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A Dynojet tuning link approved center is a center that has up-to-date training, the latest tuning link software and the ability to provide you with the best possible Power Commander package and Dynojet solution.

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BMW Power Commander

BMW F800GS

A full system Power Commander and KN air filter just needs one more thing to finish the job. Dyno tune and custom map. Down loading a map off the net will never give you this result.

"feel the difference"

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BMW F800GS on Workbench


BMW R1200GS

This bike has a slipon muffler and a K&N air filter. Don't be fooled by anyone who tells you the ECU will take care of your modifications and adjust the fuel according, because that's misleading advise. BMW's need tuning just like any other motorcycle. This bike was fitted with a PCV and custom mapped - just look how much better it is.

The owner reported back to say "I didn't realise just how smooth this thing is when tuned properly, and I can't believe how much more midrange it has."

You beauty!!

"feel the difference"

BMW R1200GS on Dynobike Dyno

BMW R1200GS on Dynobike Dyno

BMW R1200GS Dyno Chart

BMW R1200GS Dyno Chart


BMW K1200R Remap

So you think your BMW is smart enough to sort out any fuel changes required as a result for changing the pipe and air cleaner. Well think again.

With a Power Commander fitted and a custom map made for it, this baby now has over 148 horsepower. Before, it was lucky to produce 140.

"feel the difference"

BMW K1200R on the Dynobike Dyno

BMW K1200R on the Dynobike Dyno

BMW K1200R Dyno Chart

BMW K1200R Dyno Chart


BMW K1200R Remap II

BMW K1200R. Arrow slipon, KN air filter, and PCIII. Custom mapped and with another 8hp to play with, this bike really flies - what more could you want!

"feel the difference"

BMW K1200R on the Dynobike Dyno

BMW K1200R at Dynobike Workshop

BMW K1200R Dyno Chart

BMW K1200R Dyno Chart

"feel the difference"


F800 Remap

I reckon this has got to be one of the best medium size road bikes going at the moment, and now with a little fine tuning it really does go.

It already had a slip-on muffler fitted, but it was making it very sharp and notchy on the low end of the throttle range, so we fitted a KN filter and remapped it. Now that the bottom end problems are all gone this bike feels smooth, responsive and predictable, and is an absolute pleasure to ride.

F800 Power Commander Dyno Graph

F800 Power Commander Dyno Graph

F800 Power Commander Dyno Graph

F800 at Dynobike

"feel the difference"


F800 Remap II

BMW F800, now there's a really practical street bike with a sporty feel to it.....but not when there's a big flat spot in the mid range. PCV and custom map sure sorted that out though!

Another 15 hp at 90km will sort that out

BMW F800 on the Dyno

BMW F800 on the Dyno

F800 Power Commander Dyno Graph

F800 Power Commander Dyno Graph

"feel the difference"


R1200S Remap

BMW R1200S - a nice road bike made even nicer after a custom remap. That bottom end dip is all gone and is replaced with more power and torque everywhere.
BMW R1200S on the Dyno

BMW R1200S on the Dyno

R1200S Power Commander Dyno Chart

R1200S Power Commander Dyno Chart

"feel the difference"


BMW K1200S Remap

Who said BMW's were perfect....

Well almost, but that was before we remapped it. This one had a slip-on muffler and we fitted a pair of K&N air filters.

After it was remapped I could feel the improvement in throttle response and smoothness straight away, no more lag with this little puppy.

Check out the graphs and see for yourself - over 155hp.. eh baby!

K1200S Power Commander

K1200S Power Commander

K1200S Power Commander Dyno Graph

K1200S Power Commander Dyno Graph

K1200S on the Dyno

K1200S on the Dyno

"feel the difference"


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