences in production tolerances and Specs
  • Bad or Faulty sensors
  • Inexperienced or phony Dyno operator

Victory Dyno Graphs

Stock Motor Graphs

Graphs with Motor Work

Big Bore & Stroker Kit Graphs

Indian Graphs